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AcronymDefinition
POLSPolitical Science (course prefix)
POLSPrinciple of Least Surprise (Ruby programming language)
POLSProvisioning On-Line System
POLSPolicy Organization and Leadership Studies (Stanford University)
POLSPostoperative Length of Stay (various organizations)
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Generally speaking, POLs are easier to installed because they are simpler consisting mainly of fiber optics passing through splitters that deliver services to the user faceplates (to which their equipment is attached).
Specifically tailored for board designers using the latest generation of high-powered processors, our latest POL module raises the bar and sets a new standard for current density, said Karim Wassef, embedded power product line leader, GE s Critical Power business.
He said the Post Office should increase the range of services on offer at POLs and improve staff training.
Some facets of NA for POLs are to ensure these labs utilize an effective communication system, are enrolled in proficiency testing, perform quality control, and employ competent personnel.
COLA is a non-profit, federally approved educational and accreditation organization for POLs.
In chapter 3 Pols outlines what he calls "seven dogmas of the linguistic consensus," for example, the dogma that "knowledge consists of a system of propositions" (p.
Moreover, the requirement that the services be billed by the POL also calls into question whether POLs can provide clinical laboratory services "under arrangement" to hospitals, for which Medicare requires the hospital to bill for the services.
Anemia tests and markers including B12/folate, serum iron, total iron binding capacity (TIBC) and ferritin largely round out the POL market for anemia tests Test demand remains high due to demographic aging as well as the clinical prevalence of anemia and available remedial treatments able to be initiated by primary care practitioners.
When we started this study in 1991, little was known about the status of POLs in Minnesota.
In addition, it appears that HCFA has failed to consider the technology available to POLs.
The reference design kit is shipped with a complete development tool suite enabling users to modify the POL application code as desired.
Common parameters on low-volume chemistry analyzers used in POLs include ALT, AST, GGT, ALP, AMY, blood urea nitrogen (BUN), creatinine, electrolytes, glucose, bilirubin, and uric acid.