DCVD: Division of Cardiovascular Diseases


What does DCVD mean? DCVD stands for Division of Cardiovascular Diseases. If you are visiting our non-English version and want to see the English version of Division of Cardiovascular Diseases, please scroll down to the bottom and you will see the meaning of Division of Cardiovascular Diseases in English language. Keep in mind that the abbreviation of DCVD is widely used in industries like banking, computing, educational, finance, governmental, and health. In addition to DCVD, Division of Cardiovascular Diseases may be short for other acronyms.

DCVD = Division of Cardiovascular Diseases

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DCVD: Division of Cardiovascular Diseases

Meanings of DCVD in English

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Definition in English: Division of Cardiovascular Diseases

Other Meanings of DCVD

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