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DVADepartment of Veterans Affairs
DVADomestic Violence and Abuse
DVADeutsche Verlagsanstalt (German publishing company)
DVADynamic Vibration Absorber
DVADigital Video Adapter
DVADirect Video Access
DVADocument View Architecture
DVADigital Voice Activation
DVADesign and Visual Arts (various organizations)
DVADigital Video and Audio
DVADomestic Value Added (exports)
DVADétecteur de Victime d'Avalanche (French: Avalance Detector)
DVADefence and Veterans Affairs (Australia)
DVADominique Vivier Automobiles (French car dealer)
DVADefence Vetting Agency (UK)
DVADynamic Visual Acuity (vision assessment)
DVADossier de Voirie d'Agglomération (French: Case of Urban Road)
DVADirection de la Vie Associative (French: Directorate of Community Life)
DVADistribution Video & Audio (also seen as DV&A; Florida)
DVADirect Vertical Access (Oil Industry)
DVADeutsches Volksliedarchiv (German: German Folk Song Archive)
DVADevelopmental Venous Anomaly
DVADispositif de Vie Autonome (French: Device Independent Living)
DVADundee Voluntary Action (Scotland, UK)
DVADiffusion Voilages Ameublement (French: Furniture Blinds Distribution)
DVADiverse Vector Area
DVADelta Vancouver Airport (Canada)
DVADépôt-Vente Auto (French car sales)
DVADesignated Viticultural Areas (wine regions)
DVADetector Vacuum Assembly
DVADilated Vestibular Aqueduct
DVADelcloy-Vinson Architectes (French architecture firm)
DVADeer Vehicle Accident
DVADesign, Verified and Assigned
DVADirect Voltage Adapter
DVADedicated Vendor Advocate
DVADoc Valentine Advertising
DVADeflecting Vane Anemometer
DVADynamic Vocoding Allocation
DVADifficult Venous Access
DVADeclaración de Voluntad Anticipada (Spanish: Living Will Declaration)
DVADebit Valuation Adjustment
DVADual Vehicle Adaptor (US DoD)
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Risk factors associated with difficult venous access in adult ED Patients.
Some simple interventional pre-donations measures may reduce the deferral rate due to anxiety or difficult venous access. Analysis of deferral patterns may help medical personnel and blood bankers to be more focused in donor screening, especially of those causes occurring at higher frequency.
The researchers from Vasculogic, LLC conducted their own intensive survey of over 200 US based phlebotomists, identified difficult venous access as a significant problem in small children, particularly in terms of pain, time, and patient and parent anxiety due to difficult/multiple needle stick(s).