This includes implementation of the Hybrid Maze procedure, a less invasive surgery to treat complex atrial fibrillation that combines the expertise of cardiac surgeons and electrophysiologists; * Recognized as having one of the broadest and deepest peripheral vascular disease programs in Northern California, with approximately 500 procedures conducted each year; * Preparing to open a comprehensive wound care center in the first quarter of 2012 that will provide a full continuum of care for vascular disease and early intervention for preventative care.
What does VDP stand for?
VDP stands for Vascular Disease Program
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We have 86 other meanings of VDP in our Acronym Attic
- Virtual Datacenter Operating System
- Variable Displacement Orifice Tube (car part)
- Virginia Department of Transportation
- Virginia Department of Transportation, Chantilly
- St. Vincent de Paul
- Vaccine Damage Payment (UK)
- Valiant Defender's Party
- Van der Pol (equation)
- Variable Data Printing
- Variable Data Publishing
- Vava'u Development Programme (EU)
- Vehicle Deadlined for Parts
- Vehicle Description Page (sales)
- Vehicle Development Process
- Vehicle Down for Parts
- Vendor Direct Program
- Verband Deutscher Papierfabriken (German: Association of German Paper Mills)
- Verband Deutscher Pfandbriefbanken
- Verband Deutscher Prädikatsweingüter eV (Association of German Prädikat Wine Estates)
- Verband Deutscher Puppentheater (German: German Puppet Theater Association)
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AVI licensed its vascular disease program to the Cook Group Inc.
This data shows that Remodulin appears safe in patients with cirrhosis- related pulmonary arterial hypertension without significant alterations in liver function and thus may offer a unique advantage over other approved pulmonary hypertension drugs for treatment of these patients," said lead author Ray Benza, MD, Director, Pulmonary Vascular Disease Program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.