CAVAL


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CAVALCooperative Action by Victorian Academic Libraries (Australia)
CAVALCoopérative Agricole Vienne-Anjou-Loire (French: Agricultural Cooperative Vienne-Anjou-Loire)
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Risks associated with IVCF placement include DVT, postthrombotic syndrome, maldeployed filter, caval thrombosis, retroperitoneal hemorrhage, malposition, filter migration, arrhythmia, insertion site complications (such as infection or hematoma), PE, myocardial infarction, and death.
Placement of an inferior vena caval filter is reserved for patients with a contraindication to anticoagulation; a serious complication of anticoagulation, or recurrent thromboembolism despite adequate anticoagulation.
The most recent quarter's sales were reduced by the translation to US dollars of results denonominated in foreign currencies and by two additional factors: the absence of contribution from Chromalloy units transferred to joint ventures during 2000 and now treated as equity investments; and one less month's input from the now-divested Caval Tool operation.
Los sonados casos Penta y Caval, con todas sus aristas, evidencian una marana de financiamientos bajo el agua a partidos de todo signo y movilizaron a los chilenos a tal grado que incluso la mandataria Michelle Bachelet sugirio la posibilidad de renunciar, en tanto que algunos analistas hablan ya de la necesidad de un nuevo congreso constituyente.
Caval Ridge is the BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance's (BMA) eighth operation in the region and will initially produce up to 5.
An open right radical nephrectomy, caval thrombectomy, resection of the vena cava and retroperitoneal lymph node dissection were preformed.
The continued ramp up of this mine and the future commissioning of Caval Ridge will underpin an expected increase in the capacity of our Queensland Coal business to 66 million mtpy by the end of the 2014 year.
The CP stent-short, long, covered-for the treatment of aortic coarctation, stenosis of pulmonary arteries and caval veins, and Fontan anastomosis in children and adults: an evaluation of 60 stents in 53 patients.
A standard median sternotomy was performed and cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) was immediately established with an aortic arterial and two separate caval cannulas.
5 years, only one incident of late caval thrombosis was documented.