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CDO

Abbreviation for:
Chief Dental Officer (Medspeak-UK)
Chief Diversity Officer
chronic duodenal obstruction
congenital duodenal obstruction
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Attempting to set the record straight, the CTO board said that, since its appointment three years ago, Cyprus tourism saw 800,000 additional arrivals, with more than 3.
No study has been published regarding the frequency of CTO from our region; therefore we calculated the incidence of CTO and frequency of involvement of various arteries along with different characteristics.
BridgePoint Medical, which develops interventional cardiology technology for access to and treatment of chronic total occlusions (CTOs), has developed a proprietary, catheter-based system to treat coronary CTOs.
The amended Alberta Mental Health Act (the "Act") sets out the criteria under which a CTO may be written.
The CTO Telecom Summit, to be held September 18-21, 2011, allows IT executives to discuss the latest business technology issues and learn about current technology solutions.
A question raised by the literature review is the difference between the CTO role and the commonly utilized roles of vice president of engineering or research and development.
Alan Greenslade, CTO at the 968-bed, Dallas-based Parkland Hospital & Health System, summarizes the CTO role as, most importantly, "establishing a sustainable technology lifecycle.
A CTO is likely to face a variety of challenges in executing the mission envisioned by the President.
The Federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) essentially bans CTO for nonexempt employees who do not work for the government, although in some cases the FLSA permits CTO accrual and use within a two-week period.
The InfoWorld Chief Technology officer survey indicates that while CIO and CTO share many of the functions of e-business, CTOs are more often responsible for decisions that combine business and technology.
Involvement by the CTO or other tax department personnel with corporate committees apparently affects how early the tax department becomes involved in corporate decision-making.
In How to Establish a Hacker Response Scenario as a CTO, ExecSense examines the most effective strategies and best practices that leading CTOs are using to respond to network attacks and security incidents.