The president is in a stationary situation in relation to that described in the most recent report informing about the respiratory insufficiency that comandante Chavez faces as a consequence of a pulmonary infection," said Information Minister Ernesto Villegas in a televised statement.
What does PI stand for?
PI stands for Pulmonary Infection (lungs)
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We have 126 other meanings of PI in our Acronym Attic
- Proteasome Inhibitor (drugs)
- Protocol Interpreter
- Provider Independent (IP address space assigned by IANA)
- Proyectos Industriales
- Psicología Integrada (Portugese)
- Psykoterapiinstitut (Stockholm, Sweden)
- Public Information
- Public Intoxication (law enforcement)
- Public Involvement (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Sections address normal thoracic anatomy, developmental anomalies, airways disease, atelectasis, pulmonary infections and aspiration pneumonia, neoplastic disease, thoracic trauma, diffuse lung disease, occupational lung disease, adult cardiovascular disease, abnormalities of the mediastinum, and pleura, chest wall, and diaphragm.
According to Qaffari, the outcomes of the research work are as follows: preparation of inhalation dosage form of amikacin (nanoparticles), lowered toxicity of the drug in kidneys, increased pulmonary concentration of the drug, design of a more effective drug which decreases required injection times, preparation of noninvasive form of amikacin and improved chance of curing pulmonary infections like cystic fibrosis.
Coverage includes, for example, radiologic manifestations of lung disease, developmental lung disease, pulmonary infection, the immunocompromised patient, pulmonary neoplasms, lymphoproliferative disorders and leukemia, interstitial lung diseases, connective tissue diseases, vascultitis and granulomatosis, and eosinophilic lung diseases--to name about half the chapters.
MAC was the most common cause of pulmonary infection (n = 342, 40.
These include evidence grades and levels and a clinical pulmonary infection score.