SENIC

AcronymDefinition
SENICStudy on the Efficacy of Nosocomial Infection Control
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We hypothesize, based on the international literature (Edelman, 1993; Herek et al., 2010; Hertzog, 1996; Perrella et al., 2012; Schaffner & Senic, 2006), that LGB+ individuals will be more likely to vote Labour and the Greens over National, as both parties are considered to be more liberal, and were supportive of marriage equality (Singh & Ball, 2013).
The SENIC ProjectStudy on the efficacy of nosocomial infection control (SENIC Project).
Geomarketing is a novelty in marketing field which allows optimization of the market via spatial analysis (Senic 2009).
Sunday morning there will be a photo shoot, show and shine then a local senic cruise for more photos.
SENIC business (Still Evolving, Now In Crisis) is the subject of this book.
Por otro lado, segun lo manifiesta el clasico estudio SENIC (7, 9, 21) "la sola implementacion de programas simples para medicion y control de IH, hace posible reducir la tasa de IH incluso hasta en un 32%".
The Study on the Efficacy of Nosocomial Infection Control (SENIC) assessed more than 100 000 surgery cases to identify and validate risk factors for infection.
Concern over hospital-acquired infections led to the major undertaking of the Study on the Efficacy of Nosocomial Infection Control (SENIC) to prove that reduction in such infections was not only life saving but cost effective (8), which provided a scientific foundation for 21st-century efforts such as the 100,000 Lives Campaign (9).
Kimura refers to a survey in 1976 by the Study of the Efficacy of Nosocomial Infection Control (SENIC) in the U.S.A., which found that nosocomial infections prolonged hospital stay by an average of 3.6 days per case.
En el metodo de prediccion SENIC, la variable cirugia abdominal fue la mas frecuente y de mayor sensibilidad, mientras que en el NNIS, el mejor predictor fue cirugia prolongada.