During a gunfight, you won't have time to ponder the type of malfunction
you're dealing with.
Under a malfunction
theory, plaintiff may prevail on a strict liability claim without having to prove a specific product defect.
Therefore, we recommend that patients with catheter malfunction
be treated primarily with a laparoscopic procedure.
For a test system with periodic malfunctions
, it is directly related to the frequency of QC events.
A functional malfunction
prevents the onsite system from operating as planned or designed; the term covers malfunctions
that impair the proper functioning of the system.
was directly responsible for deaths in 30 pacemaker patients and 31 ICD patients.
have resulted in government recalls (advisories) of some ICDs, prompting some patients and their physicians to choose device replacement as a solution.
occurs when impact to the exterior of the AED20 causes an internal electrical short, resulting in failure to analyze the patient's heart function.
Number one says it's an unwanted brief surge of electric power; the second says it's a malfunction
in a spacecraft's fuel cell; and the third says it's a malfunction
, a minor technical problem.
In their quest for a more representative model of PD, McNaught and colleagues took note of recent evidence that malfunction
of the ubiquitin-proteasome system is a central factor in both the rare hereditary and common sporadic forms of PD.
Many more express concern that most touch-screen systems do not produce a "paper trail" of votes in case of electronic malfunction
said Monday a malfunction
at its business ally's Internet facilities prevented 16,000 subscribers from using its ''OCN'' Internet and Internet-based IP phone services.
And, since it works so well, you never practice malfunction
A recent malfunction
on a jack-up rig owned by Parker Drilling, Houston, resulted in 41 crew members having to be rescued.