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ABC (medicine)

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ABC and its variations are initialism mnemonics for essential steps used by both medical professionals and lay persons (such as first aiders) when dealing with a patient. In its original form it sta...

Artificial circulation - definition of artificial circulation by The Free ...

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Movement in a circle or circuit, especially the movement of blood through bodily vessels as a result of the heart's pumping action. 2. a. Movement or passage ...

Artificial Respiration and Artificial Circulation

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Artificial Respiration and Artificial Circulation. Training Experiences—Principles and Practice of Emergency Resuscitation and Post-Resuscitation Care.

Artificial circulation

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Artificial circulation - maintenance of circulation in the body with the help of special devices.

Some ecological effects of artificial circulation on the phytoplankton ...

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Artificial circulation stimulated development of algae characterized by ... lakes artificial destratificationaerationrecultivation techniquesphytoplanktonalgae.

Evaluation of Aeration/Circulation as a Lake Restoration Technique

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ABSTRACT Artificial circulation and hypolimnetic aeration are management techniques for oxygenating eutrophic lakes subject to water quality problems, algal ...

An Experiment in the Artificial Circulation of a Small Michigan Lake

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Artificial Circulation o] a Lake. 223 large number of lakes are suitable for trout in temperature and in the amount of dissolved oxygen. Certain of these lakes are ...

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dates in 1989, compares to the two non-circulation years (1986 and. 1987) as ... occurrences are related to the artificial circulation of the lake. (KEY TERMS: ...

THE EFFECTS OF ARTIFICIAL CIRCULATION ON A ...

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Abstract. ABSTRACT: Crystal Lake, a small urban lake in Robbinsdale, MN, had been artificially circulated for 12 years before a detailed water quality evaluation  ...

THE EFFECTS OF ARTIFICIAL CIRCULATION ON A SMALL ...

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Abstract. ABSTRACT: Artificial circulation was applied at East Sidney Lake, a small, eutrophic impoundment in New York, to improve the water quality of the ...

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Artificial circulation | definition of artificial circulation by Medical ...

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cir·cu·la·tion. (ser'kyū-lā'shŭn),. Movements in a circle, or through a circular course, or through a course that leads back to the same point; usually referring to  ...

Artificial Circulation and Aeration

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ARTIFICIAL CIRCULATION AND AERATION. Massachusetts Nonpoint Source Pollution Management. Artificial Circulation: Whole lake artificial circulation ...

Lake Aeration and Circulation Lake Notes - Illinois Environmental ...

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Artificial Circulation Systems. Lakes get much of their oxygen from the atmosphere through a process called diffusion. Artificial circulation increases a lake's ...