CPPS

AcronymDefinition
CPPSCertified Professional in Patient Safety
CPPSChronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (associated with prostatitis)
CPPSComisión Permanente del Pacífico Sur (Permanent Commission for the South Pacific)
CPPSCertified Professional Pet Sitter
CPPSClub Penguin Private Server (gaming)
CPPSSociety of the Precious Blood (religious order)
CPPSCenter for Personal Protection and Safety (Spokane, Washington)
CPPSCommunity Probation and Psychological Services (New Zealand)
CPPSCertified Professional Property Specialist
CPPSClose Personal Protection Specialist (bodyguard)
CPPSComputer Program Performance Specification
CPPSCritical Path Planning & Scheduling
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At a meeting of the county council's family and children's services committee, senior manager Alan Hartwell, explained that the number of CPPs was relatively low in March 2017 before doubling by the end of last year.
Caption: Elizabeth Hassan, MSN, RN, CPPS ANA-Vermont Vice President
He also claimed he was a political officer of three party-list congressmen from Bayan Muna, Anakpawis and ACT-Teachers, and that the three were just fronts of the CPP.
Randa Clark, CPPS; Tailchasers Incorporated; Lake Barrington, Illinois
President Site Association of Industry Saleem Parekh on Tuesday said the SSGCL issued gas closure notices to units with CPPs during winter without realising the share of industrial sector of Karachi which contributes 30 per cent to the country's overall exports.
When CPPs are not identified in the original submission, FDA has asked numerous questions regarding the manufacturing process, impact of variabilities in the CMAs and process parameters, control strategy based on these variabilities, basis of verification of the ranges proposed for the process parameters and the link between the variability of any of the process parameters and CQAs.
Suo motu proceedings had been started by Nepra for establishing upfront tariff for short-term usage of available generation capacity from CPPs on gas.
Increased extracellular phosphate is toxic to endothelial cells, promotes the formation of CPPs, and induces VSMC transformation to osteogenic phenotype.
Components of CPPs. CPPs consisting of mineral and fetuin-A and matrix GLA protein (Mgp) at 18%, 80%, and 2%, respectively, were first discovered in the blood of rats treated with alendronate [7].
Meanwhile, a number of wireless sensors are installed on CPPs of the components to measure the distances, which provide support for calculating the R-P&O.
The CPPs are defined by a process subject matter expert who has knowledge of what process variables most significantly affect the final output specifications.
Gandhi, MD, MPH, CPPS, NPSF president and CEO, says she and NPSF staff are equally excited about the merger.