ONS

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AcronymDefinition
ONSOm Namah Shivaya (meditation chant)
ONSOffice for National Statistics (UK)
ONSOne Night Stand
ONSOld North State
ONSOnslaught (Unreal Tournament 2004)
ONSOperador Nacional do Sistema Eletrico (Brazil)
ONSOncology Nursing Society
ONSOffice of Nuclear Safety
ONSOffshore Northern Seas
ONSOccipital Nerve Stimulation (migraine treatment)
ONSOnboard Navigation System
ONSOral Nutritional Supplement
ONSOperational Navigation Chart
ONSOrchestra of New Spain (Dallas, TX)
ONSOptical Networking System
ONSObject Naming Service
ONSOperational Needs Statement
ONSOffice of Nursing Services (US VA)
ONSOMEGA Navigation System
ONSOptical Networking Services (Cisco)
ONSOptical Network Service
ONSOpen Network Services
ONSOne-Name Study (genealogy)
ONSOffice of Neighborhood Services (various locations)
ONSOulu Nice Soccer (female soccer team; Oulu, Finland)
ONSOpen Networking System
ONSOriental Numismatic Society
ONSOdyssey Nail Systems
ONSObservatoire National de la Sécurité et de l'Accessibilité des Établissements d'Enseignement (French: National Observatory for Safety and Accessibility of Educational Institutions)
ONSOrder of Nova Scotia
ONSOn Premise Station
ONSOnset Constraint
ONSOffice of NATO Standardization
ONSOrganized Neighbors of Summerhill (Atlanta, GA)
ONSLiverpool to Halifax Slow (routing designation; US Navy)
ONSOnline Needlework Shop
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The effects of an arginine-enriched oral nutritional supplement on chronic wound healing in non-malnourished patients: A multicentre case study in the Netherlands.
The effect of the high-calorie, high-protein oral nutritional supplement containing EPA on physical activity level (PAL) also has been explored (Moses et al., 2001).
Preoperative oral nutritional supplements consisting of lipid, carbohydrate, multivitamins and multiminerals given to a patient undergoing elective surgery helps in reducing the postoperative wound complications.
Nutritional Counselling and Oral Nutritional Supplements. All patients received nutritional counselling during RT or CRT.
In the study, investigators were able to determine differences in length of stay and cost of care by comparing hospital stays in which oral nutritional supplements were prescribed to hospital stays of similar conditions where oral nutritional supplements weren't prescribed.
It may be that this is due to greater use of oral nutritional supplements; but this topic needs further investigation."
If basic interventions don't resolve the resident's individual nutrition issues, high-protein, high-calorie oral nutritional supplements can be offered to help maintain or regain weight.
An article published in the American Journal of Managed Care suggested that giving patients oral nutritional supplements could help shorten people's stay in hospitals and reduce hospitalization costs.
When discharging a patient from hospital in Denmark with nutritional therapy such as either oral nutritional supplements or enteral nutrition, a special "nutrition prescription" is made for the patient to take to the pharmacy or to send to one of the companies who distribute nutrition for medical purposes.