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MOS

abbr.
1. metal-oxide semiconductor
2. military occupational specialty

MOS

abbreviation for
(Electronics) metal oxide silicon

MOS

metal oxide semiconductor.

mos.

months.

MOS

Mom over shoulder
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Medical outcomes study (MOS) questionnaire Short Form-36 (SF36) was used to measure the HRQoL among pregnant women.
The Social Support Survey Scale (MOS-SSS) was analyzed, developed for the Medical Outcomes Study (MOSSSS) by Sherbourne and Stewart (1991), and adapted to the Brazilian population by Griep in the Pro Saude no Rio de Janeiro (Pro Health study) in Rio de Janeiro (Griep et al., 2005).
Assessment of the quality of life of patients with lung cancer using the Medical Outcomes Study 36-item Short-Form Health Survey.
Functional status and well being of patients with chronic conditions: Results from the medical outcomes study. JAMA, 262(7) 907-943.
The Medical Outcomes Study: An application of methods for monitoring the results of Medical Care.
The, Medical Outcomes Study Short Form-12 (SF-12), and standard pulmonary function tests (PFT's).
The research instruments were The Life Options Hemodialysis Knowledge Test (Medical Education Institute, Inc., 2004) and the Medical Outcomes Study (MOS) General Measures of Patient Adherence (Hays, 1994).
In domestic and abroad literature it is possible to read analysis that are based on questioning of practically healthy people using Medical Outcomes Study 36-Item ShortForm Health Survey; they discuss the life quality connected with health (Brazier, Harper, Jones et al., 1992; Jenkinson, Wright, and Coulter, 1994; Lyons, Perry, and Littlepage, 1994; Van den Bosch, Roos-Hesselink, Van Domburg et al., 2004; Ware and Sherbourne, 1992).
(5) Data from the SF-36 Medical Outcomes Study in the USA were subjected to extensive statistical, psychometric and clinical testing to determine whether physical and mental health items were the underlying dimensions of health-related quality of life.
The WOMAC has also demonstrated construct validity when compared with other measures including joint range of motion, gait tests, and the Medical Outcomes Study 36-Item Short Form (SF-36).
Baseline and one-year interviews identified those subjects with functional decline, which was defined as a more than 5-point reduction in the Medical Outcomes Study questionnaire "physical component" score or as being "too ill" to provide a follow-up interview.

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