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ECC

Abbreviation for:
eccentric contractions
Edgbaston Commissioning Consortia 
embryonal cell carcinoma
emergency cardiac care
emergency care centre
endocervical curettage
enterochromaffin cells
estimated creatinine clearance
evaluation of clinical competence
external chest compression
extracorporal circulation
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ECC

Endocervical curettage, see there.
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Extracorporeal circuit (ECC)

The path the hemodialysis patient's blood takes outside of the body. It typically consists of plastic tubing, a hemodialysis machine, and a dialyzer.
Mentioned in: Dialysis, Kidney
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References in periodicals archive ?
Liu, "Lightweight data Aggregation Scheme against Internal Attackers in Smart Grid using Elliptic Curve Cryptography," Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, vol.
Verbauwhede, "Elliptic curve cryptography with efficiently computable endomorphisms and its hardware implementations for the internet of things", IEEE Trans.
Skarmeta Gomez, "Shifting primes: Optimizing elliptic curve cryptography for 16-bit devices without hardware multiplier," Mathematical and Computer Modelling, vol.
Li (2012) "A New Password Authentication and User Anonymity Scheme Based on Elliptic Curve Cryptography and Smart Card," IET Information Security, Vol.
The paper is organized as follows: we describe the double-and-add scheme, and how we utilize the DBC to elliptic curve cryptography in Section 2.
Software Implementation of Elliptic Curve Cryptography over Binary Fields, University of Paderborn, Germany
"The size of the parameters (essentially the key size) for elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) needed to ensure security (under our current state of understanding) is much lower for ECC than for RSA or ElGamal (another alternative cryptographic method," he said.
<p>Secusmart's card uses Elliptic Curve Cryptography, a proven method for establishing a secure connection between two devices.
Other features include support for elliptic curve cryptography with 10 times faster processing, support for longer key lengths and unified functionality across the nCipher product line.
Suite B algorithms include Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) with National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) prime elliptic curves, Advanced Encryption Standard, and the SHA-2 series of hash functions, as defined by the NSA.
The patents-in-suit are two of Certicom's fundamental patents used in consumer electronics, in particular its world-leading version of Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC).
"Elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) is the only public key used in Suite B, and therefore, is quickly replacing RSA algorithms as the de facto public key used in security mechanisms.