A study released on Tuesday by the Wall Street Journal and the Brookings Institution shows that Americans use the term “ppc” roughly three times as often as “pcs,” the term for the medical equipment company.
The study also found that while there are several other popular phrases that can be associated with the term, the word “pvc” was by far the most popular.
The Wall Street report looked at the word, which has been used by healthcare providers to describe various types of health equipment.
“In the words of the American Medical Association, pvc ‘is a type of rubber-type covering and is used in a wide variety of applications,” the study reads.
The report also found several other terms that are related to the term.
It used to be used by medical providers to refer to medical devices that are connected to a device that is plugged into a machine, or a system that monitors the health of an individual.
In a 2011 study, the medical community defined the term as the type of electrical power that supplies the device.
The word “electrical” was also used by the medical profession in reference to the devices that provide the electrical current that powers the machine or the system.
In the study, researchers looked at 5,300 US adults and found that the word was used at a rate of roughly three per second.
The study looked at terms that were related to medical equipment, like the word for “electronic” and the term used by doctors, “pets.”
It did not look at terms related to other medical products, such as the word used to describe surgical instruments, the term that is used for the equipment that connects to a surgical instrument, or the term doctors used to refer their patients.
The word “psc” has a history of being used by American healthcare providers.
In the 1930s, the American College of Surgeons used the term to refer specifically to the type and grade of medical equipment that doctors used.
The American Medical Protective Association (AMA) has a similar history.
In 2011, the AMA issued guidelines that encouraged doctors to refer patients to medical professionals for treatment.
The guidelines were later changed to recommend that medical professionals refer to patients for medical procedures when a physician is not available.
The AMA has since stopped using the word to refer healthcare providers and instead uses “peds.”
The American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons are also pushing back against the usage of the term in the healthcare industry.
In a statement, the APA said the term was “a useful, but antiquated, term that was used by some medical providers as a term of endearment.”
“Many physicians, including those in orthopedic medicine, used the word pvc as a way to refer only to medical instruments,” the statement read.
“Physicians who do not use the word can be referred to as a pcs.”