Ris


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n.1.A bough or branch; a twig.
As white as is the blossom upon the ris.
- Chaucer.
References in classic literature ?
Cake ris all to one side--no shape at all; no more than my shoe; go way
The RIS InkCenter[R] provides Costco members with an easy and convenient way to refill their ink cartridges - saving them money and saving the planet.
He says efforts among RIS vendors to raise MU awareness among radiologists have been successful.
MedInformatix RIS achieved its number one ranking in the firm's March report based on 478 PACS participants and 212 RIS participant responses, participants that included directors and managers, administrative directors, CEOs and COOs, IT managers and directors, PACS directors and managers, and physicians/radiologists.
RIS enhance the efficiency of inland navigation and facilitate the integration of transport modes through information exchange in the logistics chain management.
Expanding regulatory initiatives of DICOM and HL7 will make the homegrown RIS solution obsolete, thereby boosting RIS installations from prominent vendors," notes Frost & Sullivan Programme Manager Eramangalath Sujith.
The focus of the conference is not to set out why one should purchase a PACS & RIS or which system to buy--the PACS & RIS vendors are best suited to do this and to explain their benefits and special features.
The portal ties RIS and PACS data together nicely by giving a snapshot of historical data for a specific patient, not just a single occurrence," Lee says.
0 also includes a new Universal NDIS2 driver that eliminates one of the most common problems with RIS limited support for network adapters.
RIS Menu Editor extends the functionality of Microsoft Windows 2000 RIS by allowing network administrators to add menus and options to the RIS Client Wizard.
Policies are currently available through RIS and their independent agent partners.
All refills are done on-site, using the RIS premier InkCenter technology.