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For campaigners seeking to secure services in the north - including reinstating an ETV to the Western Isles - it means a two-night stay in the capital and a potential loss of earnings to have their views heard.
In 2012 a Stornowaybased ETV was scrapped by the UK Government, leaving Scotland to be covered by just one based in Orkney.
Conclusions: Preoperative endoscopic third ventriculostomy (ETV) control the intracranial pressure (ICP), avoid the necessity of an emergency procedure, allow appropriate scheduling of the operation for tumor removal, and eliminate the risks related to the presence of an external drainage.
ETVs and conveyors are therefore constructed to convey loads up/down hill and in the opposite plane: multi-level conveyors are staggered to accommodate apron height changes.
After considering several different approaches, the managers at Pioneer Video Manufacturing's Carson, Calif., plant chose an electric track vehicle (ETV) system that works like a miniature car-on-track.
The ETVS is the primary communications link between air traffic controllers and flight crews on commercial aircraft.
This incorporates a 20ft ETV, with fully-integrated touch screen automation.
The heart of the cargo handling system is a fully automated ETV rack system with a total length of 280m, more than 1,000 storage bins, 50 I/O lanes and four ETVs.
In patients with hydrocephalus from other causes, choroid plexus cauterization (CPC) has been associated with improvement of Endoscopic Third Ventriculostomy (ETV) outcome compared to ETV alone.
SHS has designed its 2 x 10 ft Elevating Transfer Vehicle (ETV) in such a way that it can be adapted to the individual needs of each customer.