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AcronymDefinition
OPOOpenbaar Primair Onderwijs (Dutch: Public Primary Education)
OPOOpen Purchase Order (procurement)
OPOOrgan Procurement Organization
OPOOffice of Procurement Operations (US DHS)
OPOOphthalmic and Physiological Optics (publication; Wiley)
OPOOsaka Philharmonic Orchestra (Japan)
OPOOracle Power Objects
OPOOptical Parametric Oscillator(s)
OPOOffice of the Permanent Observer (Inter-Parliamentary Union)
OPOOvernight Pulse Oximetry (pulmonary disease)
OPOPorto, Portugal - Porto (Airport Code)
OPOOffice of Public Outreach (NASA)
OPOObservation Post Officer
OPOOther People's Opinions
OPOOne Person Operated
OPOOperations Order
OPOOpposite Polarity
OPOOffice of Provincial Outreach
OPOOPNAV Principal Official
OPOOvamboland People's Organization
OPOOffice of Personnel Operations
OPOOrbiter Project Office
OPOPsion OPL Output (executable file extension)
OPOOutpatient Observation
OPOOne Production Only (acting contracts)
OPOOperational Performance Objectives
OPOOrbiting Planetary Observatory
OPOOil Pressure Out
OPOOver-Pressure Operations
OPOOhio Peace Officer
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Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) introduced legislation that aims to deliver more life-saving organs to patients by establishing clear, accountable metrics for organ procurement organizations (OPOs).
The OPO signal output is tuneable between 1,000 and 1,600nm without optics changes.
[section] 486.320 (2018) (determining when OPO's are complying or violating requirements for organ procurement).
Four different PPLN crystals and mirror sets in the OPO cavity are used to cover the entire wavelength range of 2.3-5.1 pm.
Therefore, the fundamental cavity consisted of S1 of Nd:YV[O.sub.4] crystal and M2, and the OPO cavity consisted of M1 and M2.
* OPOs generally operate in specifically defined areas while tissue banks are free to roam - about half of the OPOs reported that more than one tissue banks operates in their area.
Two days to 1 day before organ recovery, the patient was administered cefazolin prophylactically in accordance with the OPO's procurement protocol.
where [D.sub.i] is the number of cadaveric organ donors obtained by the ith OPO; E is the expectation operator; [HD.sub.i] is the number of hospital deaths within the ith OPO's collection region; and [[lambda].sub.i] is a proportionality factor, where 0 [less than or equal to] [[lambda].sub.i] [less than or equal to] 1.
The OPO began registering the company perimeter with close artillery fire.
In order for an OPO to be successful, Healy indicates that it has to be logistically effective.
Of those, 398 (8%) were in areas with small OPOs (fewer than 100 listed patients) and 4,400 (92%) were in large OPO areas, said Dr.