P1754

P1754

(processor, standard)
IEEE Std 1754-1994 "A 32-Bit Microprocessor Architecture". The IEEE standard defining a version of the SPARC microprocessor architecture.

The P1754 standard (the first microprocessor standard) was approved after four years on 1994-03-17. It is compatible with, but distinct from, SPARC International's 32 bit version of the SPARC Architecture, SPARC V8, from which it is largely derived. It is possible for a processor to comply with neither, one, or both specifications.

SI article.
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But these concerns do not obviate [physicians'] duty to be truthful with patients..."(1(p1753)) If physicians expect society to address the medical malpractice issue and provide future professional protections, physicians would be well advised to behave professionally now, and "put the patient's need above their own." (1(p1754)) Like our clinical colleagues, pathologists should not wait for an invitation to participate in error disclosure--far from it--pathologists should become active participants in discussing with patients the events surrounding a potential medical error, how it was discovered, and what is being done to ensure that the medical error never happens again.
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Enrollment in the program is mandatory under Marine Corps Order P1754.4A, but some service members avoid enrolling in the program because of common misconceptions such as "I won't be able to re-enlist." Or, "My career will be flagged and I will not have promotional opportunities"
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