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LTS

1. Latent tetany syndrome, see there.
2. Low-threshold spike–neurology.
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LTS is the global market leader in the development and manufacturing of innovative transdermal systems LTS TTS and oral thin films LTS OTF.
In one study, the risk of LTS rose proportionally with a longer duration of intubation: a 2% incidence was noted in patients intubated for fewer than six days, a 5% incidence at 6 to 10 days, and a 12% incidence at greater than 11 days.
The greatest percentages of primary violations that led to LTS were for fighting (26%) and for using drugs and alcohol (25%).
Based on these factors, LEACHM was selected to estimate nitrate nitrogen leaching from land surface to groundwater to make longer-term management decisions at a LTS.
Replacing an out-of-service LTS with DigiTest, versus pulling an LTS out of service and re-engineering it, can result in up to 25% lower cost (cost comparison data available).
Judy Head explains that the LTS pilot project is a starting point for a long-term initiative.
He said Railtrack was also pumping pounds 75million into LTS to upgrade the network.
LTS Rail's franchise is to run the line between Fenchurch Street and Shoeburyness in Essex.
LTS builds industry-specific models for automating, managing and evolving quick, cost effective prospect communications.
18, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- LTS Nationwide Roadshow will teach you HD surveillance solutions to help stay ahead of the game and increase your sales in 2015.
Auto Business News-April 16, 2014--General Motors to produce Cadillac LTS and 2016 Buick LaCrosse at Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly plant
All Columbia LTS units help to eliminate injuries to warehouse workers and associated insurance claims, streamline plant and warehouse operations, improve plant and process cleanliness (as part of GMP compliance) and reduce costs.