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APACHE

 (Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation)
a patient classification system that predicts the risk of death in intensive care units.

APACHE

[əpach′ē]
abbreviation for Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation, a system of classifying severity of illnesses in patients in the intensive care unit.
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and through the first period of when the White Mountain Apache Tribe stepped up to protect their trout.
In the last of this trilogy of cases that involved the Indian Claims Commission there was a judgment in Lipan Apache Tribe v US (1975) 36 Ind Cl Com 7 that fixed the lands of the Apache tribe to a designated sector as determined in the previous ruling.
After serving over fourteen years for the Army, Alchesay became the Chief of the White Mountain Apache Tribe until he retired in 1925.
THERE are 13 different US Apache tribes living on reservations in New Mexico, Arizona and Oklahoma.
Lupe became chairman of the White Mountain Apache Tribe in 1966 and entered the ongoing struggle to make tribal sovereignty a reality.
Jicarilla Apache Tribe (4) opens with a textualist argument drawing on sources from each branch of the federal government and on "general principles of taxation.
Che George" has been one of the biggest sellers by internet clothing company Apache Tribe since they devised the image four-and-a-half years ago.
Even now when I walk to my car at night I scan the horizon,as though I am a scout from a B-movie western,looking for a roaming Apache tribe planning an ambush.
Independent Schools Superintendent Levi Pesata, who is a member of the Jicarilla Apache tribe, says Native American students, at least in his tribe, may be at a disadvantage partly because they are more visual and hands-on learners.
Assisting the Nez Perce Tribe in securing political and financial support for wolf restoration in Idaho and supporting Mexican wolf restoration by the White Mountain Apache Tribe.
5 million acre beautiful forested lands of the Apache Tribe located in Arizona.