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COT

Abbreviation for:
carnitine octanoyltransferase
Certified Occupational Therapist
College of Occupational Therapists
Committee on Toxicology (Medspeak-UK)
committee on trauma
continuous oxygen therapy
cotinine
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SO PRECIOUS: A newborn is | |cradled by a nurse, but when cot deaths occur it is a terrible burden for parents to bear
Before the COT assessment process was established, facilities were more likely to get paid for a higher level of therapy than was actually provided.
Before I had the specialist cot from Newlife on one occasion I dislocated my hip while leaning into her cot to put Elsie's mask on.
Sheriff McNair said: "There was no dispute that this cot bed had a defect which rendered it unsafe.
What's different about this compared to other cots is that the Kare Cot is completely soft-sided.
The business support trio is now providing COT Solutions with ongoing help.
Overall, there has been a dramatic drop in the rate of cot death in the UK since the early nineties, which researchers say could be due to some of the safety messages getting across successfully.
Young babies who sleep with their parents - most cot deaths take place in the first six months and can happen up to a year, though it's rare after that.
Nausea and vomiting are common side effects during initiation of COT that tend to diminish with continued exposure.
COT drafted a comment letter for the Internal Revenue Service on its re-proposed regulations on the deduction and capitalization of tangible assets.
WITH THE COT COVER STRETCHED TIGHT, IT'S A CHORE TO ATTACH THE STICK.
THE number of cot deaths could be slashed thanks to a Midland student's new invention.