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We did not find activity effects on half time to recovery.
The mean time to recovery shows how long it takes until a failed array is back to its normal state.
The half time to recovery of blood flow was not different between the active and inactive groups.
A more useful maintenance contract measure is the maximum time to recovery which can be easily measured and the supplier held accountable.
The prolonged half time to recovery in the older subjects is likely related to a reduced vascular reactivity associated with increased cardiovascular disease risk.
In addition, the older subjects had evidence of reduced vascular reactivity, as measured by prolonged half time to recovery, independent of activity status.
Mean time to recovery (MTTR) is the average time that a device will take to recover from any failure.
Half time to recovery was determined as the time where blood flow dropped to one half the magnitudes between maximum flow and resting flow values.
Thus, maximal flow capacity and the half time to recovery of blood flow are influenced by different mechanisms in young and older active and inactive subjects.
An interesting finding in this study was that the half time to recovery of blood flow was prolonged ( 28%) in the older compared to young subjects, independent of activity status.
Oral antibiotics such as trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole (TMP/SMX), cephalosporins, nitrofurantoin, or a fluoroquinolone will shorten the time to recovery.
In cases of rhabdomyolysis, which is the rapid breakdown of muscle fibers, time to recovery is dependent on duration and intensity of original activity plus any excess activity during the recovery period.
Under balanced anesthesia, the time to recovery to 25% of control (clinical duration) is approximately 25 to 40 minutes after injection and recovery is usually 95% complete approximately 45 to 65 minutes after injection of intubating dose.
The authors, one of whom has received grant support and consulting fees from several pharmaceutical companies, found that the median time to recovery for the patients in long-term therapy was 169 days, compared with 279 days for those who received the brief treatment.
Cambridge Professor of history Nicholas Fenton, in the England of 1925, makes a bargain with the devil and is sent back in time to Restoration London in 1675 to solve a murder that is about to take place, in the body of Sir Nick Fenton.