OPSI


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OPSIOffice of Public Sector Information (UK)
OPSIOperations Strategies for Industry
OPSIOverwhelming Post-Splenectomy Infection
OPSIOhio Patient Safety Institute (Ohio Health Council)
OPSIOpen PC Server Integration
OPSIOccidental Power Services Inc. (Houston, TX)
OPSIOffice of Personnel Systems Integrity (US DHHS)
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The six winners of OPSI 2017 were divided into three teams of science projects.
Although no patients experienced OPSI in our series, the short follow-up period and high rate of loss to follow-up limit our ability to infer long-term outcomes in our patients.
Abbreviations ABMR: Antibody-mediated rejection eGFR: Estimated glomerular filtration rate OPSI syndrome: Overwhelming postsplenectomy infection syndrome IVIG: Intravenous immunoglobulins.
However, splenectomy combined with resection of other abdominal organs was found to be associated with high postoperative morbidities such as overwhelming postsplenectomy infection (OPSI), subphrenic abscess formation, hypercoagulability, and even increased risk of cancer [3, 23, 24].
(11,12) There has been an increased tendency in recent years towards splenic preservation to prevent not only the risk of subsequent overwhelming post-splenectomy infection (OPSI), but also the long-term risk of cardiovascular complications.
We diagnosed her as having pneumococcal meningitis and OPSI syndrome.
From August 2010, the OPSI/HMSO website is being replaced by www.legislation.gov.uk managed by the National Archives, although the OPSI pages are still available.
It will be replaced by a Creative Commons type licence, devised by the Office of Public Sector Information (OPSI), which is already used on data.gov.uk.
(4,5) With better understanding of immunological functions of the spleen, however, and the role of the spleen in clearing encapsulated organisms from the bloodstream, postoperative vaccination and the use of prophylactic antimicrobials against encapsulated organisms has become mandatory in all splenectomised patients to prevent overwhelming post-splenectomy infection (OPSI).