ALOS


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ALOS

Abbreviation for:
Actinomyces-like organisms
average length of service
average length of stay, see there (Medspeak-UK)

ALOS

Average length of stay, see there.
References in classic literature ?
They will not thank me for reminding them of a tune so lately epidemic in that land of aloes and blue skies; but at least it is unlikely to run in their heads as the ribald accompaniment to a tragedy; and it does in mine.
There were two great aloes, in tubs, on the turf outside the windows; the broad hard leaves of which plant (looking as if they were made of painted tin) have ever since, by association, been symbolical to me of silence and retirement.
The adorable kitten lives in Turkey with his owner Burcu Kaynak, who sheltered Alos since he was a kitten.
Alos and his owner live in Turkey and has 9,500 followers on Instagram.
A security source told the National Iraqi News Agency / Nina / that the IS militants attacked Alos from both directions north and west, and they were confronted by police forces in collaboration with the sons of the tribes in the region.
ERS-2 and Envisat interferograms have temporal baseline of 35 days while ALOS interferogram from 2008 shows deformations within 46 days.
We demonstrate that agency ALOS is by far the most important of the provider characteristics predicting agency ACH rates;
The study was based on data from ALOS, denials, guideline compliance, recovered days and physician utilization profiles.
Jessie Marie Alos was a political neophyte when she ran in 1995.
The ALOS, program components, and discharge disposition are all influenced by the HMO case manager.
Among Alos' other works were Los enanos (1962; "The Dwarfs"), set in a dingy rooming house populated with characters from all walks of life; Los cien pajaros (1963; "The Hundred Birds"), about a young woman who rejects traditional Spanish mores and chooses to live independently; and El caballo rojo (1966; "The Red Horse"), a semiautobiographical account of Alos' family's experience as refugees during the Spanish Civil War.
For the year 1989, they experienced hospitalization indices of 573 days/1,000, 125 admissions/1,000 and a ALOS of 4.6 days.