DICSDuctal Carcinoma In-Situ (medical procedure)
DICSDirection de l'Instruction Publique, de la Culture et du Sport (French: Directorate of Public Education, Culture and Sport; Switzerland)
DICSDelhi Institute of Computer Science (India)
DICSDéficit Immunitaire Combiné Sévère (French: Severe Combined Immunodeficiency)
DICSDynamic Imaging of Coherent Sources (neurology)
DICSDutch Internet Chess Server
DICSDiploma in Computer Studies (degree; various locations)
DICSDiploma in Insurance Coding Specialist (various institutions)
DICSDemocrats In Congressional Session
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In 1962, the first DIC was opened in the United States at the University of Kentucky Medical Center.
In this study, 68% of respondents never came across the term DIC before and the majority of them have a knowledgescore [greater than or equal to]3 (out of 8) (Figure 1).
5% think that DIC does not promote rational use of medicines.
95% participants felt that the study helped them increase their awareness about DIC.
Among the 26.1% respondents who came across the term DIC, majority belonged to the pharmacology fraternity or were pharmacists.
As far as attitude is concerned, the responses were satisfactory and show the willingness of respondents to learn more about DIC. The fact that 56.4% respondents do not find available sources of DI satisfactory highlights the need for availability of better sources as well as personnel trained in the provision of DIS.
In our study, 74.8% participants think that a pharmacologist is the best suited professional to work at a DIC, followed by physician (55.8%), pharmacist (36.9%), and nurse (10.2%).
The role of a DIC can range from that in dispensing DI to contributing in pharmacoepidemiological activities to research.
Plaza said the Hermosa town government in Bataan had applied to convert 3,000 ha of land near the arsenal as a component of the DIC.