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dependent position (15 degree down tilt)

Japanese translation: 下垂位(ダウンチルト15度)

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English term or phrase:dependent position (15 degree down tilt)
Japanese translation:下垂位(ダウンチルト15度)
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01:53 Apr 2, 2004
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Medical - Medical (general) / surgical stocking
English term or phrase: dependent position (15 degree down tilt)
The pressure gradient that we found most effective in terms of increasing fomoral vein flow velocity was with the lower extremities placed slightly dependent position (15 degree down tilt). The higher pressures found in this study suggest that the optimal effect of most of stockings tested would be with the limbs even more dependent.
sasuke
Local time: 17:20
下垂位(ダウンチルト15度)
Explanation:
もともとはgravity dependentなのだと思いますが、dependentのみで時々使われているのを見かけます。
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BenKC
Local time: 17:20
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dependent position (15 degree down tilt)
下垂位(ダウンチルト15度)


Explanation:
もともとはgravity dependentなのだと思いますが、dependentのみで時々使われているのを見かけます。

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