cNOS


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AcronymDefinition
cNOSConstitutive Nitric Oxide Synthase
cNOSChange Number of Stations
cNOSCentro Nazionale Opere Salesiane (Italian: National Center for Salesian Works; Rome, Italy)
cNOSChange Number of Sessions
cNOSCatalytic Nitric Oxide Synthase
cNOSCanadian Nitric Oxide Society (Ontario, Canada)
cNOSCorporate Network Operating System
cNOSCommunications Network Operating System
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During the training, the concept of standard work resonated with a chief nursing officer (CNO).
Design 1.0 also lists the CNOs view of Navy "core attributes of our profession" as consisting of "integrity, accountability, initiative, and toughness." These are distinct from the also-cited Navy core values of honor, courage, and commitment.
CNOs in rural health settings need to create practice settings that provide resources and support nurses in their efforts to design and deliver excellent patient care.
The focus was to bring together the decision makers in healthcare facilities along with clinical nurses, clinical supervisors/managers, CNOs and financial staff to talk about barriers to safe staffing and share exemplars.
We need more nurses to get involved--more informaticists, more researchers, more CNOs or directors of nursing, more CNIOs, more vendors, and so on.
In this, CIOs and especially CMIOs, along with CMOs, CNOs, and other leaders of patient care organizations, will surely be the collective glue that will hold this industry-wide venture together, as providers move forward to rework patient care itself.
It's imperative that ClOs and CMIOs--as well as CEOs, CMOs, CNOs, and CFOs--have an understanding of everything that can be done with data.
These effects are at least partially mediated by the increased production of NO due to the constitutive nitric oxide synthase (cNOS) activity being elevated close to the pre-OVX level [18, 28].
NO is a gaseous reactive oxygen species synthesized by the oxidation of L-arginine to L-citrulline, catalyzed by a group of NO synthases (NOS) which can be either inducible (iNOS) or constitutive (cNOS).
Extensive simulations are done at various CNOS submicron technology nodes such as 90 nm, 65 nm, and 45 nm.