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EPS

EPS

abbreviation for electrophysiological study.

EPS

Abbreviation for:
Electronic Prescription Service 
electrophysiological study
extrapyramidal syndrome

EPS

Extrapyramidal side effects
ε–epsilon Symbol for:
1. Hemoglobin ε, an 'early' Hb chain that disappears by the 3rd month of fetal development.
2. Immunoglobulin E heavy chain.
3. Molar absorptivity
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Extrapyramidal symptoms (EPS)

A group of side effects associated with antipsychotic medications. EPS include parkinsonism, akathisia, dystonia, and tardive dyskinesia.
Mentioned in: Schizophrenia
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De Boer has built automated brick-molding machinery for 70 years, but was completely unaware of the EPS market until a customer asked the firm to design an EPS machine using the same automation.
Both the FASB and the IASC favor this EPS presentation.
This is perhaps the most important structural difference between PMMA and EPS.
Thinner EPS cups and lower stacking height are possible with a new mold-filling and steaming system from Thermoware EPS Machinery b.
While EPS is often characterized as difficult to recycle, the sharp increase in post-consumer and post-commercial EPS recycling from 2012 to 2013 clearly demonstrates that active involvement from the general public and small and large companies can move the needle in the right direction.
Grupo Convermex SA in Puebla, Mexico, the third largest foam cup maker, also recently introduced thin, "high-graphic" EPS cups, called GraphiCup, into U.
Koyo's parent company, Koyo Seiko, pioneered the production of EPS systems in Japan in 1988.
Under the old rule, primary EPS was designed to reflect the dilution of common stockholders' earnings resulting from the increase in common shares due to the probable conversion or exercise of common stock equivalents.