If a health care facility does not experience a reduction in catheter occlusion rates in the first three months after converting all of its central IV lines to the Neutron, ICU Medical will pay that facility $100,000.
What does OCLN stand for?
OCLN stands for Occlusion
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- Optical Cooling Laboratory Incorporated (now JDS Uniphase)
- Oregon Coast Learning Institute (Gleneden Beach, OR)
- Optimal Constrained Linear Inverse Method
- Operational Climate Prediction and Services
- Ohio Council of Library and Information Services
- Ocean and Coastal Law Journal (University of Maine)
- Office for Curriculum, Leadership and Learning (various locations)
- Office, Chief of Legislative Liaison
- Office Connect LAN Modem (3Com)
- Ovarian Carcinoma of Low Malignant Potential
- Old Colony Library Network
- Open Content Legal News (publication)
- Oral Care Link Nurse
- Orthopedic Clinics of North America (journal)
- Oklahoma Communication Laboratory for Networking and Bioengineering (Oklahoma State University)
- Off-Campus Learning Program (Loyola University New Orleans; New Orleans, LA)
- Olmsted Center for Landscape Preservation (northeastern US)
- Over-Current Latchup Protection
- Ohio Center for Law-Related Education
- Off-Campus Library Services
Samples in periodicals archive:
FROM THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SOCIETY FOR MATERNAL-FETAL MEDICINE DALLAS - The use of prophylactic arterial occlusion in cases of suspected placenta accreta improves the likelihood of uterine conservation and, when performed using postdelivery uterine artery embolization, also reduces operative morbidity, a retrospective chart study has shown.
7mg intravitreal implant in applicator) for the treatment of macular oedema due to central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO) and also for branch retinal vein occlusion (BRVO) where laser photocoagulation is neither beneficial nor appropriate.
[FIGURE 3 OMITTED] Treatment Objectives: The objectives were to maintain the Class I occlusion while alleviating the mandibular crowding through a combination of proclination and interproximal reduction.
Women who had undergone tubal occlusion and wives of sterilized men had a number of characteristics in common.
Coronary artery bypass graft patients whose preoperative lipid levels are brought under control by 4 weeks of statin therapy show the same low risk of later graft occlusion as those with normal lipid status, reported Jan T.
The sample was divided into three groups: infertile women with tubal occlusion, infertile women without tubal occlusion (infertile control group), and primigravid women (pregnant controls).
The three runner processing steps are: * feeding--small runner pieces fall through a screen and long, large pieces remain in the crushing space; * crushing--the large pieces (those that are not smaller than the occlusion of the blade) are broken; * discharging--sizes of the crushed pieces are adjusted by setting the occlusion of the blade.