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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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Cot death is also more likely to affect boys - 56% to 44% for girls - and the babies of younger mothers.
To determine whether a COT is needed, facility staff must track RTMs daily.
Katie commented further: "The cot - which also raises up and down - is a huge help to me as well, as I have a condition that means I have hyper-mobile joints which made leaning into a standard cot to put on her BiPAP mask very difficult.
A new model of the Stratford cot without the flaw was on the market before the Smiths bought the original version from Baby Land in Kirkcaldy in June 2009.
She drew up designs for the Kare Cot - a convertible crib, cot and toddler bed - after looking at mesh-sided collapsible travel cots.
In March 2011 CC Associates referred COT Solutions to leading business solutions provider Business in Focus, to help it with its development plans.
Researchers investigated the link between cot death and socio-economic deprivation, by comparing deaths within a 'high risk' control group of young, socially deprived mothers who smoked to a random selection of parents.
Accidents, vehicular fatalities, and impaired driving citations have not been associated with COT, and studies have not demonstrated diminished performance on standardized driving tests.
COT drafted a comment letter for the Internal Revenue Service on its re-proposed regulations on the deduction and capitalization of tangible assets.
YOU JUST SLIP IT THROUGH THE COT COVER AND ATTACH IT TO THE FRAME.
The tent cot supports 300 pounds, fold to 6 inches thick and fits into a carrying case.