AMTS

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AMTSAdvanced Mobile Telephone System
AMTSAccess for Mobile Transport System
AMTSAdvanced Mobile Telephone Service
AMTSAdvanced Mobile Telephone System (radio communication)
AMTSAdvanced Manufacturing Technology Show (trade show)
AMTSAbbreviated Mental Test Score
AMTSAdvanced Manufacturing Technology Strategy
AMTSAutomated Maritime Telecommunications System
AMTSAhmedabad Municipal Transport Service
AMTSAhmedabad Municipal Transport Service (India)
AMTSAustralian Mechanical Transport Service
AMTSAdvanced Moving Target Simulator
AMTSAustralian Morbidity and Treatment Survey
AMTSAdvanced Moisture and Temperature Sounder
AMTSAutomated Manifest Tracking System
AMTSAdvanced Magnesium Technologies & Solutions
AMTSAdvanced Multiplex Test System (US Army)
AMTSAutonomic Manager Toolset (IBM)
AMTSAdult Medicine Teaching Service
AMTSAviation Maintenance Tracking System
AMTSAutomated Material Transport System
AMTSAllied Movement and Transportation System
AMTSAviation Multipurpose Training System (US Navy)
AMTSAerated non-oily wastewater Membrane Treatment System
AMTSAviation Maintenance Technical School
AMTSAviation Multi-Purpose Training System
AMTSAssociated Member of Technical Staff
AMTSArmy Multiplex Tool Set
AMTSArmor Moving Target System
AMTSAgricultural Modeling and Training Systems, LLC (Lansing, NY)
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Sub-group analysis of patients compliant with the energy supplement ([is greater than] 50% consumed) revealed that patients receiving active supplementation had a significant improvement in their Hodkinson's abbreviated mental test score (MTS) (+1.25 active; -0.01 placebo; 95% CI +0.26, +2.25, p = 0.02).
The abbreviated mental test score showed 60% scoring abnormally (0-7/10) including 29% who scored 0-4.
An abbreviated mental test score [7] was administered by the two observers and a medical history was taken, including past medical diagnoses, such as stroke, urinary symptoms, present medications, circumstances of fall, duration of lie, site of fracture and living accommodation.
Cognitive and functional ability were assessed using the abbreviated mental test score (AMTS) [4] and the Barthel Index (BI) [5], respectively.
Extended ADL scores at 6 months after discharge from hospital were independently predicted by the Barthel ADL score at discharge from hospital, the age of the patient, previous mobility, time spent in hospital for the stroke, the abbreviated mental test score at discharge and whether the patient was living alone or not.
Acute confusion, defined as recent loss of cognitive function with a lowered standard abbreviated mental test score.
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