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STATStatus
STATStatistic(s)
STATStatim (Latin: Immediately [medical])
STATStatistical (mathematics)
STATStatutes at Large (IRB)
STATStatutes (legal)
STATSignal Transducer and Activator of Transcription
STATPhotostat
STATSociety of Teachers of the Alexander Technique
STATScientific Test and Analysis Techniques (various organizations)
STATStatistics Austria (government bureau)
STATScience Teachers Association of Texas
STATStop Teenage Addiction to Tobacco
STATShort Turn-Around Time
STATSouthern Tier Alternative Therapies, Inc. (Binghamton, NY)
STATSecurity Threat Avoidance Technology (Harris Corporation)
STATStanding Tall and Talented (nickname for basketball player Amare Stoudemire)
STATSecurity Test and Analysis Tool
STATState Transition Analysis Technique
STATShort Term Assessment and Treatment
STATScience and Technology Assistance Team
STATSlotted Tube Atom Trap
STATStratospheric Tracers of Atmospheric Transport
STATSooner Than Already There :-)
STATSpace Telescope Astrometry Team
STATSituation Triage and Assessment Team
STATStafford Aquatic Team (swim team)
STATStudent Trial Advocacy Team
STATStudents Teaching Anti-Tobacco
STATSmall Transport Aircraft Technology
STATSome Time After Tomorrow (humor)
STATSuperfund Technical Assessment Team
STATSubstance Testing Applications and Technology
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Because STATIMs are S-cycle machines, they are very likely the sterilizers that have the most microbiological test data to prove their efficacy in destroying microorganisms, especially in medical and dental environments, while other autoclave manufactures (B-cycles) rely on EN867-5:2001 approved PCDs (process challenge device) to claim load processing.
simplici intuitu statim curo ei offertur obiectum, sine omni discursu et investigatione....
Laboratories generally offer at least 2 turnaround priority levels--routine and stat, from the Latin statim (immediately or without delay).
innitens servolis duobus assurexit et statim concidit, ut ego colligo, crassiore caligine spiritu obstructo, clausoque stomacho qui illi natura invalidus et angustus et frequenter aestuans erat.
After a few initial minor successes and then more significant setbacks in the war against Vitellius, and the battle of Betriacum in particular, 'Otho at once resolved to take his own life, rather from a feeling of shame, as many have thought with reason, and an unwillingness to persist in a struggle for imperial power at the expense of such danger to life and property, than from any success or distrust of his troops' (ac statim moriendi impetum cepit, ut multi nec frustra opinantur, magis pudore, ne tanto rerum hominumque periculo dominationem sibi asserere perseveraret, quam desperatione ulla aut diffidentia copiarum: Otho.
Before this announcement the company only concentrated on remanufactured statim 2000s and 5000s.