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INFInformation (File Name Extension)
INFInterferon
INFInfinitive (linguistics)
INFIf-Then-Else Normal Form
INFIndustry Negative File
INFInland Navigation Facility
INFInternational Nepal Fellowship (est. 1952)
INFInterface
INFInfantry
INFInfimum (greatest lower bound)
INFInfiltration
INFInterference
INFIntermediate-Range Nuclear Forces
INFInternational Naturist Federation
INFIrradiated Nuclear Fuel
INFInfinity
INFItem Not Found
INFIron Fists (Delta Force Squadron)
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Mitra also visited Badami Bagh Cantonment where he was briefed by Lieutenant General AK Bhatt, Chinar Corps Commander about the Counter Infiltration and Counter-Terrorism Grids functional in the Valley.
The ivWatch Model 400 constantly monitors a patients peripheral IV for proof of infiltrations and extravasations.
On Thursday, two infiltration bids were foiled in Uri and Machil sectors, in which three terrorists and a jawan were killed.
P1 = Expected Prevalence of infiltration of NHL with bone marrow=12.
Peripheral IVs are one of the most common invasive medical procedures performed with over 150m IV catheters placed in the Unites States annually, yet current medical reports peg the failure rate of IVs in excess of 20% due to infiltrations.
Infiltration is caused by difference in internal and external pressures of the building.
The water infiltration in to the soil can be measured at the field or estimated by mathematical models, which can be empirical or theoretical physically based.
He said sealing of the borders with Bangladesh and completion of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) will be his government's priority to put an end to infiltration.
At our institution, the degree of fatty infiltration has the greatest impact on the management for patients with large or massive tears of the rotator cuff tendons.
Local infiltration anaesthesia in day-care settings has been associated with shorter hospital stay and less urinary retention, thus reducing costs.
One he called "casual infiltration" and the other "network and current-led infiltration.