TIV


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TIV

totally implantable venous; total intracranial volume; trivalent inactivated virus, type IV.
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In 2013, India's imports were 5,322 TIV, up from 1,845 in 2008.
Akiga referred to colonial officers and missionaries by local nicknames, sometimes critical and humorous, sometimes just adaptations of the names to Tiv phonology.
The overall volume of arms exports from a particular state in any given year is then calculated by adding together the TIVs for the weapons and components delivered.
To further study this potential association, the CDC tracked more than 200,000 children in the United States who received TIV or PCV13 (Prevnar) vaccine at different visits or both together at the same visit.
The D/E sub-segment is nine per cent of the UAE TiV. The current Altima is in a strong second position and leader in the retail business with AAC' Altima witnessing 33 per cent growth with 19 per cent market share in this segment.
In fact, several studies using different designs found that TIV partially prevented or had no effect on infections with the pandemic strain (2-16).
The Study: Records from 2001 to 2006 of children under 18 years old who developed Bell's palsy and were treated at Kaiser Permanente Northern California were reviewed to determine if they had received either the TIV or HBV in the preceeding two months.
The analysis included studies of both the trivalent inactivated vaccine (TIV) and the live attenuated (intranasal) influenza vaccine (LAIV).
The geographical position of the Tiv, according to Laura and Paul Bohannan (1969: 9) and Rubingh (1969: 58), is between 6[degrees] 30' and 8[degrees] 10' north latitude and 8[degrees] and 10[degrees] east longitude.