desaturation

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desaturation

(diːˌsætʃəˈreɪʃən)
n
(General Physics) physics the addition of white light to a pure colour to produce a paler less saturated colour
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It's clear now that patients benefit from home oxygen if they are severely hypoxemic while sitting on the couch watching TV, but not if they desaturate only when they get up and walk around, or come into the clinic to exercise.
Click on it to make it active, then go to your image and click and drag down on the green patch to desaturate.
She also used Nik Colour Efex Pro software to desaturate the colours.
But when exposed to high negative pressure over sustained periods, regular piezometers will desaturate, says Hughes, which puts them out of action.
A lot of the way the clouds are in the movie are straight out of his photos - desaturate everything and add a stroke of color.
The app lets you edit digital photos on your iPhone or iPod touch- you can crop, straighten, sharpen, desaturate, adjust brightness, contrast and the color temperature of your photos, and even also add text bubbles.
After using software (in this case iPhoto) to totally desaturate (remove color) from a photo (either taken against a white background or isolated using PhotoShop), we added dotted lines to guide cutting around the tails and antennae, and "pasted" four life-size images into a Word document.
Careful titration of propofol and volatiles were monitored as gorillas can desaturate very quickly.
If you have OSA, you can either wake up or you can desaturate," she explained.
no oxygen for patients whose oxygenation is normal at rest but who desaturate with exercise.
Pilots will desaturate quicker as altitude increases, but resaturation of the blood once O2 is introduced usually happens in two minutes or less up to 20,000 feet.