CtOS


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CtOSCentral Operating System (city software)
CtOSConnective Tissue Oncology Society
CtOSConvergent Technologies Operating System
CtOSCounter Terrorism Operations Support (Nevada)
CtOSComputerized Tomography Operating System
CtOSConfigure to Order Services (Advantech)
CtOSCommunity Trust of Southland (New Zealand)
CtOSCorps Tactical Operations System
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Cleveland Clinic researchers studied the issue closely and found that patients who meet certain criteria may gain tremendous benefit from CTO revascularization.
At the same time, CTOs faced an increasingly complex landscape within which priorities had to be defined.
In considering whether to introduce legislation for CTOs, the potential clinical benefits to patients and their families have to be weighed against the undoubted curtailment of liberty in an already marginalised and stigmatised patient group.
The BridgePoint Medical CTO system-comprised of the CrossBoss CFO Crossing Catheter and the Stingray CTO Re-Entry System--is designed to navigate highly diseased (occluded) coronary arteries and restore healthy blood flow.
The CTO Telecom Summit brings together CTOs, CIOs, network specialists and wireless industry leaders from the nation's largest and most innovative service providers to discuss critical IT topics and trends currently affecting the industry.
The Advocate submission also advised that appropriate checks and balances should be included in legislation to reduce the impact of CTOs on patients' rights under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
International Resource News-March 12, 2012--BPL Global(R), Ltd's CTO receives top honour(C)1994-2012 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
However, Hafal's members would not want to see a change of policy which led to more CTOs being imposed except to the extent that patients support the use of CTOs where they are used instead of continued detention in hospital because they are a lesser form of compulsion.
As health systems increase in size and strides toward meaningful use are being taken, the landscape is primed for the chief technology officer (CTO) to step in and take the reins of day-to-day IT operations.
Wyman highlighted that the FAST-CTOs study included more difficult (longer length) total occlusions while achieving a significantly higher success rate and lower adverse event rate as compared to other CTO clinical trials.
We undertook this effort to empower CTOs and other educators with the information they need to provide visionary 21st [century] district technology leadership."