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PCT

2. Abbreviation for patient care technician.

PCT

porphyria cutanea tarda.

PCT

abbreviation for porphyria cutanea tarda.

PCT

Abbreviation for:
palliative care team
papillary carcinoma of thyroid
Patient Care Technician
Pediatric Cardiology Today
percutaneous tracheostomy
perfusion CT
peripheral conduction time
photochemotherapy
poker chip tool
porphyria cutanea tarda
portacaval transposition
positron-computed tomography
postcoital test
preoperative chemotherapy
primary care team
primary care trust, see there  
procalcitonin
prothrombin consumption time
proximal convoluted tubule
pulmonary circulation time

PCT

Abbreviation for patient care technician.

PCT,

PCT

prothrombin consumption time.
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Correlation existed between serum PCT concentration at T1 and the duration of endotracheal intubation ( P < 0.
Antibacterial drugs were stopped when imaging examination suggested relieved pulmonary inflammation; venous blood was extracted for the detection of PCT and CRP levels in the morning on the second day.
Although the full potential of PCT must still be established, it appears that it may be a helpful marker as a predictor of prognosis in high-risk patients.
in children demonstrated that a PCT value of [greater than or equal to] 1ng/mL predicted having a serious bacterial infection (OR = 1.
PCT uses cycles of hydrostatic pressure between ambient and ultra-high levels (up to 35,000 psi and greater) to control bio-molecular interactions.
The present value of the PCT payor's licensing alternative may be determined using the CUT method, as described in Regs.
Cllr David Elderton, chairman of the council's Planning Committee, said: "The problem for the PCT is that it will already have accrued expenditure on legal advice having to pursue a course to overturn the planning refusal.
For example, antibiotics can be stopped if the PCT results suggest that bacterial infection is unlikely, explained Dr.
For the PCT assay, tubes were coated with a monoclonal antibody specific for the katacalcin part of PCT.
PCT Law Group's entry into the South Florida market is timely and significant as we recognize newly-emerging and existing businesses' need for high-quality, cost-effective legal services," said Raymond Millien, PCT Law Group's co-founder, who will spend significant time in South Florida overseeing the firm's latest expansion.
Bacterial cultures, ascitic fluid (AF) leukocyte, C-reactive protein (CRP) and serum PCT measurements were carried out prior to the use of antibiotics.
Running the largest positive balance amongst member nations, the surplus has stayed more than 6 pct of GDP since 2012 and reached a record high of 8.