(1) The experimental rats and the appropriate controls were examined electrophysiologically for motor and sensory conduction velocities (MCV and SCV), and for the amplitude of the sensory action potential (ASAP) of the tail nerve, at weekly or bi-weekly intervals.
(2) Sensory conduction velocity (SCV) and aSAP amplitude were considered in S1-S2, S2-S3 and S3-R segments.
(3) The MCV, SCV and ASAP were studied in one control group (10 rats) and three groups of 12 rats exposed to 500, 700 or 900 ppm DEB mixture for 6 h daily, 5 days per week, for 18 weeks.
(4) 5.32pm text from Adam Smith will call asap 7.24pm Michel to James Murdoch As agreed on the call, I have managed to get JH quickly before he went in to see Swan Lake - and have further chat.
(5) The use of ASAP resulted in good sperm velocity and linearity and improved sperm function, as measured with the hamster egg penetration test.
(6) In the same group of patients and controls, median nerve antidromic sensory action potential (aSAP) was detected intraoperatively stimulating proximally (S1), in the center (S2), and distally (S3) to the carpal tunnel and recording from the third finger (R).
(7) "But if Chile wins he should flee the country ASAP."
(8) New details have emerged revealing that the German GP who killed a patient accidentally during his first shift in the UK was told to go back to Germany "asap" by his locum employment agency.
(9) We’ve actually still got quite a lot of them just sitting at Kurupt FM so if anyone wants one please get in contact cos we do need to get rid of them ASAP and hopefully break even.
(10) I’ll work hard on my recovery and hope to be back on the pitch asap.
(11) More to die if not heli[copter] asap.” Alex Gavan (@AlexGAVAN) Huge disaster.Helped searched and rescued victims through huge debris area.Many dead.Much more badly injured.More to die if not heli asap.
(12) For one blended family you will need: a parent, preferably fresh from a particularly acrimonious divorce; a step-parent, who may or may not like kids and may or may not have any idea what they've got themselves into; and any number of children, all on a spectrum from "mildly irritating" right through to "determined to turn your delicately blended family into unrecognisable sludge, ASAP".
(13) Agency follow-up contacts were made for those individuals referred by ASAP to extended substance abuse treatment, with information limited to whether or not the client contacted the designated referral resource.
(14) The Assaulted Staff Action Program (ASAP), a voluntary program, offers support to staff victims of patient assaults in a state mental hospital.
(15) This paper reports an outcome evaluation and needs assessment conducted by the AIDS and Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) of the San Francisco AIDS Health Project.
(16) If that is not available that is a very serious situation that must be remedied ASAP.” Dr Alan Woodall, an out-of-hours GP in England and a GP partner in Wales, told Pulse: “The pressures on the out-of-hours service are approaching critical.
(17) For his ongoing mental health I support the move and hope something can be arranged ASAP.” And on 20 November, Chegeni’s case manager wrote again that his presentation was “erratic”, his train of thought illogical and his sentences unintelligible.
(18) The performance of four automated biopsy devices (Bard Biopty, Bard Monopty, Microvasive ASAP 18, Medical Device Technologies Ultra-Cut) was compared when they were used to obtain 96 liver and 96 kidney samples from eight dogs under ultrasound guidance.
(19) In seven families, ASAp showed a codominant mode of inheritance with ASA+.
(20) I told him to go home to Germany asap and if he needed to, he could call me any time".
(adv.) At the present time; at this moment; at the time of speaking; instantly; as, I will write now.
(adv.) Very lately; not long ago.
(adv.) At a time contemporaneous with something spoken of or contemplated; at a particular time referred to.
(adv.) In present circumstances; things being as they are; -- hence, used as a connective particle, to introduce an inference or an explanation.