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MOSMilitary Occupational Specialty (US Army)
MOSMetal-Oxide Semiconductor
MOSMicrosoft Office Specialist
MOSMean Opinion Score
MOSMinistry of Sound (London Night Club)
MOSMuseum of Science (Boston, MA)
MOSMan of Steel (aka The Man of Steel; also seen as TMOS)
MOSMan On the Street (type of interview)
MOSMargin of Safety
MOSManual of Style
MOSMates of State (band)
MOSMy Oracle Support (software)
MOSMambo Open Source
MOSMiracle of Science (science fiction)
MOSMaterial On Site
MOSMedical Outcomes Study
MOSMoment of Silence
MOSMotorways of the Sea (EU)
MOSModel Output Statistics
MOSMeasure of Success (Joint Commission; Oakbrook Terrace, IL)
MOSMaster Operating System
MOSMultiuser Operating System
MOSMultiprogramming Operating System
MOSModular Optical Scanner
MOSMobile Office Support
MOSMinimum Operating System
MOSMetal Oxide Semiconductor
MOSManaged Objects
MOSMobile Office System
MOSMission Operation System
MOSMobile Office Suite
MOSMagneto Optic Storage
MOSManagement Operating System
MOSMetal-Oxide-Silicon
MOSMotor Operated Switch
MOSMade of Steel
MOSMission Operations System (US NASA)
MOSMilitary One Source (US DoD)
MOSMember of the Opposite Sex
MOSMedical Office Specialist
MOSMaryland Ornithological Society (Baltimore, MD)
MOSMobile Operating System
MOSMaintenance Operations Squadron
MOSMother of Sorrows (New York Catholic school)
MOSMulti-Object Spectrograph
MOSMarine Observation Satellite
MOSMom over Shoulder (texting; aka Mother over Shoulder)
MOSMacintosh Operating System
MOSMedia Object Server
MOSMulti-Object Spectrometer
MOSMinimum Operable Segment (rail transit construction planning; various locations)
MOSMarried out of Society (Quaker religion)
MOSMultimedia Operating System (First Virtual Corporation)
MOSMu Online Server
MOSMember of the Service (NYPD Sworn Officer)
MOSMonthly Oil and Gas Statistics (database)
MOSMake Out Session
MOSMatter of Size
MOSManual of Standards
MOSMedical Office Software, Inc. (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
MOSMonthly Operational Summary
MOSManaged Office Solutions (UK)
MOSMember of Service (police)
MOSMittelstandskinder Ohne Strom (band, German: Middle-Class Children Without Energy)
MOSMichigan Office Solutions (est. 1957)
MOSMission of Service
MOSMajor Orthopedic Surgery
MOSMinimum Operating Strip
MOSMic-O-Say (Tribe)
MOSMic-O-Say (Honor Camping Society of the Heart of America Council, Boy Scouts of America)
MOSMargin on Services (insurance)
MOSMIDS on Ship (Multifunctional Information Distribution System)
MOSMethod of Statement
MOSMode Of Shipment
MOSMini Operating System
MOSMajor Operating System
MOSMulti-Beam Optical Sensor
MOSMichael O'Neal Singers (Roswell, GA)
MOSMarineoperationsschule (German Navy school)
MOSMother of Our Savior (Detroit, MI grade school, now defunct)
MOSMilitary Occupation Skill
MOSMassachusetts Orchid Society
MOSMethod Of Supply
MOSMichigan Orchid Society (Ann Arbor, MI)
MOSMobility Operations School
MOSMilitary Operations Specialist (FAA)
MOSMy Own Science (education program)
MOSMetal Oxide Substrate
MOSManaged Operations Services (various companies)
MOSMountain Ocean Sea (Japanese burger chain)
MOSMaintenance Out of Service
MOSManually Operated Switch (railroads)
MOSMinimum Operating Standard
MOSMaritime Observation Satellite
MOSMotion Omit Sound (TV term for silent film or tape)
MOSMute on Sound
MOSManned Orbital Station
MOSMinimum Operational Sensitivity
MOSMaintenance Override Switch
MOSMarked Out of Stock
MOSMarine Occupational Standard
MOSManagement Operations Staff
MOSManual Observing System
MOSMilitary Oceanography Subcommittee
MOSMalibu Orchid Society, Inc.
MOSMit Out Sprechen/Sound (without speech; German/English movie term for shot without dialog)
MOSMeasure Of Suitability/Stability
MOSMapping Ocean Sanctuaries (Center for Image Processing in Education)
MOSMadonna of the Streets
MOSMinus Optical Strip (acting)
MOSMANTIS (Multimodal Networks of In-Situ Sensors) Operating System (open source software)
MOSMaterial Ordering Schedule
MOSModulated Orthogonal Sequence
MOSMilitary Obligated Service
MOSMaterials Ordering System
MOSMonitor Only Stations
MOSMultiplex Out of Sync (Hekimian)
MOSMission Operational Specialty
MOSMorph Operating System
MOSMain Object Size
MOSMultifunctional Operator System
MOSMovable Oil Saturation
MOSManually Out of Service
MOSModine Operating System (Modine Manufacturing Co.)
MOSModetti Office Services (Singapore)
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The efficacy of traditional anticoagulants in preventing VTE in patients undergoing major orthopedic surgery and in hospitalized acutely ill medical patients is well established [5, 8-11].
Primary VTE Prevention after Major Orthopedic Surgery. Te use of dabigatran etexilate as a VTE prophylactic agent in major orthopedic surgery was evaluated in four phase III randomized, double-blind, noninferiority studies, the RE-MOBILIZE, REMODEL, RE-NOVATE, and RENOVATE II trials.
Patients undergoing major orthopedic surgery are at increased risk of developing a dangerous blood clot that blocks veins, which is known as venous thromboembolism (VTE).
The favourable benefit-to-risk profile observed with semuloparin compared to enoxaparin in the classic major orthopedic surgery model supports the further evaluation of semuloparin as VTE preventative therapy in other areas including oncology, as VTE is a known complication in patients with cancer.
Surgical procedures associated with the highest bleeding risk include coronary artery bypass and valve procedures, intracranial and spinal surgery, major vascular surgery, major orthopedic surgery, major cancer surgery, and prostate and bladder surgery.
Combined intrathecal and Epidural Magnesium sulfate supplementation of spinal anesthesia to reduce postoperative analgesic Requirements: A prospective, Randomized, double blind, Controlled Trial in patients undergoing major orthopedic surgery Acta Anaesthesiol Scand 2007; 51: 482-9.
Fondaparinux has been tested for the prophylaxis of major orthopedic surgery. In a metaanalysis of over 7,000 patients, there was greater than 50% risk reduction when fondaparinux was begun 6 hours after surgery, compared with LMWH begun 12-24 hours after surgery.
The incidence of objectively confirmed deep venous thrombosis in hospitalized patients is at least 10% in general medical and surgical patients and as high as 60% after major orthopedic surgery. Preventive interventions such as thromboembolism prevention are becoming a focus of national quality improvement measures because of the large potential reduction in morbidity and mortality.