What does AO mean in surgery?

What does AO mean in surgery?

Abstract. In 1958 a group of Swiss general and orthopaedic surgeons established the AO (Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Osteosynthesefragen) or the Association of the Study of Internal Fixation (ASIF) to strive to transform the contemporary treatment of fractures in Switzerland.

What does AO stand for trauma?

AO Foundation

Formation 1958 Biel, Switzerland
Type not-for-profit
Purpose Treatment of trauma and disorders of the musculoskeletal system
Key people Maurice Edmond Müller, Robert Schneider, Hans Willenegger, Martin Allgöwer
Website aofoundation.org

What is AO medical term?

A&O or A/O. aware and oriented or alert and oriented.

What is AO Fellowship?

The AO Trauma fellowship program aims to enhance orthopedic training and continuous professional development. For this purpose, AO Trauma has an international network of prestigious fellowship host centers.

What does AO mean in cardiology?

Abbreviation Meaning
AbdAo Abdominal Aorta
AO, Ao Aorta
AscAo Ascending Aorta
AF Atrial Fibrillation or Atrial Flutter

What is AO full form?

AO Full Form

Full Form Category Term
Army Orders Military and Defence AO
Administration Officer Military and Defence AO
Aviation Ordnanceman Military and Defence AO
Administrative Officer Military and Defence AO

How do you become an AO member?

To apply for an AO Trauma membership, you must fulfill the following prerequisites:

  1. Must be a musculoskeletal trauma professional.
  2. MD must have attended an AO Trauma Principles Course.
  3. ORP/nurses must have attended an AO Trauma course for ORP.
  4. Researchers must be involved in musculoskeletal related research activity.

What is an AO in a hospital?

Abbreviation for: abdominal obesity. Accountable Officer (Medspeak-UK)

What does AO mean in hospital?

What does AO mean in Call of Duty?

stands for Area of Operation. In other words, the location where you’re currently fighting.

What is an AO Fellowship?

What does CWA stand for in medical terms?

Clinical Institute Withdrawal Assessment for Alcohol.