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Volumetric Infusion Pump
- (Infusion Pumps) Small, preloaded mechanical devices used to continuously administer intravenous chemotherapy over a designated period of time.
- (INFUSION PUMPS) Pumps for giving fluid or medication into your vein at a specific rate or over a set amount of time.
- An infusion pump infuses fluids, medication or nutrients into a patient's circulatory system. It is generally used intravenously, although subcutaneous, arterial and epidural infusions are occasionally used.
- (of chemical analysis) Based on measuring the volumes of reagents, esp. by titration
- pertaining to geometric volume of an object.
- Of or relating to the measurement of volume
- of or relating to measurement by volume; "volumetric analysis"
- Volume is how much three-dimensional space a substance (solid, liquid, gas, or plasma) or shape occupies or contains, often quantified numerically using the SI derived unit, the cubic metre. The volume of a container is generally understood to be the capacity of the container, i. e.
volumetric infusion pump - The Volumetrics
The Volumetrics Weight-Control Plan : Feel Full on Fewer Calories
Diet and nutrition expert Dr. Barbara Rolls and award-winning journalist Robert A. Barnett deliver a scientifically based plan that gives everyone what they've always wanted: a way to lose weight while still feeling satisfied. Emphasizing the difference between high-energy dense foods (including pretzels and other low-fat snack foods that are easy to overeat) and low-energy dense foods (like fruits and vegetables, soups and smoothies, which have a higher water content), Rolls and Barnett show readers how to increase food volume without adding calories. This is the core concept in a book that offers a systematic new approach to weight control based on the science of satiety, the study of hunger, and its satisfaction. Effective and easy, here, at last, is a real lifetime approach to eating healthy fully!
Do you overeat because you don't feel satisfied or full? Volumetrics is based on "the science of satiety"--what researchers have learned about the food choices that make people feel full. The authors teach you how to eat low-calorie-dense, high-volume foods so that you feel like you've eaten plenty, even though you've eaten fewer calories. You'll lose weight without feeling hungry or deprived.
Here's an example of how volume affects eating. Raisins are dried grapes. But 100 calories of raisins fill only one-quarter cup, while 100 calories of fresh, whole grapes fill one and two-thirds cups. You'll feel satisfied after one and two-thirds cups of grapes, but if you're eating raisins, you're likely to keep filling your mouth. The point is not to stop eating raisins (or chocolate, cheese, or other high-calorie, low-volume foods), but to realize that you're likely to take in many more calories before your body tells you you're full. If you're trying to manage your weight, eating more low-density foods (lower-calorie foods that have a lot of volume) will make you feel full while you drop pounds.
Barbara Rolls, a respected and well-published food-nutrition researcher at Pennsylvania State University, and food writer Robert Barnett explain energy density and how to use this concept to lose weight. They include the scientific evidence about how low-density (low-calorie, high-volume) foods make you feel satisfied, the best (and worst) foods for a satisfying, lower-calorie diet, a menu plan, an exercise plan, and environmental influences on eating. You also learn which foods are easiest to overeat. This is not a fad diet--it is logical and scientifically based, yet easy to understand and put into action. --Joan Price
infusion set and day old scar
Quickset infusion set for subcutaneous insulin infusion by pump for Type 1 Diabetes. On the Right is a small red dot, the scar from yesterday's change of set. The dot will be gone in a day or two.
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These 1L PYREX economy flasks are designed for those that do not require the precision accuracy of our Class A capacity flasks. Capacity tolerances are twice those specified for Class A volumetric ware. The graduation line is sharp and permanent; large white block letters make inscriptions easy to read. Supplied with No. 22 standard taper glass stopper. Material: borosilicate glass code 7740. Capacity: 1000mL. Flask style: volumetric. Flask shape: flat bottom. Top style: standard taper stopper. Neck style: long. Flask feature: economy. Accuracy class: Class B. Tolerance: +/-0.6mL. Standard taper stopper number: No. 22. Height: 342mm. Outer diameter: 125mm. Corning #: 5641-1L.