DVM


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DVM

 
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.

DVM

Abbreviation for Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.

DVM

abbr.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
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-Secretary-Treasurer: Dante Martin, DVM, Holly Ridge Veterinary Hospital in Holly Ridge, North Carolina
DVM S offers the world's largest capacity for one external unit up to 88HP and the highest level of IPLV 6.15 by adopting the dual inverter compressor, not to mention the flexibility in installation with the long pipes that can reach 1000m long, allowing the Samsung VRF system to work in the highest temperature regions, a statement said.
Shelton Dairy of LaSalle uses DVM's technology on 40 percent of its herd.
For oysters at Pioneer Bay, overall mean DVM increase at the end of the experiment was 26.6 [+ or -] 0.9 mm, whereas at Cape Ferguson, mean DVM increase was 32.6 [+ or -] 2.4 mm, corresponding to an overall monthly growth rate of 4.4 mm/mo at Pioneer Bay and 5.4 mm/mo at Cape Ferguson.
Dody Tyneway, DVM, Holistic Veterinary Center, Calabasas, CA.
Diel vertical migration (DVM) is an extremely common pattern of vertical movement in the water column that occurs in both freshwater and marine zooplankton, particularly the copepods (Haney, 1988; Longhurst and Harrison, 1989).
A passive low-pass filter in the DVM combines and separates the data from the voice.
Honeywell, a global leader in connected buildings, today announced an enhanced version of Honeywell Digital Video Manager (DVM) that offers smarter security and surveillance capabilities for todays increasingly complex building environments.
Brenda Stevens, DVM, of the North Carolina State College of Veterinary Medicine and Veterinary Hospital in Raleigh, North Carolina, will serve as president-elect of the NCVMA board of directors.
LAHORE -- The DVM Quiz Competition was held at College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Jhang, a sub-campus of the UVAS.
"We are working very hard to make stem cell therapy become one of our therapeutic tools," says surgeon and orthopedic scientist Kei Hayashi, DVM, Ph.D., ACVS, at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine.