RSI


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RSI

abbr.
repetitive strain injury

RSI

Abbreviation for:
rapid sequence induction 
rapid sequence intubation 
repetitive strain injury
repetitive stress injury
Rough Sleepers Initiative, see there
Rush Sexual Inventory

RSI

Abbreviation for rapid sequence intubation.

RSI

Abbrev. for repetitive strain injury, a form of OVERUSE INJURY.
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These studies explain mispricing for overpriced high RSI stocks but are relatively silent on underpriced low RSI stocks.
(RSI) is a leading provider of nationwide risk and loss control inspections.
This transaction is subject to a number of conditions, including completion of satisfactory due diligence, the entering into of definitive documentation and the receipt of all necessary regulatory and third-party approvals and consents, including approval by RSI shareholders.
* Although the precise cause of the damage was unknown, RSI had accepted responsibility for damaging the scallops; and
Steve Fisher, chairman of the national charity RSI Action, developed such bad RSI in his back that he was unable to walk and was forced to take medical retirement from his job as an aerospace engineer.
As will be explained in the next section, cumulative areas of snowfall above various regional thresholds were calculated so small-scale variance has little effect on the RSI.
To determine how sensitive RSI values were to the inclusion of model parameters, a sensitivity analysis was conducted.
RSI SPS is available to all Rimini Street Support clients at no additional license cost.
RSI has its main office based in Doha, Qatar, while its technological hub is based in Manama, Bahrain.
With this model the RSI magnitude distribution around the perimeter of pump-turbine can be determined, allowing the identification of conditions of industrial interest, such as an eccentricity or an excessive RSI in a particular vane.
To the Editor: The article on pre-hospital rapid sequence induction (RSI) in the September issue of the SAMJ [1] makes a valuable contribution to our understanding of RSI in this environment in South Africa (SA).