EVIS

AcronymDefinition
EVISEast View Information Services (Minneapolis, MN)
EVISEvaluation Information System
EVISEndoscopic Video Information System (medical computer product)
EVISEnterprise Video Integration System (software)
EVISErgometer Vibration Isolation System
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Currently, a new electronic endoscopy system is available (EVIS LUCERA ELITE CV-290/CLV-290SL; Olympus Medical Systems), and the images obtained using that system may differ from the first-generation NBI images.
Percutaneous endovascular interventions (EVIs) are widely used to treat patients with femoropopliteal (FP) arterial stenosis or occlusions.
Garry Evis, the proprietor of Woodside MOT and Service Centre, said his inclusion related to money owed to a former apprentice who had bought tools but subsequently left the business.
Both St ts and Nevis were once known the sugar islands, because of the merous plantations, but the last gar and cotton plantation on evis closed in 1958.
Successively lower level of interest rates over the three study periods presumably made achieving continuously higher extra-value indexes (EVIs) easier.
Another significant advantage of the Olympus HD 3D video platform is its availability as a module that can be easily added to an existing Olympus EVIS EXERA III Universal Imaging System.
The Olympus HD 3-D video platform is available as a module that can be added to the existing Olympus Evis Exera III universal imaging system.
In addition, the Olympus HD 3D video platform is available as a module that can be easily added to an existing Olympus EVIS EXERA III Universal Imaging System.
An Exera II Evis 180 GIF180 videogastroscope (Olympus, Tokyo, Japan) with high resolution (1,080 dpi), 1.5-fold magnification, and narrow-band imaging technology was used.