We are now attending the outpatient department where we are met with smiling faces and special thanks go to Julie, tissue viability nurse, and Kate, diabetic specialist nurse.
What does TVN stand for?
TVN stands for Tissue Viability Nurse
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 24 other meanings of TVN in our Acronym Attic
- Track Veterinarian Medicines Trading (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
- Truck-Vehicle Miles Traveled
- Tobacco Vein Mottling Virus
- Three Valleys Municipal Water District (Claremont, CA)
- Nara TV Co., Ltd. (Japan)
- Televisión Nacional de Chile (Chilean official TV network)
- Televisora Nacional (Panamanian TV Network)
- Telewizja Nowa (Polish TV network)
- Tennis Vereniging Neerkant (Neerkant, Netherlands)
- The Video Network
- Total Volatile Nitrogen
- Television News Archive (Vanderbilt University; Tennessee)
- Tissue Viability Nurses Association
- Tenughat Vidyut Nigam Limited (India)
- Trefpunt Voor Nieuwe Richtingen (Dutch: Meeting for New Directions)
- Tachycardie Ventriculaire Non Soutenue (French: Nonsustained Ventricular Tachycardia; cardiology)
- Taquicardia Ventricular No Sostenida (Spanish: Ventricular Tachycardia Not Sustained)
- Taxi Voordelig Naar Schiphol (Dutch: Affordable Taxi to Schiphol; Amsterdam, Netherlands)
- Takes Virtually No Space In Your Backpack
- Treasure Valley Near Space Program, Inc. (Idaho)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Obesity is strongly associated with the risk of developing an infection and increases the more overweight the woman is, said Lindsey Bullough, who is a Tissue Viability Nurse.
Shaun's stepmother Maria Hughes, a tissue viability nurse had said: "Shaun was weeks away from death so we feel very blessed to have him, although at the current time he is poorly following the third cycle of chemotherapy.
Honey has been used in healing for centuries but now new products on the market have overcome the problems associated with using conventional honey and bring the use of honey into a modern healthcare setting," the Telegraph quoted Kate Purser, tissue viability nurse specialist, as saying.
In her native United Kingdom, she was known as a tissue viability nurse.
We are delighted to have received marketing authorization for POSiFECT, and can now begin to provide this pioneering therapeutic option to tissue viability nurses (TVNs) throughout the UK for the care of their patients," said Rafael Andino, president of Biofisica.
And Lynn Birchill, tissue viability nurse at the hospital said: "There is no way we'd use the treatment if the patient disagreed.
Lesley Thorne, a British Tissue Viability Nurse at the Manchester Royal Infirmary describes the daily reality for chronic wound sufferers: "It is terrible for these patients.