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DTIDepartment of Trade and Industry
DTIDiffusion Tensor Imaging
DTIDebt to Income (ratio)
DTIDuty to Inform (law enforcement)
DTIDigital Technology International (news publishing; various locations)
DTIDream Train Internet (Japan)
DTIDanish Technological Institute
DTIDefense Technology International (news)
DTIDirect Trader Input
DTIDirect Turbo Injection
DTIDisk to Image
DTIDiesel Turbo Intercooler
DTIDomestic Trunk Interface
DTIDiversified Technology, Inc.
DTIDirection de la Technique et de l'Innovation (French: Directorate of Technical and Innovation)
DTIDiagnostics Techniques Immobiliers (French: Real Estate Diagnostic Techniques)
DTIDistance through Insulation
DTIDulbecco Telethon Institute (est. 1999)
DTIDirect Thrombin Inhibitor
DTIDistance to Intercept (US Air Force)
DTIDreaming the Impossible (UK)
DTIDeep Tissue Injury
DTIData Translation, Inc. (Marlboro, MA)
DTIDigital Trunk Interface
DTIDial Test Indicator (mechanical measuring device used in machining)
DTIData Transmission Interface
DTIDirection des Transmissions et de l'Informatique (French: Directorate of Communications and Information)
DTIDirect Tension Indicator (Applied Bolting Technology Products, Inc.)
DTIDirective Technology Integrators (Oneonta, New York)
DTIDuPont Textiles & Interiors
DTIDiscrete Trial Instruction
DTIDetroit, Toledo, & Ironton (Railroad)
DTIDirected Technologies, Inc.
DTIDigital Technologies, Inc.
DTIDeep Trench Isolation
DTIDetective Training Institute
DTIDonation and Transplant Institute (est. 2008; Barcelona, Spain)
DTIDocument Text Informationmanagement (various locations)
DTIDynamic Telecommunications, Inc.
DTIDepartamento Tecnico de Investigacion
DTIDose Totale Indicative (French: Total Indicative Dose; radiological water quality regulation)
DTIDon't Try It
DTIDiesel Turbo Intercooler (automobile)
DTIDesktop Item
DTIDawe Charitable Trust (UK)
DTIDelivery Ticket Invoice
DTIDigital Test Interface (Tollgrade)
DTIDynamics Technology, Incorporated (defense contractor in Torrance, California)
DTIDefense Technology Incorporated & Associates
DTIDelayed Turn-In (US Navy Supply)
DTIDynamic Tomographic Imaging
DTIDemand to Inquiry
DTIDriving Trend Identifier
DTIDigital Trunk Interface Frame (Sprint)
DTIData Technique, Inc. (Pittsburg, KS)
DTIDirecção de Tecnologias de Informação (Portuguese: Directorate of Information Technologies)
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* The capacity of the wheelchair cushion to reduce loading conditions that may increase the risk for developing deep tissue injury.
The NPUAP-EPUAP classification system comprises four stages, an unstageable category and suspected deep tissue injury. (1, 5) (See photographs pages 20, 22, 23.)
* Heels are the second most common anatomical location for pressure injuries and the primary site of deep tissue injury (Black, 2012).
Abbreviations: 3D = three-dimensional, ACB = air-cell-based, BW = body weight, DTI = deep tissue injury, FE = finite element, HG = hourglass-shaped scarring, IT = ischial tuberosity, MRI = magnetic resonance imaging, PU = pressure ulcer, R = reference, SCI = spinal cord injury, SW = sandwich-shaped scarring, Thin = thin skin scar.
Deep tissue injury may be difficult to detect in individuals with dark skin tones.
The patient had sustained deep tissue injury in a 15 x 18 cm area from her coccyx to her lower buttocks.
The Compression Intensity Index: A practical anatomical estimate of the biomechanical risk for a deep tissue injury. Technol Health Care.
Incorrectly documenting a deep tissue injury as a Stage I on admission or recording a stasis ulcer or diabetic foot ulcer as a pressure ulcer can have far-reaching consequences.
To explore the evolution of suspected deep tissue injury (sDTI) pressure ulcers and identify the role of early identification and intervention in hindering tissue destruction.
It would be interesting to investigate the plasma concentrations of these four markers in subjects with a category IV ulcer or deep tissue injury, although the latter type of pressure ulcers is particularly difficult to identify.