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PVPresent Value
PVPhysical Volume (IBM AIX)
PVPrescott Valley (Arizona)
PVPuerto Vallarta
PVPleasant Valley
PVPole Vault
PVParadise Valley (Arizona)
PVPromotional Video (usually music video)
PVProcess Variable
PVPresta Valve (bicycles)
PVPoliovirus (human enterovirus)
PVProcès Verbal (French: Official Report, or Fine)
PVPalos Verdes (California)
PVPage View (website statistic)
PVPersonal Vaporizer (E-cigarette)
PVPlanned Value
PVPartido Verde (Green Party - Brazil)
PVPolycythemia Vera (blood disease)
PVPaís Valencià
PVParameter Value
PVPharmacovigilance (UK)
PVParticipatory Video (film project)
PVPeso Vivo (Spanish: live weight)
PVPura Vida (Costa Rica)
PVPlastic Viscosity
PVPacket Video
PVPathovar (bacterial strain)
PVPavia, Lombardia (Italian province)
PVPressure/Vacuum (valves for regulating gas and vapours on tankers)
PVPerformance Verification
PVPemphigus vulgaris
PVPrice Volume
PVPotential Vorticity
PVPressure Valve
PVPneumatic Valve
PVPointer Value (programming)
PVPahrump Valley (California-Nevada)
PVPore Volume (oil and gas)
PVPanasonic Vietnam Co., Ltd.
PVPanel View
PVPosition Velocity (physics)
PVPreviously Viewed (rental videos/DVDs now for sale)
PVPrime Vendor
PVPersonal Vehicle
PVPleasantview (Neighborhood in the Sims 2 computer game)
PVProduct Verification
PVPassive Voice
PVPeak Velocity
PVPrince Valiant (comic strip)
PVPatient Visits
PVPositive Vetting (security clearance; various locations)
PVPaul Verhoeven (film director)
PVProtean Void (webcomic publisher)
PVPlasma Viscosity
PVParole Violation (criminal law)
PVProcess Verification
PVProyecto Venezuela (Venezuela Project)
PVPerformance Validation
PVProtocol Violation
PVPossible Violation
PVProduction Validation
PVPartido Victoria (Guatemalan political party)
PVProtection Visa (Australia)
PVPrivate Varnish (magazine)
PVProject Verification
PVPer Vaginal (examination of a patient)
PVPreservation and Value
PVPublic Voucher
PVPersonvagn (Swedish: person vehicle)
PVPath Verification
PVPauli-Villars (regularization)
PVProtected Village (Zimbabwe; civil war designation)
PVPoids Vide (French: unladen weight)
PVPuddu Varano
PVPermanent View (concrete finish requirements)
PVPressure Variance
PVPizza Village
PVPotential Viewer
PVPrograma Voluntários
PVPlatform Vulnerability
PVPigment Vehicle (Canadian band)
PVPyrotechnic Valve (or Pyrovalve)
PVPrivileged Visitor
PVPerfect Vision (Productions) Inc. (private Canadian information-based corporation)
PVPrimärvereinigung (German: Primary; children's organization in the Mormon Church; aka Sunday meeting which children attend)
PVPoranichnye Voiska (Russian: border troops)
PVPowassan encephalitis virus
References in periodicals archive ?
These changes in plasma viscosity may be the result of some acute phase reactants in plasma, as some authors have also described the association of mean platelet volumes with acute phase reactants like C-reactive proteins22.
Results: The peroperative plasma viscosity was significantly low in Group 1 relative to Group 2.
Plasma viscosity also plays an important role in whole blood viscosity and our results demonstrated that pretreatment with puerarin in blood stasis rats was able to prevent the increase in plasma viscosity (Table 2), which suggested that the decrease in whole blood viscosity was mediated, at least partly, via the inhibition of an increase in plasma viscosity by puerarin.
24 Pa) with no concurrent changes in erythrocyte aggregation, blood plasma viscosity, and fatty acid composition of erythrocyte membrane.
FBN, Hct and plasma viscosity are individual risk factors for coronary heart disease mortality.
Plasma viscosity refers to the viscosity of the noncellular matrix of the blood.
Use of a statin reduced all components of their disease activity score, including erythrocyte sedimentation rate, hs-CRP level, swollen joint count, and plasma viscosity (Lancet 2004;363:2015-21).
Blood samples for the measurements of the hemorheologic parameters were collected in polypropylene tubes, using for the determination of blood and plasma viscosity and haematocrit, sodium heparin 40 microliters (from a solution containing 5000 IU/ml = 150 IU/mg) for 5 ml of blood to give a final concentration for 0.
1999), endothelial dysfunction (Brook, Brook, Urch, Vincent, Rajagopalan, & Silverman, 2002), increased plasma viscosity (Peters, Doring, Wichmann, & Koenig, 1997), and increased C-reactive protein (Peters et al.