IVB


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IVBIvy Bridge (microarchitecture; Intel)
IVBBritish Virgin Islands (International Olympic Committee Code)
IVBIntraventricular Block (cardiology)
IVBDepartment of Immunization, Vaccines and Biologicals (World Health Organization)
IVBIntermediate Vector Boson (particle physics)
IVBInfluenza Virus B (immunologu)
IVBInvestment Bond
IVBInner Vascular Bundle
IVBIndependent Verification Body
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Patients received an average of 1.7[+ or -]1.0 IVB injections during follow-up.
Genus said it expects to acquire the remaining 49% of IVB's share capital in the first half of 2018 by exercising a call option.
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Rural Alliances builds on the success of the work achieved by the COLLABOR8 Projection - a project also backed by Interreg IVB North West Europe Programme which finishes at the end of June 2012.
Nilfisk-Advance has designed the new IVB 9 machines to make industrial vacuum cleaning more productive and lower in cost.
Omvia Creator is just one part of iVB Network Solutions' Omvia Advantage, a comprehensive solutions approach to value-added service delivery based on nearly two decades of real-world experience.
The objective of this study was to investigate the role of Intravitreal Bevacizumab (IVB) injection, in preventing disease progression, regression of neovascularization and vasculitis, and need for PPV in patients of ED.
In the present study, we compared the surgical outcomes of the eyes of patients with NVG, in terms of IOP between those who received a preoperative IVB injection with AGV implantation (IVB group) and those who underwent AGV implantation alone (control group).
Material and Methods: Eighty patients were included in the study through non probability consecutive sampling and were randomized to IVT alone or IVT + IVB group using random number table.
IVB was not administered to patients with uncontrolled systemic hypertension, a history of thromboembolism, or a known coagulation disorder, nor to patients with active ocular infection.
The magazines give a close insight into life at Stalag IVb with headlines including "St George beats the dragon again", referring to the Welsh team's 3-0 to England in a camp football match.
The National Library of Wales has unveiled online copies of Cymro (Welshman) magazine, created by prisoner in the wooden huts of the notorious POW camp Stalag IVb in Germany during the Second World War.