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cobalt

 (Co) [ko´bawlt]
a chemical element, atomic number 27, atomic weight 58.933. (See Appendix 6.)
cobalt 57 a radioisotope of cobalt, atomic mass 57, having a half-life of 270 days; used as a label for cyanocobalamin. Symbol 57Co.
cobalt 60 a radioisotope of cobalt, atomic mass 60, having a half-life of 5.27 years and a principal gamma ray energy of 1.33 MeV; used as a radiation therapy source. Symbol 60Co.

conscientious objection

 [kon″she-en´shus]
an appeal to conscience in refusing to do, or seeking exemption from, acts that threaten a person's sense of integrity. Patients as well as physicians and nurses may appeal to conscience in refusing treatment or procedures. Called also conscientious refusal.

CO

Symbol for carbon monoxide.

Co

Symbol for cobalt; coccygeal; coenzyme.

Co

cobalt.

CO

cardiac output.

Co

symbol for the element cobalt.

CO

1 formula for carbon monoxide.
2 abbreviation for cardiac output.

CO

Abbreviation for:
C oxidase
cabinet office (Medspeak-UK)
capital out-turn (Medspeak-UK)
cardiac output
casualty officer
Certified Orthotist
cervical orthosis
chief officer (Medspeak-UK)
childhood onset
cholesterol oxidase
cobalt
cocaine
coconut oil
collagen
complains of (Medspeak-UK)
complete occlusion
contract officer
coronary occlusion
course organiser (Medspeak-UK)
cumulus oophorus
cyclooxygenase
cytochrome oxidase

CO

Abbreviation for carbon monoxide; cardiac output; certified orthotist.

Co

Symbol for cobalt;abbreviation for coccygeal

CO

cardiac output

CO

Abbreviation for carbon monoxide.

Co

chemical symbol, cobalt.

Patient discussion about CO

Q. Does other illness co-occur with Bipolar Disorder. My friend affected by Bipolar disorder, alcohol and drugs are more common for him. Does other illness co-occur with Bipolar Disorder?

A. there are some complications that bipolar disorder may cause, they are not really illnesses:

Suicide
Substance and alcohol abuse
Financial problems
Relationship troubles
Isolation
Poor work or school performance

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