Researchers examined participants' history of asthma and the medication they used to control their symptoms, along with any previous diagnoses of pulmonary embolism or deep vein thrombosis.
What does DVT stand for?
DVT stands for Deep Vein Thrombosis (blood clot)
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- DUB VOX Studio Services (Rolling Meadows, IL)
- Dysfunctional Voiding Symptom Score (urology)
- Dynamic Voltage Scaling for Sporadic Tasks (algorithm)
- Developmental Studies
- Digital Video Storage and Transmission (security)
- Direct Viewing Storage Tube
- Digital Video Storage Unit
- Door Vriendschap Sterk Utrecht (Dutch: Strong Friendship by Utrecht; Utrecht, Netherlands)
- Data Verification Test
- Data Visualization Tool
- Deep Venous (Vein) Thrombosis
- Design Verification and Testing
- Design Verification Test
- Development Verification Testing
- Digital Television Technology
- Digital Video Technology
- Digital Video Terminal
- Digital Video Transport (Way of transporting video data over a secure network)
- Driving Van Trailer (railway)
- Dry Valve Technology (scuba diving)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Summary: England legend Andrew Flintoff has incurred a deep vein thrombosis in his right calf following knee surgery.
Alistair Kidd, 38, a car sales executive of Steppey Lane, Lesbury, Alnwick got deep vein thrombosis after the accident on March 23 last year.
6, the guidelines aid in the diagnosis and treatment of lower extremity deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism.
Guy Caman sued Continental after he was diagnosed with Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) following a flight from Los Angeles to Paris in 2002.
Nearly half of the pregnant women (15) had developed a deep vein thrombosis during their first trimester.