LLL


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LLL

 
left lower lobe (of lung).

LLL

Abbreviation for left lower lobe (of lung).

LLL

Abbreviation for:
La Leche League
left lobe of liver
left lower leg
left lower lid
left lower lobe
left lower lung
lifelong learning
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It was considered essential that the CHAMP could be performed safely by all SMs with LLL who demonstrated a predetermined level of prosthetic function.
In order to assess coordination, power, speed, and agility in SMs with LLL, it was essential that the tests determine how quickly an individual could move a certain distance, start and stop, change directions, and efficiently change body position [17].
The SLS was included to assess balance and postural stability with the ability to predict prosthetic ambulation potential in SMs with LLL [25-28].
It was assumed that SMs with LLL and without upper-limb amputation at peak fitness prior to LLL would demonstrate upper-body power equivalent to their peers without LLL.
Army Soldiers without LLL stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
Let's hope that someone might read this article and be as equally charmed by the place to give LLL some money.
In 1988, when Florida began to require that medical technologists and technicians have 10 hours of continuing education for biennial renewal of their state licenses, LLL was accepted toward contact hours.
The personnel and regulatory pressures on lab managers make the publication of new editions of LLL even more timely.
Throughout the history of LLL, clinical laboratories have used the program to bring back laboratorians who had left the workplace.
During the early to mid-1980s, the program in medical technology at the School of Health Related Professions at the University of Pittsburgh used LLL in 12-week courses that retrained four to eight inactives each spring.
The first labs to order updated LLL packages have already started retraining programs:
This communication and support is needed, as few of the LLL objectives can be met without active and visible moral support of industry leaders, the technical and practical knowledge of individuals, and the energy of volunteers to organize professional development activities.