RLOS

AcronymDefinition
RLOSRadio Line Of Sight
RLOSReceive Loss of Sync
RLOSRemote Loss of Signal
RLOSRehabilitation Length of Stay
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Faculty were asked to develop RLOs, the program deliverable, as standardized curriculum material with global content they and other faculty could implement into content-specific courses.
RLOs are "banked" on our university's institutional server and downloaded to course websites or shown in face-to-face classes.
Quando comparados com pacientes que foram internados com quadro de TCE moderado e leve, estes tambem evoluiram com maiores comprometimentos dos niveis cognitivos (RLOS), do comprometimento funcional (DRS) e da capacidade funcional global (GOSE) (Tabela 1).
Formal instructional settings, such as nursing, pharmacy, and physician assistant professions, have reportedly been using RLOs with targeted learners due to shifts in discipline-wide curriculum practices that limit the time and exposure given to some topics (Lymn et al., 2008; Windle et al., 2011).
The RLOS was defined as the time from admission to the SGH inpatient rehabilitation unit to discharge to home, subacute rehabilitation facility, or a nursing home.
Each scatterer has equal time delay at 0[degrees] aspect angle in the absence of nutation because of the equal distance projected onto RLOS. Thus, the range profiles measured using different pulses (= cross-range bins) are invariant while those at 45[degrees] and 90[degrees] vary significantly due to the time-varying distance of the scatterer (Fig.
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"RLOs increase our understanding of issues on the ground," said Ambassador Scot A.
Wilson, Div of Viral Hepatitis, National Center for HIV, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention; Nilka Rlos Burrows, MPH, Pamela Allweiss, MD, Div of Diabetes Translation, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, CDC.
ALUJA, M., CELEDONIO-HURTADO, H., LIEDO, P., CABRERA, M., CASTILLO, F., GUILLEN, J., AND RLOS, E.