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What does JVP mean?
- [medicine] [w, Jugular venous pressure]
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Mechanisms of Clinical Signs (2012)
by Mark Dennis, William Talbot Bowen, Lucy Cho
The JVP is an indirect measure of right ventricular filling pressure. If filling pressure is raised, JVP is raised. It also has a predictable relationship with pulmonary wedge pressure and is useful in assessing volume status and left ventricular ...
Imagined Differences (2002)
Hatred and the Construction of Identity by Günther Schlee
The JVP is a predominantly Sinhalese paramilitary organisation, which challenged the regime of the late President Premadasa for state power in a second abortive insurrection (1987-1990) in the southern, ...
Environmental Impact Statement
New Madrid JVP is a Joint Venture Plan in the northern extreme of the LMVJV area with the States of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky as cooperators- New Madrid JV projects will reach within 15 miles being the most prevalent crops .
by Ali Khavandi
> 20 mm + elongated saillike anterior leaflet • Elevated JVP is a late sign due to the ...
by Andrew T Raftery, Eric KS Lim, Andrew J K Ostor
JVP. A low JVP is a useful discriminator for hypovolaemic shock, as it will usually be elevated with all causes of cardiogenic and obstructive shock. Auscultation. Bronchospasm, and consequently wheezing, may be prominent in anaphylactic ...
by Knut Schroeder
Head and neck Jugular venous pressure (JVP). An elevated JVP is an important sign but may be difficult to elicit. Chest Apex beat. Search for a laterally displaced apex beat. Heart sounds.
Dentist on the Ward (2009)
by Andrew Sadler
The JVP is a rough approximation of the Central Venous Pressure (CVP) which will be increased in heart failure and decreased in hypovolaemia (significant blood loss). In a patient acutely ill with severe haemodynamic upset (or potentially so, ...
Finding the JVP is a key part of the cardiovascular examination because determining the filling pressure of the right side of the heart is important diagnosticallv. In PACES it assumes even greater importance because the examiners can see ...
by Kent Balanis Lewandrowski
The JVP is a surrogate of the right atrial pressure and is represented by the distention of the internal jugular vein during different phases of the cardiac cycle. The JVP is measured by placing the patient at a 45 angle and inspecting the neck ...
The first Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP) insurgency in 1971 was an effort to take power from the state, and was suppressed in a less than a year. A large number of youth, chiefly young men, died during the insurgency, while several others ...
by M.H. Syed
Rohana Wijeweera founded the Janata Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP) in late 1960s. It was responsible for a youth-led insurrection against the government of Sirimavo Bandaranaike in 1971. It came perilously close to overthrowing the government ...
Mosby's Medical Dictionary (2016)
jugular venous pressure (JVP), blood pressure in the jugular vein, which reflects the volume and pressure of venous ...
Dictionary of Terrorism (2013)
by John Richard Thackrah
jVP. KAU. xxx. xNDo. LITE. MACP MCP MIL MK MN LF MN R N O RAID N PA N PD N USAS OAS. Federal Bureau of Investigation (USA) FuerZas Democraticas Nicaraguenses (Nicaragua) Frente Democratico Revolucionario (El Salvador) ...
by Jivanta Schottli, Subrata K. Mitra, Siegried Wolf
Janatha Vimukhti Peramuna (JVP—People's Liberation Front) Founded in 1965 by Rochana Wijeweera, the Janatha Vimukhti Peramuna (JVP— People's Liberation Front) has been the most successful of Sri Lanka's leftist parties, appealing ...
A Dictionary of Nursing (2008)
by Elizabeth Martin, Tanya McFerran
venous pressure (JVP) the blood pressure in the internal jugular vein, which is an indirect measurement of ...
by Elizabeth Martin
jugular venous pressure (JVP) the pressure in the internal jugular vein, which is an indirect measurement of *central venous pressure (CVP) in the right atrium. In clinical 407 JVP ...
by Joseph R. Rudolph Jr.
First, throughout Sri Lanka's south, the Sinhalese Peoples Liberation Front (JVP) used the IPKF's inability to subdue the Tamil extremists and Colombo's inability to protect the state to justify its terrorist campaign against civil servants, the police, ...
by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen
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Concise Medical Dictionary (2015)
by Elizabeth Martin
JVP practice the JVP is estimated by visual inspection at the bedside with the patient reclining at 45 degrees. jugum n. (in anatomy) a ridge or furrow that connects two parts of a bone. jumper's knee (patellar tendinitis) a form of * tendinitis ...
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