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ROMRead-Only Memory
ROMRome (Amtrak station code; Rome, NY)
ROMRomania
ROMRomans
ROMRange Of Motion
ROMRomanian (language)
ROMRange of Movement
ROMRight on the Money
ROMRecord of Materials (construction)
ROMRest of Market
ROMRoyal Ontario Museum (Canada)
ROMRunes of Magic (gaming)
ROMRun of Mine
ROMReturn of the Member (credit union evaluation)
ROMRisk of Mortality
ROMRun of the Mill
ROMRough Order of Magnitude (estimate)
ROMRing Opening Metathesis
ROMReturn on Marketing
ROMRivers of Mud
ROMRupture Of Membrane
ROMRookie of the Month (various sports)
ROMRegister of Merit (title in animal shows)
ROMRecycled Organic Material (agriculture)
ROMRandom Oracle Model (cryptography)
ROMRead Only Memory
ROMRisk and Opportunity Management (various locations)
ROMRome, Italy - Leonardo Da Vinci / Fiumicino (Airport Code)
ROMRemote Operations Manager (software)
ROMRestriction of Movement
ROMRadio Organisatioun Medernach (Luxembourg radio station)
ROMReturn On Management
ROMRegister Of Marriage
ROMRegional Oxidant Model
ROMResults-Oriented Monitoring (EU)
ROMRecord of Merit
ROMResult Oriented Management (management system)
ROMRoutine Outcome Measurement (mental health)
ROMRefuel On the Move
ROMRio Algom, Ltd. (Canada)
ROMRead Only Message
ROMRepair Operations Manual (Jaguar)
ROMRegional Office Manager
ROMRaad van Overleg in de Metalektro (Dutch)
ROMRebels of Mankind (BattleField 2 clan)
ROMRight Otitis Media (infection of the eardrum)
ROMReasonable Order of Magnitude
ROMRoll-Over Mortgage (finance)
ROMRetail Operation Management (US Navy)
ROMRetention Office Manager (US DoD)
ROMRequest of Materials
ROMReception and Onward Movement
ROMReceived Output Message
ROMRandom Order of Magnitude (cost estimate)
ROMRifters of Matter (gaming guild)
ROMResource Optimization Management
ROMRate of Maxima
ROMRun-Of-Month
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* In this specific group of BRCA mutation carriers, this study did not demonstrate an increased risk of mortality from cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, or other causes associated with premature menopause from bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy.
We concluded that children with candidemia experienced a 10% increased risk of mortality and approximately 23 extra days in the hospital, compared with children without candidemia who were similar in many other observed characteristics such as age, gender, receipt of clinical procedures, and underlying chronic conditions, not "compared with children hospitalized for other reasons," as stated in the article.
Patients who smoked during the study period had a risk of mortality that was almost three times that of patients who quit.
The observational study of more than 15,400 people found that diets both low ( 70% energy) in carbohydrates were linked with an increase in mortality, while moderate consumers of carbohydrates (50-55% of energy) have the lowest risk of mortality.
The Pediatric Risk of Mortality (PRISM) score was developed from the Physiologic Stability Index (PSI) (2) to reduce the number of physiologic variables required for mortality risk assessment from 34 to 14 and to obtain an objective weighing of the remaining variables.
Usually, doctors and scientists claim that obese people are at a higher risk of mortality but a new study has found that obesity does not increase mortality risk.
A single episode of violence did not lead to a higher risk of mortality. Possible reasons for the link between domestic violence and poor birth outcomes include the role of blunt trauma to the fetus, elevated levels of maternal stress, poor physical health of the mother from violence and the deterrent effect of violence on maternal health care-seeking behaviour.
NEW ORLEANS -- A baseline hemoglobin [A.sub.lc] level that exceeds 8.5%, a prior clinical history of neuropathy, and/or use of aspirin may flag patients with type 2 diabetes who are at higher risk of mortality with intensive glycemia treatment.
"Since anemia is a marker of an underlying disorder, the etiology of the anemia may explain an increased risk of mortality," they wrote.
Cox proportional hazard ratios were used to analyze the risk of mortality in 503 participants who met the World Health Organization's 1999 criteria for diabetes, compared with the mortality risk of nondiabetic participants.
According to Hubbell, scientists calculate life years saved by first determining the risk of mortality from a given environmental threat according to both age and health status, then estimating the resultant life years lost from the population.