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DTs

Abbreviation for delirium tremens.
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DTs

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DT's

(dē′tēz′)
n. (used with a sing. or pl. verb)
Delirium tremens.
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DTS

Abbreviation for:
danger-to-self
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delirium tremens
diphtheria toxin sensitivity
dipyridamole thallium scintigraphy
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DTs

Delirium tremens Popular term for an acute organic psychosis seen.
3-10 days after abrupt alcohol withdrawal Clinical Confusion, sensory overload, hallucinations–eg snakes, bugs, tremor, seizures, autonomic hyperactivity, cardiovascular defects, diaphoresis, dehydration Lab ↓ K+, Mg2+ Management Hallucinations require hospitalization and haloperidol; abrupt alcohol withdrawal requires CNS depressants–eg benzodiazepines, phenobarbital; antipsychotics–eg, clopromazine should not be used. See Othello syndrome.
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DTs

Abbreviation for delirium tremens.
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Undiluted Cashflow Margins: DT's likely leverage profile, following the deconsolidation of TMUS and the company's organic deleveraging capacity thereafter, have been core elements of the rating affirmation.
A self-funding structure of any new US operations will also result in a significant reduction in DT's intercompany loans exposure between itself and TMUS to USD6.6 billion from USD17.1 billion.
Post-transaction Leverage Spike: The combination of remaining levels of gross and adjusted debt, reduced EBITDA through deconsolidation and prospects of spectrum payments in Europe over 2018 and 2019, is likely to lead to a leverage spike that would exceed DT's current downgrade sensitivity of 3.5x for the 'BBB+' rating.
The spike in leverage is, however, temporary and can be tolerated within the ratings due to the sufficiently strong organic FCF generation of DT's remaining European operations.