PGY


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PGY

abbreviation for postgraduate year, describing medical school graduates during their postgraduate training as interns (PGY-1, first year), residents (PGY-2, 3, 4), or fellows (PGY-4, 5).
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We found that there was a weak but direct relationship between residents' comfort levels with various airway problems and their PGY level and the amount of teaching time devoted to these topics.
RESIDENTS = PGY 2 and PGY 3 FTEE allocated to this PCA (PGY 1 not significant);
FELLOWS = FTEE of residents PGY 4 and above allocated to this PCA;
However, PGY level and previous PVP experience did not significantly affect competency or pass rates (Table 2, Fig.
Future studies need to recruit PGTs on national or international level to obtain adequate sample size to determine whether significant differences exist among different PGY levels using this competency cut-off global score.
224") carrying up to 120 Amps, the PGY is an orthogonal card edge connector that delivers the highest amperage in the smallest housing.
Complication rates by each PGY class are shown in table 6.
PGY 3 Fill Rate Year '91 77 '92 76 '93 67 '94 63 '95 37 '96 17 --Vaughan & Vaughan Note: Table made from bar graph.
11 16 (a) PDA, personal digital assistant; PGY, postgraduate year resident.
The house officers were in their first through third years of training (postgraduate year [PGYJ] 1, PGY 2, and PGY 3) and students were in their third and fourth years of medical school (MSIII, MSIV).
While PGY initially lost about ten cents on its NAV (roughly 13% on its peso exposure), the portfolio avoided large subsequent drops in NAV.
Between July 2007 and July 2008, 15 urology residents from PGYs (post-graduate years) 1 to 5 participated in the study.