CCU


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CCU

abbr.
1. cardiac care unit
2. coronary care unit
3. critical care unit

CCU

abbreviation for
(Medicine) coronary care unit

CCU

coronary-care unit.
Translations

CCU

[ˌsiːsiːˈjuː] n abbr (US) (=coronary care unit) → unité f de soins cardiologiques

CCU

[ˌsiːsiːˈjuː] n abbr (Am) =coronary care unitunità coronarica
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By upgrading their original app from CCU which ran on Windows Mobile phones to iPads, the bank was able to take advantage of the iPad's larger touch screen and also switch to a proposal-based sales style.
Indoor consists of a 14-bed CCU and a 31-bed cardiology ward.
Given the inherent difficulties of CCU logistics, it was clear that a fresh approach would be required.
A greater number of smokers were seen by CCU quit nurses in 2010, with others seen by the smoking cessation nurse specialist or cardiac rehabilitation nurse.
They permit administrative, back office, management, and marketing to use the CCU platform.
The company had announced in March that it would sell the stake, after Heineken bought a part of CCU last year.
Patients should be referred to the CCU if they suffer from ischemia - a lack of oxygen to heart-muscle tissues caused by artery blockages, the new guidelines state.
This press release is for informational purposes only and shall not constitute an offer to sell or exchange nor the solicitation or an offer to buy any securities of CCU or any of its affiliates.
CCU is controlled by a joint venture between Quinenco and Heineken in which the two hold 61.
This new program ensures that a certified expert in intensive care medicine is available around the clock in our CCU to assess patients, consult with primary care physicians, respond to questions from other members of the care team, and lead care-related decision-making to support optimal patient outcomes," said Dr.
The 'A' ratings of CCU are amongst the highest corporate ratings issued by Fitch in Latin America due to the company's strong business position, sound cash flow generating capacity, and the stability and defensive nature of the beverage industry.