‘Some studies have started unipolar patients on 800 mg or 1600 mg per day,’ he said.
As the majority of commercially available bronchoscopes are not electrically grounded, the bronchoscopist risks becoming the grounding electrode should the unipolar probe tip touch the scope while the current is on.
And we will reap a whirlwind if we push the Americans into a unilateralist position in which they are the centre of this unipolar world.
The Cold War was a bipolar world; the 21st century world is-for the moment, at least-decidedly unipolar , with America as the world's ‘sole superpower.’
The surgeon uses unipolar or bipolar electrosurgery to place a midline anterosuperior mark on the inner perichondrium.
In a unipolar world dominated by one sovereign nation-state - since 199o, the United States - the UN could function effectively only when it followed the lead of the United States.
An additional 5% have severe depressions only sometimes called unipolar disease.
However, recent data suggest that a sizable portion of patients with unipolar depression do not experience full therapeutic recovery.
Those located in sensory ganglia are unipolar , whereas those in autonomic ganglia are multipolar.
The scrub person and circulating nurse attach the camera and light source to the thoracoscope and the unipolar and bipolar cords to the electrosurgical unit.