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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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When the COT window count stopped, the facility would get a reduced payment until the next scheduled PPS assessment, which could be as far as 30 days away.
The city of Chicago and state of Maryland in the US have already banned cot bumpers as a result.
The couple have started a petition to get cot bumpers banned in the UK.
As part of a year-long pilot scheme, the charity are offering families affected by cot death free first aid training on everything from how to give the kiss of life to a baby, to how to clear the airway of a choking infant.
A great value cot with traditional styling, the Takeley is spacious enough for your baby but won't take up too much space in a small room.
"What's different about this compared to other cots is that the Kare Cot is completely soft-sided.
In March 2011 CC Associates referred COT Solutions to leading business solutions provider Business in Focus, to help it with its development plans.
A fifth of cot death infants were found with a pillow and a quarter were swaddled, suggesting potentially new risk factors emerging.
According to the study the safest place for a baby to sleep within the first six months of their lives is in a cot next to the bed.
The strongest predictor of drug abuse or misuse in COT is a personal or family history of drug or alcohol abuse.
The use of chronic opioid therapy (COT) has increased substantially over the last 20 years for noncancer pain.