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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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Other notable Chiricahua had been chiefs; Cochise and his father-in-law Mangas Coloradas, a Spanish name in English meaning Red Sleeves.
At the end of the meeting I turned to her and asked, 'Why couldn't we make Chiricahua a national park?
This may be a rare chance to document how the Chiricahua Apaches lived.
Houser grew up on a farm in Oklahoma, where a small group of the freed Chiricahuas elected to stay instead of joining the Mescalero Apaches on a reservation.
Paul Austin, Saguaro's head ranger, brought four rangers from Saguaro National Park and three from the Southeastern Arizona Group, comprising Chiricahua, Coronado National Memorial, and Fort Bowie National Historic Site.
La delicada operacion militar --que tardo en realizarse muchos meses de trabajo de inteligencia por el ejercito de Estados Unidos--recibio el nombre clave de Geronimo-EKIA (Enemy kill in action: enemigo muerto en accion), nombre dado en recuerdo de Geronimo, el historico jefe de los apaches chiricahua, nacido en Arizona que lucho contra el ejercito cuando se colonizaban los territorios que perdio Mexico a mediados del siglo XIX.
Geronimo was a prominent Native American leader of the Chiricahua Apache who fought against Mexico and the US for their expansion into Apache tribal lands for several decades during the Apache Wars (1851-1900).
There is an emphasis on the history and development of the Navajo, with added information about Yaqui, Zuni, Tohono O'odham, Chiricahua Apache, and many more other tribes of Indians native to the area.
Combining ongoing fieldwork with significant historical research, Aplin's essay on the Fire Dance of the Fort Sill Chiricahua Warm Springs Apache demonstrates its historical and current role in retaining and forming Apache identity in Oklahoma.
La mayoria de la mercancia interceptada de 2008 a la fecha se realizo en cuatro ciudades de Arizona: Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa y Glendale, asi como en el desierto que se localiza entre las montanas de Chiricahua y Huachuca, poblaciones adyacentes al estado de Sonora.