نتایج جستجو برای Trouser

تعداد نتایج: 55  

2015
Shinsuke Konno, Yoshitaka Nakamura, Yoh Shiraishi, Osamu Takahashi,

Recently, to reduce the inconvenience caused by authentication operations in portable terminals, various authentication methods based on behavior characteristics have been studied. Gait-based authentication is one of them. This authentication method identifies individuals based on walking motions measured by wearable sensors such as acceleration sensors. This study aims to improve the authentic...

Journal: :The European respiratory journal 1994
A M Lorino, F Lofaso, H Lorino, A Harf,

Inflation of the leg compartments of pneumatic trousers increases thoracic blood volume. The resultant response in respiratory impedence was investigated in nine normal volunteers, and compared with the response to increasing doses of inhaled carbachol. Respiratory impedance was measured by the forced oscillation technique (4-32 Hz), and respiratory resistance at zero frequency (R0) was extrapo...

Journal: :Journal of applied physiology 1998
J R Halliwill, L A Lawler, T J Eickhoff, M J Joyner, S L Mulvagh,

Lower body negative pressure is frequently used to simulate orthostasis. Prior data suggest that venous pooling in abdominal or pelvic regions may have major hemodynamic consequences. Therefore, we developed a simple paradigm for assessing regional contributions to venous pooling during lower body negative pressure. Sixteen healthy men and women underwent graded lower body negative pressure pro...

Journal: :Wilderness & environmental medicine 2017
Blake W Bequette, John F Kragh, James K Aden, Michael A Dubick,

OBJECTIVE The purpose of the present study is to compare several models of commercially designed belts as used as a tourniquet. METHODS In the Belts Evaluated as Limb Tourniquets (BELT) study, an experiment was designed to test the effectiveness of pants belts as nonimprovised medical devices to control hemorrhage in a manikin. Models of belts included Tourni-belt, Tourniquet Belt, ParaBelt, ...

2012

Introduction Thin polymer fi lms are fi nding increasing interest in biological sciences and semiconductor packaging, along with their popular application as packaging materials. Researchers also show interest in studying mechanical stresses and fracture behavior in soft biological materials [1, 2]. In many of these applications, the fi lms need to experience severe mechanical stresses during h...

Journal: :American journal of epidemiology 2011
Laura A E Hughes, Colinda C J M Simons, Piet A van den Brandt, R Alexandra Goldbohm, Manon van Engeland, Matty P Weijenberg,

A large body size may differentially influence risk of colorectal cancer (CRC) by anatomic location. The Netherlands Cohort Study includes 120,852 men and women aged 55-69 years who self-reported weight, height, and trouser/skirt size at baseline (1986), as well as weight at age 20 years. Derived variables included body mass index (BMI; weight (kg)/height (m)(2)), BMI at age 20 years, and BMI c...

Journal: :Chest 1994
J P Mira, J E Fabre, F Baigorri, J Coste, G Annat, A Artigas, G Nitenberg, J F Dhainaut,

BACKGROUND During severe sepsis, the existence of a pathologic oxygen supply dependency remains controversial. STUDY OBJECTIVE To evaluate the relationship between oxygen delivery (DO2) and oxygen consumption (VO2) during severe sepsis and to compare, in this respect, survivors and nonsurvivors and patients with normal or increased concentration of plasma lactate. STUDY DESIGN Cohort analyt...

2011
Laura A. E. Hughes, Colinda C. J. M. Simons, Piet A. van den Brandt, R. Alexandra Goldbohm, Manon van Engeland, Matty P. Weijenberg,

A large body size may differentially influence risk of colorectal cancer (CRC) by anatomic location. The Netherlands Cohort Study includes 120,852 men and women aged 55–69 years who self-reported weight, height, and trouser/skirt size at baseline (1986), as well as weight at age 20 years. Derived variables included body mass index (BMI; weight (kg)/height (m)), BMI at age 20 years, and BMI chan...

Journal: :British journal of psychology 2017
Daniel J Gurney, Neil Howlett, Karen Pine, Megan Tracey, Rachel Moggridge,

Individuals often receive judgements from others based on their clothing and their posture. While both of these factors have been found to influence judgements of competency independently, their relative importance in impression formation is yet to be investigated. We address this by examining interactive effects of posture and clothing on four competency measures: confidence, professionalism, ...

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