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AcronymDefinition
ACLSAdvanced Cardiac Life Support
ACLSAmerican Council of Learned Societies (New York, NY)
ACLSAnnals of Clinical and Laboratory Science (publication; Association of Clinical Scientists)
ACLSAdult and Community Learning Services
ACLSAcrocallosal Syndrome
ACLSAssociation of Canada Lands Surveyors
ACLSAir Cushion Landing System
ACLSAll-weather Carrier Landing System
ACLSAuto Carrier Landing System
ACLSAutomated Control & Landing System
ACLSAutoshift Common Low Side
ACLSAutomated/Automatic Carrier Landing System
ACLSAnticardiolipin Syndrome (blood clotting disorder)
ACLSAdvanced Computer Lab for Shipbuilding (University of New Orleans)
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We urge the workers of tomorrow to consider applying for a scholarship from ACLS and enjoy a great occupation."
A torn ACL is the bane of elite athletes and weekend warriors alike.
The other three chapters contain the basic information for ACLS knowledge.
"This new partnership with ACLS Certification Institute is a great benefit for our members because it allows them to save valuable time and money on several important certifications," said Dr.
Those who had torn their ACLs had experienced noncontact injuries, meaning the injury occurred during some sort of movement of the body rather than because of a blow to the knee.
That would be the anterior cruciate ligament, better known as the ACL.
He presented the first pilot study of TNK in patients with cardiac arrest refractory to standard ACLS interventions.
For an ACLS approach and ILS with PAR monitor, the minimums are 260 feet, one-half-mile visibility.
In the Aerobics Center Longitudinal Study (ACLS), a total of 25,341 men were followed for an average of 8.4 years and 7,080 women for 7.5 years following a baseline preventive medical exam that included a maximal exercise test.
D'Arms as the next President of the ACLS. He will assume the presidency on September 1, 1997.
Bronner says she doesn't know any other dancer or athlete who is performing on two broken ACLs. How does Roxas do it?
The following mnemonics were developed over years of instructing and directing Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) courses.