COI

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AcronymDefinition
COICommission de l'Océan Indien (French: Indian Ocean Commission; various nations)
COICenter of Interest (photography)
COIConflict Of Interest
COICommunity of Interest
COICity of Industry (California)
COIChurch of India (Columbia, MD)
COIChurch of Ireland
COICertificate of Insurance (insurance)
COICopy of Insurance
COIChain of Information
COICountry of Origin Information
COIControl of Infection
COICertificate of Incorporation
COIComité Olimpico Internacional (Spanish: International Olympic Committee)
COICentral Office of Information
COICauses of Infection
COICompound of Interest
COICircles of Interest
COICommunity of Influence (real estate)
COICenters of Influence
COICertificate of Inspection
COICollege of Informatics (various universities)
COICircle of Influence (marketing)
COICloak of Invisibility (science fiction)
COIConnersville (Amtrak station code; Connersville, IN)
COIConsiglio Oleicolo Internazionale (Italian: International Olive Oil Council)
COICompetition of Ideas (Ministry of Defense; UK)
COIChemicals of Interest (US DHS)
COICurrent of Injury (cardiology)
COICommittee on Instruction
COICytochrome Oxidase I
COICo-Installer
COICo-Investigator
COICommencement of Injection (auto engine)
COICommission Océanographique Intergouvernementale (French: Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission; UNESCO)
COICertified Online Instructor
COICost of Illness
COICourt of Inquiry
COIConfirmed Opt-In (email mailing list regiatration confirmation procedure)
COICenter for Open Innovation (University of California, Berkeley)
COICost of Insurance
COICoordinator Of Information
COICorinne Orbach Immobilier (French real estate company)
COICardiac Output Index
COIComplément d'Objet Indirect (French: Indirect Object; grammar)
COICentre for Organisation and Innovation (Economic and Social Research Council; UK)
COICourse Of Instruction
COICommunity Outreach, Inc. (Oregon)
COICoastal Ocean Institute (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
COIComando Operativo Interforze (Italian: Operational Interforces Command)
COICertificate of Irradiation (sterility validation process)
COICoefficient of Inbreeding
COICommittee on Information
COICone of Influence (symbolic model checking procedure)
COICommittee on Infrastructure (India)
COICritical Operational Issue
COIComposite Optics Inc.
COIContango Operators, Inc. (Houston, TX)
COICommunity Options Inc.
COIConstituents of Interest
COICertificate of Identicality
COIConsent of Instructor (coursework authorization)
COICost of Investment
COIContact of Interest
COICurrent Operating Income (finance)
COICareer Orientation Inventory
COICause of Insanity (band)
COICut-Off Index (medicine)
COICanadian Outcomes Institute
COICriticomm Operating Instructions (telecommuniations)
COIColoboma of Iris, Choroid, and Retina
COICountry of Interest
COICrossroads Online Institute
COICongregation of Israel
COIChief of Installation
COICoast Orbital Insertion (NASA)
COICustomer-Owned Inventory
COICurriculum of Instruction
COICommission of Integrity (Iraq)
COICritical Operations Issues
COIClass Of Interface
COIChief Of Implementation
COIChief of Initiatives
COICommunications Operating Instruction
COIContinuous Optical Irradiation
COIContractor Operating Instructions
COICurrent Operations and Intelligence
COICertificate of Installation
COICoalition of Itan (gaming guild)
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There were statistically insignificant relationships of age group, sex and cost of illness with disability-adjusted-life-years (P > 0.05).
Cost of illness studies were conducted using two methods: (i) Top-down method: This method calculates the national costs of a disease using data banks such as those provided by the National Office of Statistics.
Important to form the cost of illness TABLE 5: Comparison of findings on costs of PD in selected studies.
In Poland, the application of the cost of illness studies and economic evaluation techniques to the decision making process within the health care sector is a relatively new process (the National Agency for Health Technology Assessment (Agencja Oceny Technologii Medycznych i Taryfikacji) was established in Poland in 2005).
Cost of illness was estimated by dengue reported cases for the last six years 2003-2008 and chikungunya cases reported for the period of 2006-2008.
Annual cost of illness and quality-adjusted life year losses in the United States due to 14 foodborne pathogens.
It is the associated cost of illness, health insurance, and so on.
Parameters whose distributions were most certain (cost data from a local cost of illness study) were assigned log-normal distributions.
Between 2005 and 2020, the accumulated cost of illness and injury linked to pesticides in small scale farming in sub-Saharan Africa could reach USD 90 billion.
Cost of illness: A critical review of estimation methodologies