EPP

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AcronymDefinition
EPPExtensible Provisioning Protocol
EPPEuropean People's Party
EPPEnvironmentally Preferable Purchasing
EPPEngineered Plastic Products (various locations)
EPPEnhanced Parallel Port
EPPEducation and Public Policy (various schools)
EPPEnvironment and Public Policy (various organizations)
EPPExtended Payment Plan (various companies)
EPPEmployee Purchase Program
EPPEnvironmental Policy and Planning (various schools)
EPPÉvaluation des Pratiques Professionnelles (French: Evaluation of Professional Practices)
EPPEasy Payment Plan
EPPExpanded Polypropylene
EPPEnvironmental Protection Program (various organizations)
EPPEquipo de Protección Personal (Spanish: Personal Protective Equipment; construction industry)
EPPETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) Partnership Project
EPPEncrypting Pin Pad
EPPEnvironmental Protection Plan (various locations)
EPPEstate Planning and Probate
EPPEducation Policy and Practice (various organizations)
EPPEducator Preparation Program (various schools)
EPPEqual Payment Plan (billing)
EPPExtruded Polypropylene (foam)
EPPEnd to End Probe Platform
EPPEasy Photo Print
EPPEquipment Protection Policy
EPPEthernet Package Processor
EPPEnhanced Performance Profile
EPPExpert Patients Programme (chronic illness trial; UK)
EPPExtended Projection Principle (linguistic theory)
EPPEmployee Personal Page (various organizations)
EPPÉcole de Psychologues Praticiens (French: School Psychologist Practitioners)
EPPEmergency Preparedness Program (various organizations)
EPPEnhanced Performance Profile (computing)
EPPEquipment Protection Plan
EPPEnvironmentally Preferred Product
EPPEducational Partnership Program (NOAA)
EPPEnergy Policy Project (Ford Foundation)
EPPEnvironmental Policy Program (various schools)
EPPEnd-Plate Potential
EPPEnvironmental Planning Program (various organizations)
EPPÉlectrophorèse des Protéines Plasmatiques (French: Electrophoresis of Plasma Protein)
EPPEinstein Papers Project (California)
EPPErythrocyte Protoporphyrin
EPPExecutive Pay Plan (various locations)
EPPEmergency Pizza Party (band)
EPPEmergency Preparedness Planning
EPPExecutive Potential Program (various organizations)
EPPErythrohepatic Protoporphyria
EPPEnvironment Protection Project
EPPElectric Power Plant
EPPEngineering Programs for Professionals (Johns Hopkins University; Baltimore, MD)
EPPEducation Provider Program (various organizations)
EPPElectronic Presentment and Payment
EPPEngineering and Public Policy Department (College of Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University)
EPPEnergy Partner Program (Boulder, CO)
EPPExposure Prone Procedure (medicine)
EPPÉglise Protestante du Panier (French Protestant church)
EPPEnhanced Planning Process
EPPExtensible Pre-Processor (computing)
EPPEmergency Procedures Plan (various locations)
EPPEnterprise Purchase to Pay (software)
EPPEmploi-Poste-Personnel (French: Jobs Post Staff)
EPPEnterprise Performance Planning
EPPExcess Parachute Payment (IRS)
EPPEqual Pressure Point
EPPEnterprise Payment Platform
EPPEducation Purchase Plan (Adobe)
EPPEmergency Power Plant
EPPExtended Planning Period
EPPEpoxy Primer Paint
EPPElectronic Power Plant
EPPEnvironmental Permitting Program (various locations)
EPPExecutive Planning Panel
EPPEngineering Project Plan
EPPExercise Planning Process
EPPEncroachment Partnering Program (US DoD)
EPPExperimental Products Program (Army Research Lab)
EPPEssential Platinum Records (catalog number for their releases)
EPPEnterprise Payment Processing (holistic approach to payment processing across a business enterprise)
EPPEmergency Power Package
EPPEffective Program Projection
EPPEx Pecunia Publica (Latin:Through Public Money, epigraphy)
EPPEnvironmental Program Plan
EPPEstimated Patient Portion (insurance)
EPPExtra Protection Plan
EPPElectronic Patch Panel
EPPEquipment Preparation Party
References in periodicals archive ?
Free erythrocyte protoporphyrin assay in the diagnosis of iron deficiency in the anemic aged subject.
(1991a) had higher initial clinical evaluations of elevated erythrocyte protoporphyrin (FEP) levels thus introducing potentially serious selection bias in the study design.
The definition of iron deficiency was an abnormal value for at least two of the following three indicators: serum ferritin, transferrin saturation, and free erythrocyte protoporphyrin. Persons with iron deficiency and a low hemoglobin value were considered to have iron deficiency anemia (4).
Serum ferritin, transferrin saturation, and free erythrocyte protoporphyrin (FEP) are typically considered diagnostic tests.
With use of these values as a basis, because biological variation data were not available, [TE.sub.a] was arbitrarily set to 50% for fecal and plasma total porphyrins and 30% for erythrocyte protoporphyrin.
The heme crystal has a much lower absorbance at 400 run, suggesting that high malarial parasitemia might lead to increased estimations of erythrocyte protoporphyrin by hematofluorometer (13).
Because the erythrocyte protoporphyrin (EP) test that had been previously recommended for screening is not sufficiently sensitive for BLLs <25 [mu]g/dL, measurement of blood lead was identified as the screening test of choice.
Although the AAP and the US Preventive Services Task Force recommend using erythrocyte protoporphyrin as the initial screening test for lead exposure, it was decided to use blood lead, as the cost for this latter rest was significantly less than the erythrocyte protoporphyrin.
On initial neurologic examination, the child had extreme lethargy with facial palsy and gasping respirations, consistent with lead encephalopathy; laboratory results revealed severe lead toxicity and hematologic abnormalities blood lead level [BLL] 144 [micro]g/dL; erythrocyte protoporphyrin level 593 [micro]g/dL; hemoglobin 8.1; and basophilic stippling).
[10] At this lower BPb threshold, the erythrocyte protoporphyrin test, which is a biomarker of lead exposure, becomes unsuitable for lead screening purposes because of its poor diagnostic sensitivity and specificity (2); therefore, a direct BPb test is recommended for both screening and diagnostic purposes.
These are submitted to the New York City Bureau of Laboratories and analyzed for free erythrocyte protoporphyrin (FEP) (12 ) and for blood lead (13) if the FEP is [is greater than or equal to]35 ug/dl.
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