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Synonyms for mho

a unit of conductance equal to the reciprocal of an ohm

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The current effort extends previous research using MHOS data (Baker, Haffer, and Denniston, 2003; Ellis et al.
The MHOS does not provide information about the severity of comorbid conditions.
The linked SEER-MHOS dataset includes four MHOS cohorts (baseline and followup year): 1998 and 2000; 1999 and 2001; 2000 and 2002; and 2001 and 2003.
The AMEDD, as well as the Army, and Health Affairs must plan on having MHOS long after the war in Iraq ends.
section]) Thus far, the AMEDD has hired additional assistant Physical Evaluation Board Liaison Officers, the Physical Disability Agency has created a fourth, roving PEB, and Human Resources Command has placed 37 noncommissioned officers at the mobilization stations to assist with processing orders and personnel actions for MHOs.
Despite these interventions, concern over MHO remained high.
Besides being asked to trace the decision-making process, the MHOs were asked two specific questions: (1) Which data (if any) about a soldier would precipitate a definite decision to discharge him or her from the army, regardless of other data?
The most important conclusion resulting from the think-aloud sessions with the MHOs was that the decision-making process is far from simple and straightforward.
Several rules, however, were identified from the content of the personal interviews with the MHOs.
However, data comparing MHOS self-reports of chronic conditions reveals good correspondence with medical records (Miller et al.
The linked SEER-MHOS dataset includes one survey for participants in four MHOS cohorts (baseline and followup year): 1998 and 2000; 1999 and 2001; 2000 and 2002; and 2001 and 2003.
Chris) Haffer, for creating the link between the SEER and MHOS data.
The MHOS data used for the SEER-MHOS project include people who were selected to respond to the MHOS between 1998-2001 and their 2-year followup surveys, if available.
The extensive self-reported information on the MHOS can be used to compare HRQOL differences between cancer survivors, cancer patients, and the general elderly population enrolled in MCOs, as well as differences within these groups by demographic, socio-economic status, and type of MCO health plan.
Using questions from the MHOS on smoking history, they confirm that current smokers have significantly lower self-reported physical and mental health, and the observed differences between those individuals with and without a cancer diagnosis were not large.