DVET

AcronymDefinition
DVETDepartment of Vocational Education and Training (various locations)
DVETDirectors for Veterans' Employment and Training
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Mr Molao who is also MP for Shashe West implored farmers to always take into consideration measures put in place by government through the DVET whenever they wanted to access markets outside Zone Seven noting that products such as milk and meat from the zone could be transported to other areas.
of DVET, day of DVET, NNJ passive by which day, final outcome-improved or died were collected.
After identifying clinical jaundice in the newborn, their TSB level is noted following which admission for DSPT or DVET is determined as per neonatal hyperbilirubinemia practice guidelines from AAP-2004 (American Academy of Paediatrics) for newborns--35 weeks and above and from NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) guidelines for preterm newborns less than 35 weeks.
Mean Peak--TSB level in G6PD deficient cases (20.03 [+ or -] 5.30 mg/dL) was significantly higher (p<0.001) than G6PD normal cases (16.67 [+ or -] 3.93 mg/dL); 45% of G6PD deficient neonates developed significant hyperbilirubinemia (Indirect bilirubin more than 20 mg%) and required Double Volume Exchange Transfusion (DVET).
There was significant difference in requirement of DVET between G6PD deficient and G6PD normal NNJ cases (P<0.001).
So, there is significant difference (p<0.001) in requirement of DVET in the two groups.