biphasic


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bi·pha·sic

 (bī′fā′zĭk)
adj.
Having two distinct phases: a biphasic waveform; a biphasic response to a stimulus.

biphasic

(baɪˈfeɪzɪk)
adj
1. having two phases
2. (Electrical Engineering) See two-phase
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biphasic

adj (pharm) bifásico
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Tenders are invited for Pvms 011764 insulin premixed biphasic 40 iu per ml(30 percent human neutral plus 70 percent human isophane insulin 10 ml inj
Keywords: Insulin biphasic aspart (BIAsp), Biphasic lispro (LisproMix), Insulin degludec aspart (IDegAsp), Insulin detemir.
Morphologically, 20 patients (53%) were diagnosed as papular amyloidosis (Figure 1), 11 (29%) as macular (Figure 2) and 7 (18%) as biphasic.
4) Histologically, synovial sarcoma is organized into 4 broad categories by the proportion of epithelial to spindle cells: (1) biphasic type with varying degrees of epithelial and spindle cell components; (2) monophasic fibrous type, consisting solely of spindle cells; (3) monophasic epithelial type, consisting of predominantly epithelial cells with only scant spindle cell populations present; and (4) poorly differentiated type, which can resemble a small round cell tumor, a large-cell/epithelioid tumor, or a spindle cell tumor with high-grade nuclear features, high mitotic activity, and areas of necrosis.
Intrinsically Stretchable Biphasic (Solid-Liquid) Thin Metal Films"
The biphasic (mixed) subtype is the second most common histologic type accounting for 20-35% of all malignant pleural mesotheliomas (MPM).
Hepatic veins show normal triphasic waveform (type I) with two hepatofugal and one hepatopetal (retrograde) velocity peaks and abnormal biphasic waveform (Type II) without retrograde flow phase and without reduced oscillation, biphasic with reduced oscillation (type III) and flat (monophasic) waveform ( type IV).
Their retrospective study found that of 484 children who came to the emergency department for anaphylaxis, 15% developed a biphasic reaction.
Today, the most well-known, well-studied, and widely-used biphasic probiotics are from the bacillus species, particularly bacillus subtilis, bacillus clausii, bacillus licheniformis and bacillus coagulans.
Ruthenium catalyst has been used in homogeneous and biphasic media in hydrogenation reactions of unsaturated substrates, showing high conversion rates [11,12].
3-5) It has been shown that HPV in the rabbit isolated perfused lung and isolated rat artery rings is biphasic with acute and sustained phases.
Histology of the mass and the left tonsil revealed epithelioid and sarcomatoid elements consistent with a biphasic tumor and a diagnosis of synovial sarcoma (figure 3).