ORT


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AcronymDefinition
ORTOxford Reading Tree (UK)
ORTOral Rehydration Therapy
ORTOpen Road Tolling (electronic toll roadways)
ORTOperation Restore Trust
ORTOperational Readiness Test
ORTOngoing Reliability Test(ing)
ORTOrganization for Educational Resources and Technological Training
ORTOzark Regional Transit (Arkansas)
ORTObject Relations Technique
ORTObject Recognition Test
ORTOptical Relay Tube
ORTOther Recurrent Transactions
ORTObschestvo Remeslenovo i Zemledelcheskovo Trouda (Russian: The Society for Trades and Agricultural Labour)
ORTOrthodromic Reciprocating Tachycardia (cardiology)
ORTOperational Readiness Training
ORTObshchestvennoe Rossiiskoe Televidenie (Russian Public Television)
ORTOverland Radar Technology
ORTOrigin Rail Terminal
ORTOperationally Ready Time
ORTOver Roof-Top (electromagnetic wave propagation)
ORTOperational Reliability Test
ORTOperation Room Technician (medical)
ORTOwners Requirement Table (AVIONICS)
ORTOperational Requirements Tool
ORTOperand Rename Table
ORTOptimized Reverse-Tree
ORTOpioid Replacement Therapy (medical procedure)
ORTOld Republic Title (real estate title insurance)
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It may also prompt clinicians to consider the broader aspects involved in facilitating ORT to shape their future approach to access management.
After refinement of the ORT, which is currently in the public domain and available to physicians, the tool might expand to 15 questions--a short-enough questionnaire that patients can fill out in 2 or 3 minutes.
We reviewed the literature on oral fluid replacement in burns but found only one report on the use of ORT in burns in humans, which treated burns (10-20%) in children.
Ort said: "Elevated carbon dioxide is creating a global warming effect that in turn is driving other climate change factors such as precipitation patterns.
An ICU ORT is a method for increasing patient safety.
Given the results of this study, communities and institutions in the developed world need to learn from our colleagues in the developing world about how to use ORT effectively, they say.
For example, while ORT and water and sanitation interventions are more effective than either breastfeeding promotion or vaccinations in reducing morbidity and mortality, they are less cost-effective.
As Shirley Ort, associate provost and director of Scholarships and Student Aid, explains, "Every scholarship gift (regardless of how large or small) is acknowledged promptly by a thank you from our office.
We are proud that our efforts in educating Congress on this matter have resulted in the formation of the ORT task force.
Among data supporting ORT are those from a study in which 73 children aged 8 weeks to 3 years who presented to an urban pediatric emergency department with mild to moderate (5%-10%) dehydration were randomized to receive either IVF or ORT (Pediatrics 2005;115:295-301).