ETUS

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ETUSEisenbahner Turn Und Sportverein (German: Railway Gymnastics and Sports Club)
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The communication overhead increases with increasing percentage of malicious nodes and mobility for both TUS and ETUS.
Finally, the United Transportation Union declared that the deployment of ETUs (cabooseless trains) would be a strike issue in this round of negotiations.
Data from the viral hemorrhagic fever (VHF) database demonstrated measurable improvements in timeliness of Ebola control measures in Bombali after the establishment of a local ETU and laboratory amidst ongoing community interventions.
Patients with confirmed EVD were transferred to an ETU managed by Medecins Sans Frontieres.
Establishment of ETUs and laboratories at the onset of an Ebola outbreak in conjunction with other well-established control measures might prevent rapid increase in the number of Ebola cases and thereby contribute to outbreak control.
Waste Systems Divisions of Davis Water and Waste Industries; Dorr-Oliver; ECO Purification Systems USA, Inc.; ETUS, Inc.; Environmental Dynamics Inc.; FMC Corp., Material Handling Systems Div.; G-H Systems, Inc.; Hydro-Aerobics, Inc.; Infilco Degremont; Jet Tech Inc.; Krofta Inc.; Lakeside Equipment Corp.; Marolf, Inc.; Met-Pro Corp.; Pollution Control, Inc.; Purestream Inc.; Roberts Filter Mfg.
One could argue that because all patients with febrile illness who were seen at many of the ETUs were given antimalarial treatment when they first sought medical care, providing laboratory testing for Plasmodium spp.
In addition, there is a shortage of foreign medical teams to manage and staff Ebola Treatment Units (ETUs).
Barrington George Selwyn, aged 41, hit out at Etus Burke, aged 36, during a row in public toilets in Far Gosford Street, Coventry.
Synthetic organic polyelectrolytes are made by many firms including Aquatec Chemical Int'l.; Boliden Intertrade Inc.; Calgon Corp.; Cytec Industries, Inc.; Dow Chemical U.S.A.; ETUS, Inc.; General Chemical Corp.; Harcros Chemicals Inc.; Nalco Chemical Co.; Stockhausen, Inc.; Western Water Management, Inc.
Correspondingly, the magnitude of the international response, encompassing -50 Ebola treatment units (ETUs) and >2 dozen diagnostic laboratories, has been equally unprecedented.