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OTS

(electronics)
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Ocular trauma score (OTS) is a predictive model that can predict final visual outcome on the basis of initial raw score recorded at the time of injury.
The OTS SAMs corrosion inhibition was measured using the CHI660B electrochemical workstation.
To the best of our knowledge, there have been no reports of a quantitative analysis of the macular inner retinal layer thickness using swept-source OCT (SS-OCT) in OTS patients.
Over its lifetime OTS has continued to evolve by adding and improving business functions and databases.
Dona Takushi of OTS FCU pleaded guilty to the charges of embezzlement, misapplication of funds and making false entries.
OTS solution is an ISO 9001, Microsoft certified IT Outsourcing Company.
He explained: "The Government has implemented changes while the OTS is in the middle of reviewing partnerships more generally.
Analysis OTS helps Service Providers to reduce costs by allowing customers to resolving their own billing queries.
The micrographs of the OTS film were characterized by a scanning electron microscope (Zeiss Ultra55).
Examples of how OTs can contribute to the design process are endless.
Despite this, it has been encouraging to see the number of OTS students who have been motivated to obtain their formal educational qualifications in order to fulfill the Asia Theological Association (ATA) requirements for a Bachelor of Theology (B.Th.) degree.
Under the agreement, OTS will be in charge of marketing, sales and service for RaySearch's treatment planning system RayStation in South Korea.