DVM


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AcronymDefinition
DVMDoctor of Veterinary Medicine
DVMDigital Voltmeter
DVMData over Voice Multiplexer
DVMDigital Volt Meter
DVMDevice Monitor
DVMDos Virtual Machine
DVMDynamic Voltage Management
DVMDistance Vector Multicast (routing)
DVMDigital Video Manager
DVMDividend Valuation Model (stocks)
DVMDet Virtuelle Musikbibliotek (Danish: Virtual Music Library)
DVMDiel Vertical Migration
DVMDaily Vehicle Miles
DVMDigital Variable Multi
DVMDivisional Veterinary Manager
DVMDigital Visual Messaging
DVMDistributed Virtual Machine
DVMDigital Voice Module
DVMDesign Verification Matrix
DVMData/Voice Multiplexer
DVMDrouot Vosges Maintenance (French mechanical engineering firm)
DVMDynamic Virtual Machine
DVMDiscrete Variational Method
DVMDiploma in Veterinary Medicine
DVMData Volume Management
DVMDivision of Vertebrate Morphology
DVMData Verification Module
DVMDNET: Virtual Machine
DVMOptic Disk, Retinal Vessels and Macula (ophthalmology)
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DVM R620 also supports open standards like the Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) standard, driving deeper levels of interoperability and connectivity so organisations can more easily integrate an even wider range of video cameras and third-party systems like analytics as they adapt to changing security threats.
-Vice President: Jennifer Shults, DVM, Quartet Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Hospital in Cary, North Carolina
Bumsuk Hong, Samsung Electronics Levant president said: "We are proud with the products offered by Samsung Electronics as it offers variety of devices to fit the different needs, and the new DVM S system revolutionize the air conditioning industry, while the Vapor Injection technology the performance, energy efficiency and saves money."
The prime illnesses DVM helps prevent are mastitis (inflammation of the udder) and metritis (inflammation of the uterus).
Oysters were measured with calipers to the nearest 0.1 mm to record mean growth increase during the experiment for 3 commonly used shell growth parameters: (1) DVM, (2) anteroposterior measurement (APM), and (3) shell thickness (ST) (Hynd 1955) (Fig.
Haug, DVM, DACVB, CPDT-KA, CABC Texas Veterinary Behavior Sciences, Sugar Land, TX.
He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Ethel (Sclar); five children, Eileen Flynn and her husband Joseph of South Grafton, Carolyn Tomkiewicz of Brooklyn, NY, Susan Tomkiewicz and her husband Al Tautkas of South Grafton, Donna Tomkiewicz DVM of Columbia, ME, and Thomas Tomkiewicz of Sutton; three grandchildren, Katie Flynn DVM of Sacramento, CA, Joseph Flynn and his wife Tricia of Shrewsbury and Megan Keough and her husband Matthew of Chelmsford; two great grandchildren, Brendan Keough and Gavin Flynn.
Advanstar's Dental unit produces four titles, including "Dental Lab Products," "Dental Practice Report," "Dental Products Report" and "Dental Products Report Europe," and the Veterinary group publishes three magazines, including "DVM," "Veterinary Economics" and "Veterinary Medicine." Finally, the company's Pharmaceutical division publishes eight titles, including "Applied Clinical Trials," "Pharmaceutical Executive" and "BioPharm International," and produces related conferences and forums.
Light is a critical factor in the proximate basis of diel vertical migration (DVM) in zooplankton.
The 9000B has a built-in 50 MHz, 0 dBm reference oscillator and V/dB output port for swept scalar measurement system and auxiliary display and bus reading when used with a DVM.
A remote data/voice multiplexer (DVM) adds the data to the available bandwidth on the wire pair.
Wise, PhD [2]; Ryan Wallace, DVM [3]; Laura Whitlock, MPH [2]; Colin Basler, DVM [2]; Clint Morgan, MS [3]; Dana Grissom [4]; Sherry Worley [4]; Danielle Stanek, DVM [5]; Jamie DeMent, MNS [5]; Pamela Yager [3]; William Carson [3]; Rene E.