CARDIS

AcronymDefinition
CARDISSmart Card Research and Advanced Application Conference
CARDISCargo Data Interchange System
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A team of researchers and commercial partners working on the EU-funded CARDIS project have developed a prototype point-of-care device based on silicon photonics, which could allow patients to be screened for cardiovascular diseases at their GP's practice.
In the Horizon 2020 project CARDIS, imec, Medtronic, and 7 other partners, have developed a prototype mobile, low- cost, point-of-care screening device for CVD.
As we're on the brink of truly wintry weather, now's the perfect time to embrace the cardi comeback.
OWLS ON everything from cushions to cardis, the wise old bird is the motif for autumn/winter.
Broken out into seven theme based collections, A/W range includes ever loved and classic Nehru Jackets, trench coats, blazer, coats, track suits (woven as well as knitted), sweatshirts, pashmina and cashmere shawls, dresses, tunics, shrugs, cardis etc, available for man and woman.
(2009), the subjects who lived in an area with naturally high background radiation received average radiation doses 8 times greater than the average occupational doses reported by Cardis et al.
The dreaded cardis. Rows upon rows of horrid trousers.
The Ladykillers (C4, 1.20pm) One minute it's hot enough to discard cardis, the next it's chucking it down with freezing rain and hail.
MUST-HAVES: Bright jeans, cotton dresses in sweet florals, long cardis and ballerina flats.
Elisabeth Cardis, leader of the Interphone Study, said an increased risk of brain tumours, known as gliomas, was seen in the 20 per cent of users with the highest exposure to radio-frequency emissions.
'Estimation of RF energy absorbed in the brain from mobile phones in the Interphone study' (Cardis et al., Occupational and Environmental Medicine, in press)