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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
continuous positive pressure ventilation
(79 times)
Anesthesiology
(27 times)
IPPV (19 times)
PEEP (17 times)
CPAP (14 times)
1970 Hemodynamics and lung function during continuous positive pressure ventilation (CPPV) in acute respiratory failure.
contralateral patent processus vaginalis
(38 times)
General Surgery
(31 times)
LPEC (5 times)
MCH (3 times)
MCIH (3 times)
1994 Laparoscopic evaluation for a contralateral patent processus vaginalis.
camel PPV
(4 times)
Virology
(1 time)
PCPV (3 times)
PPV (3 times)
CCE (2 times)
2015 Phylogenetic analysis of eight sudanese camel contagious ecthyma viruses based on B2L gene sequence.
camel parapox virus
(1 time)
Virology
(1 time)
CdPV (1 time)
CMLV (1 time)
2015 Multiplex PCR for rapid diagnosis and differentiation of pox and pox-like diseases in dromedary Camels.
cataract surgery and three-port pars plana vitrectomy
(1 time)
Ophthalmology
(1 time)
IOL (1 time)
2001 Combined Phaco-Emulsification Cataract Extraction and Pars plana Vitrectomy without Intra-Ocular Lens Implantation.
Constant positive pressure mechanical ventilation
(1 time)
Anesthesiology
(1 time)
IMV (1 time)
1980 [Constant positive pressure mechanical ventilation (CPPV) and intermittent demand ventilation (IMV)].
conventional intermittent positive-pressure ventilation plus PEEP
(1 time)
Pulmonary Medicine
(1 time)
APRV (1 time)
1991 Airway pressure release ventilation in severe acute respiratory failure.
conventional positive end-expiratory pressure ventilation
(1 time)
Anesthesiology
(1 time)
HFJV (1 time)
OA (1 time)
1989 [A comparison between high-frequency jet ventilation (HFJV) and conventional positive end-expiratory pressure ventilation (CPPV)--an experimental study on dogs with acute lung damage].