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IOM

Index and Option Market

A division of the Merc that trades stock index futures and most options. It was established in 1982. See also: IMM.
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More than once, I've seen this quotation from the well-known 19th century German author used to introduce a publication of the Institute of Medicine (2009, 2010).
The statement also includes new Institute of Medicine Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA) for calcium and vitamin D intake.
Immunization Safety Review Committee, Board of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.
Institute of Medicine advisers also called for revised resuscitation standards to increase the chances that organs of brain-dead trauma victims could be preserved for transplant.
Other reasons, notes a 2004 Institute of Medicine report on the topic, range from a lack of health insurance coverage to a fear of breast cancer to the fact that some find the procedure painful.
Due to questions raised about HIVNET 012, the groundbreaking study that first showed that single-dose nevirapine could reduce transmission of HIV from infected mothers to their babies, the prestigious Institute of Medicine reviewed the study at the request of the U.
OBRA was the congressional response to a 1986 report by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) that identified premature death, permanent injury, and unnecessary fear and suffering that resulted from inadequate care and abuse of residents during the previous 15-year period.
Claiming 18,000 people die every year because they lack health insurance, the Institute of Medicine issued a report on January 14 calling on the federal government to come up with universal health coverage by 2010.
In "Patient Safety: A New Standard of Care" the Institute of Medicine called for hospitals and doctors to adopt electronic recordkeeping systems that would prevent tens of thousands of fatal medical errors annually and form the foundation for a nationwide exchange of patient information among practitioners and medical facilities.
12, the panel, formed by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) in Washington, D.
The Institute of Medicine (IOM) found that in so-called "controlled non-heart-beating donation" (NHBD), such a patient would be typically 5 to 55 years old; would have suffered from a severe head injury, but not be 'brain dead'; would not be a drug user or HIV positive; and would be free from hypertension, sepsis or cancer.
This study found fewer medically caused deaths each year than the up to 98,000 deaths found in the 1999 Institute of Medicine study, but Chunliu Zhan of AHRQ and Marlene R.

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