VICC

AcronymDefinition
VICCVanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center
VICCVoluntary Interdistrict Choice Corporation (St. Louis, MO)
VICCVehicle Information Center of Canada
VICCVirtual Industry Capability Call
VICCVascular-Interstitial Closed Circuit
VICCVoltage-Independent Calcium Channel (physiology)
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VICC is the commonest coagulopathy following snake envenomation.
Firstly and most significantly, as VICC develops, strands of fibrinogen form in the blood vessels.
"The findings from this new study, however, reinforce earlier research suggesting health benefits from eating nuts, and thus are quite encouraging," added Blot, who is also associate director for cancer prevention control and populationbased research at VICC.
It was renamed the Voluntary Inter-district Choice Corporation (VICC) in 1999.
However, the term venom-induced consumption coagulopathy (VICC) has been introduced because it better describes the clinical features and the absence of other features of DIC.
From around 2006-2007, the VICC was becoming increasingly aware of the fact that many hospitals were struggling to attract applicants for their coding position vacancies.
Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center (VICC) combated the problem of decreasing opportunities for nurse-patient interactions in clinic by creating a centralized call center that includes a formalized oncology telephone nursing triage program, says ONS member Jennifer Woods, RN, BSN, MBA.
Until 2008, the Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) had the only National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center in Tennessee (Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center -- VICC) & has one of the largest populations of head & neck cancer survivors in the United States.
The Eagles Visually Impaired Cricket Club (VICC) aim to play similar teams from across Britain.
The Vermont Interagency Coordinating Council for Families, Infants and Toddlers (VICC) was established by federal law to advise the Vermont Department of Education and the Agency of Human Services on the statewide system of early intervention services for families of children with special needs, ages birth to three.