CVD


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CVDCerebrovascular Disease
CVDChemical Vapor Deposition
CVDCardiovascular Disease
CVDCountervailing Duty (International Trade)
CVDChef Vom Dienst (German: Chief of Service)
CVDCongressional Visits Day
CVDCamp Verde (Amtrak station code; Camp Verde, AZ)
CVDChina Video Disc
CVDCard Verification Digits
CVDCompact Video Disc
CVDCard Verification Data
CVDCrystal Violet Dye (biological stain)
CVDCallendar-Van Dusen (equation)
CVDComité Villageois de Développement (French: Village Development Committee)
CVDCentralized Virtual Desktop
CVDCenter for Voting and Democracy
CVDCoordinated Vulnerability Disclosure (technology policy; Microsoft)
CVDCercle de la Voile de Dakar (French sailing association)
CVDCognitive Visual Dysfunction
CVDCambodian Vision in Development
CVDCome Volevasi Dimostrare
CVDCentrum Voor Dienstverlening
CVDCasper Van Dien (actor)
CVDConstant Velocity Drive
CVDCarte Virtuelle Dynamique (French: Dynamic Virtual Card)
CVDCold Vacuum Drying
CVDCentralized Virtual Device
CVDContinuous Variable Discharge
CVDClear Voice Detection
CVDCompact Video Disk
CVDCivil District Court
CVDChinese Video Disk
CVDCard Verification Device
CVDConvention and Visitor Development
CVDCentrum Voor Didactiek
CVDCastro Valley DeMolay (International Order of DeMolay)
CVDCar Vs. Driver (band)
CVDColor Vision Deviant
CVDCab View Driver (train driving simulation)
CVDCardiac Valvular Dysplasia, X-Linked
CVDConsumer Value Direct
CVDCavity Drain
CVDCentral Ventilatory Dysfunction
CVDCommunication Value Development
CVDCode View Debugger
CVDContinuous-Valued Digits
CVDControlled, Fluidized Bed, Vapor Deposition
CVDCore Value Dossier (healthcare treatment strategy tool)
CVDConsonant Vowel Digraph (linguistics)
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This dropped to a 45% increased risk of death when the person with CVD exercised up to 499 MET-mins/week, and a further 14% in people who did 1,000 MET-mins/week or more.
The investigators calculated ten-year CVD risk probabilities at baseline for the 19,114 ASPREE participants using the Framingham score (up to 75 years) and the atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) pooled cohort risk equations (up to 79 years) and divided them into thirds.
They found reductions in CVD events with ASA were modest at best and offset by similar or greater bleeding risks, particularly in the elderly.
Global Info Research further classifies the 'CVD Diamond Market' into segments based on manufacturers, type, application and region.
Under current Nice guidelines, the team found 6.5 million people would be eligible for treatment and 233,152 CVD events could be avoided if all were treated for 10 years.
The team compared their CVD subjects with controls who did not have a heart event and found the new LABA and LAMA use in COPD was associated with a 1.50-fold (95 percent confidence interval, 1.
Our priorities at the World Heart Federation is secondary prevention of those suffering from CVD, primary prevention for those at high risk of developing CVD because of hypertension, diabetes, and primordial prevention in the population specifically focused on tobacco."
The company's wholly owned subsidiary CVD Materials Corporation provides advanced materials and metal surface treatments and coatings for demanding applications in different industrial markets.
The study included 17,989 participants from the Cooper Center Longitudinal Study and linked data from those participants with a depression diagnosis based on Medicare claims and cardiovascular disease (CVD) mortality rates based on the National Death Index.
Cardiovascular disease (CVD), which is often misunderstood as a condition only affecting rich countries, is a leading cause of death in Pakistan, warned the seasoned professional.
Across the developing world, where 80% of all CVD fatalities occur, CVD inflicts individuals at a younger age in comparison to their counterparts in high-income countries.