TATS


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AcronymDefinition
TATSTime and Temperature Sensitive
TATSTotal Army Training System (now The Army Training System)
TATSThe Army Training System (formerly Total Army Training System)
TATSTotally Accurate Tank Simulator (gaming)
TATSTactical Airlift Training Squadron
TATSThink About the Scene (acting)
TATSTactical Armament Turret System
TATSTransportation Aviation Test and Support
TATSTactical Transmission System
TATSTerminal Acceptance Test Station
TATSTowed Array Test Set
TATSTransient-Effect Area Test Signal
TATSTest Access and Testing System (Telcordia)
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A tier 3/community laboratory CD4 service was piloted at the existing De Aar NHLS laboratory to address the historically poor CD4 TAT and gaps in service.
In the first chapter ("Introduction"), Authier presents a history of the Mountain Jews, elucidates the historical development of Judeo-Tat, and gives a list of the essential divergences of Judeo-Tat from other Tat dialects and from Persian.
Table 2 shows the improved TATs for positive cultures collected from patients m our critical care units and in our Emergency Department.
The welterweight, 29, consulted with Becks, 33, over the 4x4inch tat on Ricky's right shoulder - and Becks helped the boxer come up with the regal lion motif.
Hayek (1986) assessed general education teachers' attitude toward TATs by administering a nine-item survey to educators from 100 randomly selected schools with TATs (n = 1,251).
As a result of these technical innovations, analyzer throughput and assay TAT are now dependent on such factors as (a) tests ordered on samples, (b) the number of samples loaded on a analyzer, and (c) the STAT-vs-routine ratio.
Modeling results for hemoglobin and potassium TATs by ANOVA are shown in Table 2.
AIDS investigators embracing this century-old strategy argue that the HIV protein Tat is also a secreted toxin, one that dangerously subdues the immune system.
In the lab, the focus to improve the workflow of ED chest-pain patients has been in troponin TATs.
We use a percentage goal to measure how many outliers occurred, and look for a completely satisfactory measure of performance on outlier TATs.
We needed data to determine the "ideal" and "minimal" acceptable TATs according to clients--the physicians, nurses, and respiratory therapists (RTs) most affected.
As TATs have decreased, clients' expectations have risen.