JVD


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JVD

Abbreviation for jugular venous distention.

JVD

Jugular-venous distention, see there.
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The Jampro JVD is designed for as a low to medium power solution ideally suited for rooftop deployment.
JVD International (www.jvd.it), in collaboration with the Egyptian Federation for Motor Sports (EFMS) and Sakkara Travel Group, managed to pull it off with flying colors, under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism, the Ministry of Defense and the Automobile and Touring Club of Egypt.
Signs of reduced preload include jugular vein distention (JVD), peripheral edema, weight gain, fatigue, and dyspnea.
Early mortality and morbidity in the course of acute coronary syndrome in patients with premature coronary heart disease (Group 1) and late onset of coronary heart disease (Group 2) Group 1 Group 2 Variables (n = 158) (n = 79) Congestive heart failure 36 37 (bibasilar rales, S3 gallop, cardiogenic shock or JVD), n Arrhythmias (sustained atrial or 5 20 ventricular arrhythmias and atrioventricular blocks that require intervention) *, n Aneurysm *, n 1 19 Embolism (peripheral or 1 12 central) *, n Recurrent angina *, n 2 9 *--p<0.05 for comparison of the groups JVD-jugular vein distention
Kunzel JKvFD, Zee Jvd, Ijzerman AP (1996) Radical scavenging properties of adenosine and derivatives in vitro.
(5.) Hough JVD. Malformations and anatomical variations seen in the middle ear during operations on the stapes: A manual prepared for the use of graduates in medicine.
The presence of jugular venous distension (JVD, LR+ 8.5), a history of diabetes mellitus (LR+ 6.0), and a history of myocardial infarction (MI, LR+ 4.2) were also associated with LVSD.
Physical examination revealed no carotid bruits, lungs were clear, no JVD, and cardiovascular examination was unremarkable: normal S1/S2, no murmurs, rubs, or gallops.
(12.) Santos LPD, Costa MGD, Santos JVD, Lindemann IL, Gigante DP.