D2B


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AcronymDefinition
D2BDoor-to-Balloon (coronary intervention measure)
D2BDomestic Digital Bus (home automation standard)
D2BDealer to Builder (AVAD; Van Nuys, CA)
D2BDocument to Business (document management software; Business Document)
D2BDownload-to-Burn (Digital Versatile Disc movie service)
D2BDesigned to Build (architecture firm; Fayetteville, NC)
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A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine surprisingly found that overall in-hospital mortality has remained unchanged - even though more patients with shorter D2B times survived than those with longer times.
Applying this framework to our inquiry, the initiative being evaluated was the D2B Alliance; outcomes included the adoption of strategies (an intermediate outcome) and hospitals' median D2B times (the final outcome).
The campaign launch was tied to the release of a major study that provides evidence of the specific steps integral to getting D2B times of 90 minutes or less, as recommended in national guidelines.
Several car component manufacturers took D2B and transmitted it over POF (plastic optic fibre) to produce D2B Optical Bus, which gives 5.
Accelonix will provide sales and service support for the full range of Teradyne's test and inspection solutions, including in-circuit test, X-ray inspection, functional test and D2B (design-to-build) software.
each year, and recommends that D2B times for treating them be no greater than 90 minutes.
The improvements represent a more than 30 percent decline in D2B times.
The use of pre-hospital 12-lead ECGs plays a key part in reducing D2B times (JACC, 2009).
The American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association (ACC/AHA) Clinical Guidelines for STEMI care recommend D2B times be no more than 90 minutes.
Of particular note is Houston Northwest Medical Center's D2B times - the time from when a patient enters the Emergency Department through the time it takes to open the blocked artery.
D2B specialists and affiliates average more than 20 years' experience in their respective specialties across the supply chain horizon, with affiliates in Atlanta, Raleigh, Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland and Memphis.
The ACC is the nation's leader in promoting evidence-based care for cardiovascular disease (CVD), including its educational programs sponsored by the American College of Cardiology Foundation (ACCF) and its quality improvement efforts such as reducing door-to-balloon times through the D2B Alliance.