DVM


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DVM

abbr.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

DVM

abbreviation for
(Education) Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

D.V.M.

or DVM,

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
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The Honeywell DVM offers smarter security and surveillance capabilities for complex building environments in the Middle East.
-President-elect: Brenda Stevens, DVM, North Carolina State College of Veterinary Medicine and Veterinary Hospital in Raleigh, North Carolina
Veterinary company The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) reported on Monday the appointment of Kent McClure, DVM, JD as chief of its Governmental Relations.
In another study, cardiologist Gregg Rapoport, DVM, at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine is evaluating a new orally administered anti-clotting drug called rivaroxaban, which has shown promise in treating people with heart disease.
Khan (DVM) got 2nd and Sami Khwaja stood on 3rd position.
DVM S system units come in small design for the internal and external units in comparison with other manufacturers, as it consumes smaller space and gives higher performance, while giving different temperatures in different areas.
DVM does not plant the sensors in tires, but rather in the second compartment of a cow's stomach.
The mean initial dorsoventral measurement (DVM) was 28.0 [+ or -] 0.6 mm (n = 190).
DVM Plus III is the latest version of our DVM series, and offers a comprehensive cost and energy efficient solution that fulfills all of the Braka Nuclear Power Plant project's air conditioning needs."
Identifying and Treating Anal Sac Adenocarcinomas in Dogs, by Meredith Gauthier, DVM, DACVIM, Lisa G.
This report provides a complete technical description of the DVM. Specifically, it provides a description of the specification, verification, and calibration/validation of the DVM for the passenger vehicle and heavy vehicle components, along with additional functionality enhancements.