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PIVPersonal Identity Verification (FIPS 201)
PIVPentium 4
PIVParticle Image Velocimetry
PIVParainfluenza Virus
PIVPlena Ilustrita Vortaro (Esperanto: Full Illustrated Dictionary)
PIVPersonal Identification Verification
PIVProject in Vision
PIVPersonal Identity Verification
PIVPrivate Investment Vehicle (finance)
PIVPeak Inverse Voltage
PIVPeripheral IV
PIVPhase IV (clinical studies)
PIVPost Indicator Valve (firefighting)
PIVPhysical Inventory Verification
PIVPowered Industrial Vehicle
PIVProgestin Induced Virilization
PIVPositively Infinitely Variable (type of gearbox)
PIVPosition Indicating Valve
PIVpositive input ventilation
PIVPost Implementation Verification
PIVPropellant Isolation Valve
PIVPontoon Implantment Vehicle
PIVPre-Inventory Visit
PIVProduct Improvement Verification
PIVPressure-Indicating Valve
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* Adds support for PUC based challenge/response PIN unblock for all vSEC:CMS supported PIV smart cards
Clearly, more education on the importance of PIV care is needed.
Coincident with our adoption of the USG BCV cannulation technique, our institution also implemented an algorithm intended to limit the number of attempts made to place a PIV cannula in children to prevent trauma and loss of useful veins.
For PIV III, in children ≤3 years, there was no significant difference in the positive rate between NPA and BALF specimens [Table 1].
Human testing of the PIV vaccine will start in October.
The images taken by the PIV system covered an area of 0.00123 X 0.0032 m and were centered at around an axial position z = 17D downstream from the contraction.
It also allows good optical access for Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) diagnostics.
DAS181 (Ansun BioPharma, Inc., San Diego, California) is a novel sialidase fusion protein that has shown in vitro efficacy against PIV in a cotton rat infection model as well as in lung transplant and HSCT recipients [8, 10-14].
When using a bipod, this technique is referred to as "loading." The slight forward pressure should require no muscular tension to maintain, yet it does a great job of eliminating PIV. We can load a sandbag just as well as we can load a bipod.
To investigate this issue, experiments were conducted using a boundary layer wind tunnel, particle image velocimetry (PIV) and a glass building model with openings to simulate wind-driven flow through a building.
The purpose of this article is to disseminate valuable information on the following key points: 1) provide a diagram to demonstrate the basic anatomy of a vein, 2) identify the common veins used for peripheral IV (PIV) access, 3) list the most common drug pH values, 4) list the osmolality values for IV fluid, 5) identify vein complications, 6) discuss basic principles of ultrasound technology, and 7) list the steps for PIV access insertion using ultrasound-guided technology.