GGW

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GGWGirls Gone Wild
GGWGprs Gateway
GGWGrid Gateway
GGWGuys Gone Wild
GGWGlascow (Amtrak station code; Glascow, MT)
GGWGesellschaft für Geowissenschaften
GGWGlasgow, MT, USA (Airport Code)
GGWGroep Geleide Wapens (Royal Netherlands Air Force Missile Group)
GGWGeeks Gone Wild
GGWGreen Games Watch
GGWGong Glass Works (Rochester, NY; est. 1979)
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One patient who presented with severe DKA and a low Glascow coma scale developed aspiration pneumonia that resolved with IV administration of antibiotics.
The admission Glascow Coma Scores (GCS) were 15 in 5 patients and 3-7 in 5 patients.
The primary outcome was death or disability, measured using the glascow outcome scale (GOS), at six months.
In addition, the SOFA and Glascow Coma Scale (GCS) scores before the operation were also noted.
In Edinburgh many of the students in the department were teachers, and, together with several colleagues, Halliday became involved both in teaching them and in running additional workshops for teachers in both Edinburgh and Glascow. Linguists had a lot to offer the teachers, he believed, but equally the teachers had a lot to offer him in developing his understandings about language and its use.
JULY 7: LDN 2018 CONFERENCE in Glascow, Scotland, UK.
Earlyprediction of acutepancreatitis: prospective study comparing computed tomography scans, Ranson, Glascow, Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II scores, and various serum markers.
[21] Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, Royal College of Physician and Surgeons of Glascow, and Royal College of Physician, Training and Certification, Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board (JRCPTB), 2017
Knowledge on the following facts could have made our research more complex: the length and dosage of AT and OACT may have an impact on the localization, size and volume of pICH; Glascow coma scale and Intracerebral hemorrhage score on admission are the best predictors of pICH outcome.
Latif represented Zamalek most of his career as a footballer and he played for Glascow Rangers in Scotland.
The patient's neurologic status rapidly deteriorated (Glascow Coma Scale score of 5), and he required intubation.
Glascow: Collins Gallery & The University of Glascow, 1999.