CVIS

AcronymDefinition
CVISCooperative Vehicle Infrastructure Systems
CVISCooperative Vehicle-Infrastructure Systems
CVISCardiovascular Information System
CVISCardiovascular Invasive Specialist (heart health)
CVISCentral Visual Information Systems, Inc.
CVISColecoVision (Videogame console)
CVISComputer Vision and Intelligent Systems (various universities)
CVISConversant Voice Information System (Lucent Technologies)
CVISCabin Video Information System
CVISCenter for Vision and Image Science
CVISComputer Virus Interdiction System
CVISCustoms Valuation Information System (Pakistan customs)
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Owing to the high cost of these systems, the CVIS segment is expected to maintain its dominance during the forecast period
He and Alapatt agree that having the cardiologists on board from the very outset has been essential to the success of their CVIS implementation.
The 1970s, spurred by funding from the NOICC, were the heyday of the development of career information systems and of the continued development of early computer-based guidance systems--namely of DISCOVER (replacing CVIS) and SIGI Plus.
There is sufficient historical evidence that the CVIs have existed in these countries in one or the other form even before the British Empire set in.
For the archive, this means that the images from all the disciplines are archived from multiple locations, stored in separate locations in the same archive and retrieved by the disciplines' applications (e.g., RIS, CVIS).
In CVIS, for example, Harris (1968) and her team used Roe's (1956) classification system to create that structure.
Digisonics Cardiovascular Information System (CVIS) Solutions are standards-based and vendor-neutral, combining image review, structured reporting, an integrated clinical database and powerful PACS image archive into one complete solution for all modalities.
An interface with the facility's Merge hemodynamics system provides seamless integration to the Digisonics CVIS, autopopulating data for Pre, Procedural and Post Procedure directly into the clinical report, saving valuable time and improving accuracy.