DCCV

AcronymDefinition
DCCVDu Côté de Chez Vous (French antique store)
DCCVDenver Center for Crime Victims (Denver, CO)
DCCVDirect Current Cardioversion
DCCVDual Coolant Control Valve (automotive engineering)
DCCVDubai Centre for Corporate Values (United Arab Emirates)
DCCVDeutsche Crohn Colitis Vereinigung (German: German Crohn Colitis Association)
DCCVDichotomous Choice Contingent Valuation (psychology research; interpersonal interactions)
DCCVDelta Cultura Cabo Verde (Portuguese: Delta Culture Cape Verde; Ilha Santiago, Cape Verde)
DCCVDepartamento de Clínica e Cirurgia Veterinária (Brazil)
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There were a total of 2,810,530 patients hospitalized with a primary diagnosis of AF between 2001 and 2010, of which 119,840 (4.26%) patients underwent inpatient DCCV. Though AF related hospitalization has been increasing, trends in utilization of DCCV have remained stable (Figure 1).
First, using a large real world population sample, we found significant disparities in the utilization of DCCV in the United States based on race, sex, insurance status, and comorbidities.
This data predicts that, with readvent of rhythm control, DCCV and AF ablation rates are expected to trend up in the next decade [11].
explored racial differences in AF management in hospitalized patients and found that black men were less likely to receive an ablation or DCCV procedure [5].
The postprocedure complications recorded in this database are those that occur during the same admission and lack of postdischarge complications questions the long-term implications; for example, AF patients undergoing DCCV have a high risk for stroke in the first 4 weeks after the procedure and we do not have data about this beyond the in-hospital stay.
In a large nationally representative sample of patients hospitalized with AF, only a small fraction were found to undergo DCCV. Procedure trend for DCCV in AF has been fairly stable over the last 10 years while the number of hospitalizations for AF has been rising steadily.
Um levantamento em bases de inqueritos da DCcV, por exemplo, indicou que, das 63 mortes registradas entre os anos de 2005 e 2008 em uma favela da regiao norte de BH, nada menos do que 37 tiveram participacao direta e ja comprovada das gangues locais.
Para os fins da presente pesquisa, elegeu-se a Divisao de Crimes contra a Vida (DCcV), centro que congrega seis Delegacias Especializadas de Homicidios (DEH) responsaveis pelo registro e investigacao de todos os assassinatos cometidos em Belo Horizonte.
Ate 2004, a DCcV contava com apenas cinco delegacias (com apenas um delegado em cada unidade), sem que nenhuma delas fosse atrelada a qualquer jurisdicao territorial.
A DCcV ganhou mais uma delegacia e cada uma de suas seis unidades passou a ter como jurisdicao uma determinada area da cidade.
Para as investigacoes preliminares, a DCcV manteve o sistema de permanencia (plantao), enviando equipes aleatoriamente definidas para os locais de crimes, em funcao do dia da semana em que os homicidios ocorriam.
O sistema de permanencia adotado pela DCcV para as investigacoes preliminares, por exemplo, acabou se tornando uma contradicao dentro da orientacao geral de regionalizacao e especializacao das investigacoes de homicidio.