LVD


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LVD

Abbreviation for:
large vessel disease
left ventricular diameter
left ventricular dysfunction  
lymphatic vessel density
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The current LVD does not mention explicitly the risk analysis and assessment.
Isolated diastolic LVD was defined according to the guidelines of the European Society of Cardiology (21) as an age-adjusted pathologic mitral valve diastolic inflow pattern on Doppler echocardiography together with an increased left ventricular end-diastolic pressure [greater than or equal to] 16 mmHg in the presence of a normal LVEF (>50% in two-dimensional echocardiography).
It can also be stacked up to three units high providing up to 108GB and a LVD throughput of up to 80 MB/sec per channel on a desktop.
The E-8 LVD utilizes the latest in Ultra2 SCSI technology -- Low Voltage Differential (LVD).
DRM-ULV16 - LVD SCSI Interface Unit Increased Cable Length 12 meters instead of six meters for SCSI2 Increased Expandability Up to 15 LVD devices to a single bus Bus Speed Up to 40MB/second Transfer Rate LVD Max 160 MB/sec DVD-R7783 - 8X DVD-R/RW Drive Writing Format DVD-R, DVD-RW Read Format DVD-ROM, DVD-R/RW, DVD-Video, CD-DA, CD-R/ROM, Video-CD Data Transfer Rate 8X Write DVD-R; 4X Write DVD-RW; 8X Read DVD- R/RW; 12X Read DVD-ROM Interface Wide Ultra2 SCSI (40 MB/sec Actual Rate)
By providing precise active termination for 27 LVD SCSI bus lines, the device will achieve peak bus performance, permitting the manufacture of more robust and reliable ULTRA320 and ULTRA640 systems.
For the relatively newer LVD SCSI standards such as Ultra2, Ultra3, Ultra160 and Ultra320 SCSI it is easy--point-to-point 25 meters, multidrop 12 meters.
Configuring SCSI systems using the profile that limits options for two basic electrical interfaces dramatically improves products through selective design choices for both single-ended narrow and LVD SCSI wide bus applications.
The drive's SCSI Ultra 2 Low Voltage Differential (LVD) interface, the standard in peripheral connection, attaches to either LVD or single-ended SCSI host interfaces.
Where can I obtain all information on the LVD SCSI specifications?
LVD is the newest physical interface in today's SCSI landscape.