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PNS

Abbreviation for peripheral nervous system.

PNS

1. Parasympathetic nervous system, see there.
2. Peripheral nervous system, see there.

PNS

Abbreviation for peripheral nervous system.

PNS or peripheral nervous system

Nerves that are outside of the brain and spinal cord.
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PNS

Abbreviation for peripheral nervous system.
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The SPRINT PNS System works by implanting a thin leadwire, the MicroLead, typically under image-guidance, to target a peripheral nerve.
In the last part of the visit, PASSEX (Passage Exercise) was conducted between PNS SHAHJAHAN and RNO Ship.
In the last part of its visit, PNS ASLAT conducted joint exercises with RNO ship and upon culmination of the same, the ship resumed its role in Regional Maritime Security Patrols (West) in the North Arabian Sea.
With an aim to enhance cooperation and interoperability between the two navies at tactical level, PNS Saif also conducted naval drills and exercises at sea with Malaysian Navy Ship KD Selangor (FFG-176).
FTIR spectra of PNS, PNS-SS-ADA, and PNS-SS-ADA@CD-mPEG were recorded on a Bruker Equinox 55 FTIR (Bruker Co., USA) in order to investigate the presence of SS-ADA and CDmPEG on the surface of PNS nanoparticles.
These mice were randomly divided into four groups: model group, PNS high-dosage, PNS low-dosage groups, and Hup A group (the positive control).
To the best of our knowledge, PNS for drug-resistant ON is not prevalent in China.
PNS was among the last villa schools closed down by the Adec last academic year (July 2014) for operating from residential premises.
PNs are instruments issued by registered FII to overseas investors who wish to invest in the Indian stock markets without registering themselves with market regulator SEBI.
Anyone who reflects on the current status of skin and wound care in long-term care (LTC) will certainly come to two apparent conclusions: Nurse aides (NAs) are the "eyes and ears" of skin and wound care, and practical nurses (PNs) often drive skin and wound care by following standard protocols or by faxing primary care providers (or their extenders) with recommendations for care that are then signed and returned to the facility for the PNs to carry out.
Nurses were ideally placed to deliver effective brief smoking cessation advice and support, said Whitireia New Zealand bachelor of nursing Pacific tutor Loma-Linda Tasi, in a joint presentation with Pacific nursing section (PNS) members 'Eseta Finau, Sipaia Kupa and Abel Smith.