OSA


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OSA

abbr.
Order of Saint Augustine

OSA

abbreviation for
(Roman Catholic Church) Order of Saint Augustine
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The OSA 5411 represents a triumph for our team, for our technology.
Part of the formed OSA is collected and utilized as dry material.
Although it is one of the most increasingly prevalent non-communicable diseases, the vast majority of people with OSA still remain undiagnosed.
Ishman and her colleagues evaluated 56 consecutive OSA patients aged 27-74 years who presented to an otolaryngology clinic and compared them with 51 controls.
Which one of the following statements regarding OSA is true?
The use of OSA in autism represents just one effort to adapt an analytical strategy in a new and exciting way to maximize the information we can extract from our data," says Margaret Pericak-Vance, center director and principal investigator of the study, which was published in the March 2003 issue of the American Journal of Human Genetics.
Unisys has a lot of experience building the market for business-hardened open source solution suites," said Barry Klawans, OSA spokesperson and chief technology officer at JasperSoft, a market leader in open source business intelligence.
The OSA Insider portal was initially released to OSA employees during October of 2011 to provide a centralized location where tools and applications for collaboration and communication could be accessed.
Current treatment options for OSA include weight loss, CPAP, oral appliances, and surgeries.
In OSA, the airway collapses during sleep, leaving patients struggling to breathe.
Togeiro and her colleagues conducted a population-based study of OSA and diabetes among 1,042 men and women aged 20-80 years living in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
We retrospectively reviewed the charts of 130 patients with OSA who had undergone tonsillectomy/UPPP between Jan.