Elforlight's concept allows switching from pulse to pulse between these four wavelengths with a high pulse repetition rate of 1kHz--typical frequencies of such OPO
systems range from 100 to 200Hz.
"Oto diladila kutya olye ta kala te ku yambidida u fike opo
efimbo alishe olo?" Osho nda pula nda handuka.
It means that a donor lung could become available across the river less than four miles away, but because that is a different DSA and therefore not "local," it will be offered to every patient waiting for lungs in the New Jersey OPO
's DSA --even those patients who are much further away and far less medically critical--before it is offered to Miriam.
Figure 1 shows a schematic overview of experimental setup based on an OPO
as light source and CRDS used for the gas detection.
Periodically poled lithium niobate (PPLN) is an ideal and the most comprehensive crystal for the OPO
AOPO is a non-profit, national organization representing all federally-designated organ procurement organizations (OPOs
(http://www.oppomart.com/oneplus-one.html/) OppoMart sells a 16 GB Silk White model of the OnePlus One and thus far, this is the best way fans can have the device without waiting for the invite from OPO
. Yes, it is now possible to buy a OnePlus One without an invite, but there are still some major concerns like the risk of scams.
"The fear from the OPO
perspective, is that competition among multiple tissue banks can damage the OPO
's relationships with hospitals, which many OPO
staff believe are already tenuous."
Petrofac said the 12-month contract, awarded to its Offshore Projects & Operations (OPO
) business unit, will commence following a three-month mobilisation period.
The lasers also can be equipped with an optical parametric oscillator (OPO
) to generate a wavelength of 1.5 [micro]m.
Each organ procurement organization (OPO
) should establish protocols that clearly assign responsibilities for receiving, reviewing, and conveying any relevant donor information that becomes available subsequent to organ procurement.