UOR

AcronymDefinition
UORUniversity of Reading (UK)
UORUnit of Recovery
UORUse of Resources (UK)
UORUnderground Oil Recovery (energy recovery process)
UORUrgent Operational Requirement
UORUniversity of Rajasthan (India)
UORUniversity of Redlands (California)
UORUniversity of Rochester (Rochester, New York)
UORUniversity of Oregon
UORUniversity of Roorkee (Roorke, India; now known as Indian Institute of Technology)
UORUniversal Orlando Resort (Orlando, Florida)
UORUniversity of the Rockies
UORUgland Offshore Racing (racing team)
UORUltima Online Renaissance (game)
UORUnits of Resolution
UORUnusual Occurrence Report
UORUstawa o Rachunkowosci (Polish: Bill of Accountancy)
UORUnliquidated Obligation Research
UORUniform Offense Report
UORUnion of Reach (gaming clan)
UORUnion of Revolution (gaming clan)
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records at the VHA is for Police/Uniform Offense Reports (UORs),
In unadjusted analysis (Table 2), mothers above 30 years were not significantly less likely to transmit HIV to their infants compared to those below or equals 30 years (unadjusted odds ratio (UOR) = 0.43; 95% CI: 0.18-1.04; p = 0.06).
Sin embargo, desde el punto de vista teorico y practico, aun en la UOR, los futuros ingenieros presentan insuficiencias en las concepciones didacticas que sustentan la intencionalidad del proceso de formacion de los futuros profesionales, los cuales deben asumir estos retos.
Conversely, it decreased by 57% with more than five-kilometer radius distance to the health facility (UOR = 0.43; 95% CI: 0.22-0.82; P = 0.011) and by 74% with more than 1-hour travel time to the health facility on foot (UOR = 0.26; 95% CI: 0.13-0.50; P < 0.001).
Abbreviations AEC: Aweil East County AIDS: Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome AOR: Adjusted odds ratio CHWs: Community Health Workers CPE: Continuous Professional Education DIB: Difficulty in breathing HIV: Human Immunodeficiency Virus HRH: Human Resources for Health IMCI: Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses IQR: Interquartile range NBEGS: Northern Bar El Ghazal State PHCC: Primary health care center PHCU: Primary health care unit UOR: Unadjusted odds ratio VIF: Variance inflation factor WHO: World Health Organization.
Abbreviations AOR: Adjusted odds ratio CPE: Continuous Professional Education UOR: Unadjusted odds ratio PPE: Personal protection equipment OHS: Occupational Health and Safety.
After several years of development, the "Undulating Oceanographic Recorder" (UOR) MARK 1 was created (Reid et al, 2003), and it was capable of operating at speeds of up to 15 knots, with undulating depths of 8-70 m; also, its depth could be altered without having to change the length of the tow cable.
s uor They come in all shapes and sizes and knives, swords, firearms, tiny liquor and perfume bottles, money, dice, clocks, even fishing rods can all be found concealed inside them.
Yes 124 8.8 1 -- -- No 299 17.0 0.51 0.28-0.96 0.038 Hospitalization at least once in life Yes 154 18.1 1 -- -- No 269 12.6 1.43 0.90-2.27 0.121 Morbidities in the previous 30 days No 207 8.6% 1 -- -- Yes 219 20.0% 2.30 1.38-3.86 0.001 Fever in the previous 30 days No 296 11.8 1 -- -- Yes 130 20.7 1.75 1.11-2.77 0.016 Diarrhea in the previous 30 days No 352 11.6 1 -- -- Yes 75 28.0 2.40 1.51-3.82 <0.001 Cough in the previous 30 days No 316 10.4 1 -- -- Yes 111 26.1 2.50 1.59-3.92 <0.001 NS: p-value >= 0.20; uOR: unadjusted Odds Ratio; CI: confidence interval.
Sociodemographic Moderate or high-risk alcohol and variables tobacco user UOR (95% CI) AOR (95% CI) (a) Age in years 18-25 1.00 1.00 26-34 0.84 (0.66-1.08) 0.82 (0.63-1.06) 35-44 0.71 (0.56-0.91) ** 0.69 (0.53-0.90) ** 45-60 0.47 (0.37-0.61 *** 0.45 (0.33-0.61) *** Education Primary or less 1.00 1.00 Secondary 1.03 (0.86-1.24) 0.86 (0.71-1.05) Post-secondary 0.52 (0.37-0.74) *** 0.46 (0.32-0.66) *** Marital status Never married 1.00 1.00 Married or cohabiting 1.02 (0.83-1.04) 1.25 (0.99-1.58) Separated/Divorced/ 1.85 (1.11-3.06) * 2.61 (1.53-4.44) ** Widowed Religious 0.79 (0.32-1.94) -- affiliation: Buddhist (vs.
RPII's unplanned outage rate (UOR), calculated on a 12-month rolling average basis, has normalised below the 4 per cent limit since February 2014.