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RV

abbr.
1. recreational vehicle
2. reentry vehicle
3. Revised Version

rv

abbreviation for
(Statistics) random variable

RV

abbreviation for
1. (Automotive Engineering) chiefly US recreational vehicle
2. (Bible) Revised Version (of the Bible)

RV

1. recreational vehicle.
2. Revised Version (of the Bible).
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.RV - a motorized wheeled vehicle used for camping or other recreational activitiesRV - a motorized wheeled vehicle used for camping or other recreational activities
camping bus, motor home, camper - a recreational vehicle equipped for camping out while traveling
beach buggy, dune buggy - a recreational vehicle with large tires used on beaches or sand dunes
self-propelled vehicle - a wheeled vehicle that carries in itself a means of propulsion
Translations

RV

[ˌɑːrˈviː]
abbr (=revised version) traduction anglaise de la Bible de 1885
n abbr (US) (=recreational vehicle) → véhicule m de loisir
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Residual volume in the nasogastric tube was also checked more frequently after the education sessions; 18% of patients were checked 3 times per shift, whereas only 3% of patients were checked that often before the sessions.
appearance of aspirate observed during residual volume measurements
Use of residual volume as a marker for enteral feeding intolerance: prospective blinded comparison with physical examination and radiographic findings.
There appears to be more than enough harvest area times the residual volume in the Coastal Plain to provide all the wood chip mill harvest.
After she voids, we have the nurse catheterize the patient again to check for residual volume.
Urodynamic tests and measurement of post-void residual volume may be needed in patients with complex medical history, such as neurogenic bladder, and in those desiring invasive therapies (i.
The compact NanoClave combines a straight fluid path and a residual volume of only 0.
Specifically, RePneu LVRC subjects experienced a mean improvement in Six-Minute Walk Test of 62 meters; a 12% increase in FEV1, a 10% decrease in Residual Volume and a decrease of 12 points in the St.
Total lung capacity drops about 10 percent by age 70, and residual volume increases approximately 20 percent by age 60.
Although most pulmonary function parameters were normal, the researchers found a triad of pulmonary abnormalities: decreased small airway flow in 79% of patients, increased residual volume in 76%, and decreased oxygen diffusion capacity in 66%.
There were no significant differences between the groups in the amount of residual volume obtained.