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OMT

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OMT

(Object Modeling Technique) An object-oriented analysis and design method developed by James Rumbaugh. See Rational Rose.
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Marte Handal, Ph.D., of the Norwegian Institute of Public Health in Oslo, and colleagues analyzed nationwide registry data and identified 333 infants in the Czech Republic and 235 infants in Norway who were exposed to OMT in the womb.
Researchers compared prenatally OMT-exposed newborns with two other newborn groups: newborns of women hospitalised with opioid use disorder during pregnancy who were not receiving OMT and newborns with neonatal abstinence syndrome.
First, the authors compared the baseline and post-treatment values between the groups and they highlighted OMT as an effective method.
23985), Arvind Krishnamurthy, Stefan Nagel, and Annette Vissing-Jorgensen examine the effects of these policies and quantify the effect of the SMP and OMT on bond yields.
FAME 2 randomized 888 patients with stable single- or multivessel CAD and an FFR of 0.80 or less to PCI plus OMT or an initial strategy of OMT alone at 28 European and North American sites.
To clarify when OMT may be most beneficial, we performed a literature review.
For the past 10 years, Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences intervention using OMT have been presented in this field as one of the possible treatments for snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), with evidence found specially in studies on Sleep Breathing DIsorders in adults (1-4).
On January 28, the bench had stayed the construction of OMT at eleven historical monuments including Lakshmi Building, Shalimar Garden, General Post Office, Aiwan e Auqaf, Shah Charagh Building, Supreme Court Lahore Registry, Saint Andrew Church, Baba Mauj Darya's Shrine, Ghulabi Bagh, Bhudu ka Awa, Chauburji and tomb of Zebun Nisa.
The European Court of Justice has already cleared OMT but a 35,000-strong German group, including politicians and academics, asked the German court to dismantle it, arguing that it constituted illegal monetary financing, exceeded the ECB's mandate and violated German law.
Before announcing OMT, countries like Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain had seen the interest rates on their newly issued bonds spiral out of control.