intermittent assisted ventilation

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intermittent assisted ventilation (IAV)

a system of respiratory therapy in which assisted ventilation is combined with spontaneous breathing. Also called intermittent demand ventilation.
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We extracted viral RNA by using the QIAamp Viral RNA Kit (QIAGEN, Valencia, CA, USA) from original clinical sample material obtained from IDEXX Laboratories (West Sacramento, CA, USA) or from the New York State Animal Health and Diagnostic Laboratory at Cornell University (Ithaca, NY, USA), and we adapted to CIV an IAV multisegment real-time reverse transcription PCR amplification approach (34).
The study data did not include information on the cause of death, the persistence of seizures, or the diagnostic type of seizures; however, cancer, cardiovascular disease, and cerebrovascular disease were more prevalent in IAV with epilepsy, putting them at higher risk for mortality.
We report here on precautions taken by swine workers in farms with known or suspected acute infections of swine IAV during the 2012-2013 influenza season.
We previously examined whether influenza vaccination protects hosts from severe attack following co-infection with IAV and GAS.
For both adoptive transfer systems, at 36 hr posttransfer, cells from blood, peripheral lymph nodes, and spleen were harvested from a subset of recipients, and the remainder of recipients were infected with IAV.
In a mouse model, IAV infection has been found to increase the number of DC in the respiratory tract, but these were short-lived DCs.
GERMAN SCHAEFFLER TO TAKE ROOF SYSTEMS' 10% STAKE IN IAV
Sabic Innovative Plastics has announced its collaboration with IAV GmbH, a world leader in advanced vehicle and powertrain systems, to develop advanced thermoplastic solutions that can replace metal in electric vehicle (EV) and hybrid powertrain components.
At the IAV Conference held in early February in London the company gave some feedback from the three-year commitment of Danish troops in Afghanistan.
The IAV has only been established for three years yet it has already seen many of its students' employed by opera houses in Berlin, Salzburg, Zurich and Vienna.
The tool is used by both the Computer Network Defense-in-Depth Baseline Assessment (CNDIDBA) teams and shipboard personnel to verify shipboard IAV compliancy.