RIVM

AcronymDefinition
RIVMRijksinstituut voor Volksgezondheid en Milieu (Dutch: National Institute for Health and Environment)
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The Public Health Foresight study (in Dutch: VTV) is a four-yearly publication of RIVM commissioned by the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport (VWS).
There is a phrase in the Bible which says intervening is against the will of god," Roel Coutinho, director of the RIVM Centre for Infectious Disease Control, (http://news.
Eight enteroviruses that were not typable by RIVM pool appeared from March to December.
Samples that were subsequently collected by RIVM for further WNV testing (150 in 2002, 294 in 2003, and 337 in 2004) tested negative for antibodies to WNV.
The zinc risk assessment was performed by RIVM in the same way they had made the risk assessment for the Dutch situation.
The RIVM model estimates an increase in malaria cases of several millions in the year 2100.
This is what RIVM research published in BMC Public Health has shown.
Using ultra performance liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry (UPLC-MS/MS), NSF International and RIVM scientists found DMBA in 12 of the 14 dietary supplement products analyzed (85.
Rivals include Aventis Pasteur,GlaxoSmithKline and RIVM.
The risk assessments commissioned INERIS (the French health risk evaluation unit, and RIVM (an independent Dutch agency) carried out in relation to waste collection and bird cleaning operations were handed in on March 8 to the French authorities.
RIVM has therefore developed a framework to look broader than just the harmful effects of substances.