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AcronymDefinition
ROIReturn on Investment
ROIRegion of Interest
ROIRepublic Of Ireland
ROIReturn of Investment
ROIRelease of Information (hospitals/patients)
ROIRisk of Infection (diagnosis)
ROIReport on Industry
ROIReport of Inspection (various locations)
ROIRate of Interest
ROIRèglement d'Ordre Intérieur (French: Internal Policy and Procedures; Belgium)
ROIRdma over Internet
ROIRing of Illusion (gaming tournament)
ROIRDMA (Remote Direct Memory Access) Over Internet
ROIReport Of Investigation
ROIReactive Oxygen Intermediate
ROIRegistration of Interest
ROIRoyal Institute of Oil Painters (UK)
ROIRadius Of Influence
ROIRAM Optical Instrumentation
ROIRules of Interaction (gaming)
ROIRock of Israel
ROIRisk of Incarceration
ROIRecord of Invention
ROIReturn on Integrity (finance)
ROIRealm of Influence (band)
ROIRhino Outdoor International
ROIReport On Investigation
ROIRural Ontario Institute (Canada)
ROIRemote Operator Interface
ROIRealm of Insanity (gaming clan)
ROIRead Only Information
ROIReplacement of Obsolete Items
ROIRovaniemi, Finland - Rovaniemi (Airport Code)
ROIRange Operating Instruction
ROIRadiological Operating Instructions
ROIRhythm Optimized Integration
ROIRoute of Ingress
ROIResidue of Ignition
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"Provision should be made for all ministers to use alcohol gel or wash their hands in warm soapy water before Mass and after the distribution of Holy Communion to minimise risk of infection.
Topical antibiotics help lessen the risk of infections in minor wounds that are contaminated.
Though the risk of infection is considered low, at-risk patients identified through the investigation process will be advised to seek simple blood testing for Hepatitis B and C," AHS said, according to the (https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=newssearch&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwih1aivsf3NAhXE1B4KHdkEAfAQu4gBCB0oATAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fedmontonjournal.com%2Fnews%2Flocal-news%2Fhundreds-of-patients-at-risk-of-hepatitis-b-and-c-after-improper-sterilization-at-north-edmonton-clinic&usg=AFQjCNFuGQxnWeUqlLD8S6Rji-c4R7k-tA&sig2=05aEq5d7q7w56cy61Hq0Rg) Edmonton Journal . 
"The other thing that increases the risk of infection is when you have nurses overstretched and dashing around between one baby and another.
Now I'm really worried about going back to him -surely there is a huge risk of infections? J.J.
Beginning at the age of 22, shorter telomere length of any of the white blood cell types examined was associated with a greater risk of infection, with the risk increasing with greater age.
Cancer chemotherapy can be a lifesaver, but it is fraught with severe side effects, among them an increased risk of infection. Until now, the major criterion for assessing this risk has been the blood cell count: if the number of white blood cells falls below a critical threshold, the risk of infection is thought to be high.
The Nose to Toes[TM] system addresses risk of infection from the skin, mouth and nose with an antiseptic approach.
Q: "If I opt for a caesarean or have to have one, is there much risk of infection, and how serious are such infections?" A: Dr Catherine Wloch of the Health Protection Agency, lead author of a recent study on caesareans and infection, says: "Yes, there is a risk of infection for women having a caesarean section.
The eventual goal is to see if the drug regimens can reduce the risk of infection.
But pacemakers and implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs) also bring the risk of infection. A study in the August 30 issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology finds the rate of those infections is increasing.
Summary: Those with weak immune systems or underlying medical conditions are at increased risk of infection from fish pedicures, experts have said.