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ECC

1 abbreviation for emergency cardiac care.
2 abbreviation for external cardiac compression.

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

ECC

Endocervical curettage, see there.

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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Certicom's experience with security for constrained environments and Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC), a computationally efficient public key technology, ensures that movianVPN has negligible impact on performance or battery life.
A spokesperson for Sun has said that in the year 2010 the company believes that elliptic curve cryptography will be widely used.
As part of the agreement, Diversinet has licensed RSA BSAFE Crypto-C security software and intends to integrate it into the Diversinet wireless messaging product set, replacing core elements of its current Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) implementation with RSA Security technology.
The Dragon-QT provides a wide range of services, including public key cryptography, elliptic curve cryptography, encryption, hashing, authentication, random number generation, and hands-off key management.
Among the topics are hardware design issues in elliptic curve cryptography, a security enhancement layer for Bluetooth, and binary algorithms for multiplicative inversion.
These features support a variety of both public- and secret-key cryptography algorithms including RSA, DES, AES and Elliptic Curve Cryptography.