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VIP

Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
An abbreviation for
Vacuum infiltration processor
Vasoactive intestinal (poly)peptide—the most common medical use of the abbreviation
Venous impedence plethysmography

Ventilated improved pit—military medicine, latrine
Very important patient
Very important person—the most common non-medical use of the abbreviation
Very important pregnancy
Virtual image processing—optics
Visual image processing
Visipaque in Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty trial
Voluntary interruption of pregnancy
Surgical pathology A tissue processor used to prepare specimens obtained from surgical pathology for examination by light microscopy
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VIP

Abbreviation for vasoactive intestinal polypeptide.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

VIP

Abbreviation for vasoactive intestinal polypeptide.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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However, the issue of security to important persons and the VIP movement at roads emerge as an issue of concern in public domain.
According to the interior ministry, immigration counters at airports would be monitored and if any VIP was seen being given special treatment, the immigration staff and official in charge of their shift would be immediately suspended.
A report published some time ago said that India, with a population of 1.3 billion, has nearly 58,000 VIPs. China with a higher population has 435!
"This initiative is considered as a huge milestone in the concept of VIP services that KHCB offers as part of a wide scope of new benefits and services.
People also said that the drivers and associates of VIPs misbehave with others and expect favours like they are VIPs too.
SmartDV VIPs are 2-4x faster to compile and simulate than competitive VIPs.
According to Abbas, the list of so-called VVIPs and VIPs had increased by almost 300 per cent in the last 20 years though the majority of them are not even listed in the Blue Book.
Aircraft manufacturer Boeing (NYSE:BA) on Monday announced that the first five customers for its 747-8 Intercontinental VIP aircraft will have the option to use loaned GEnx-2B engines.
It will have a special passage through the cargo holdout of the bottom of the fuselage ensuring an exclusive entry and exit for the VIPs.
The report states that the hotel feels that "in order for it to be efficient and competitive and deliver its full range of services, the hotel management will need the flexibility to operate a second entrance which can be used occasionally when VIP customers require a more discreet entrance away from the main thoroughfare of Hope Street."
It also eliminates the limit on the maximum number of VIPs that private clinics may perform.
"In exchange, VIPs agree to invest a like amount of their time relaying what they have learned to motivate forestland owners in their communities."