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EFM

abbr.
electronic fetal monitor
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EFM Startups showed us that a market is not only a place to buy and sell content," says EFM director Matthijs Wouter Knol, who developed the initiatives alongside Berlinale director Dieter Kosslick.
The formation of PDA polymer in PCL-PDA EFM was confirmed by Raman microscope, equipped with a diode laser (785 nm), a thermoelectrically cooled (-40C) charge-coupled detection (CCD) detector and a holographic grating (Kaiser Optical Inc.
The internal EFM device with the attachable fetal scalp electrode was developed and used just a few years after external EFM (Murray, 2006).
bis technology, Proscend EFM solutions maximize the transmission speed and distance coverage of copper wires.
Category 1 (enrollment for monitoring purposes): The EFM needs are not severe, but warrant enrollment in the event of an acute exacerbation.
Patton's new SmartNode EFM VoIP IADs round out Patton's portfolio of EFM solutions, including EFM-router, EFM- bridge and EFM-concentrator products.
An accomplished minister, teacher, and pilot, John was uniquely positioned to assume leadership of EFM and direct the organization's daily activities and five employees engaged in fieldwork from his base in Zambia.
The new Munich airport had opened in May that year and the fledgling EFM brought together all the ground handling activities from the old Munich Airport at Riem under a single umbrella company.
Musabah Mohammed Al Suwaidi, Assistant Undersecretary of Support Services Sector of MoF, and Engineer Jamal Salem Al Saidi, Acting Director General of EFM signed the MoU at the Ministry's headquarters in Abu Dhabi.
Though the number and type of EFM positions vary from post to post, post management and the bureaus regularly seek employment opportunities within the mission for those who wish to accompany their spouse or same-sex domestic partner.
A 2006 Cochrane review of 12 randomized, controlled trials (RCTs) involving more than 37,000 women concluded that, compared with intermittent auscultation--the only acceptable control because randomization to no intrapartum monitoring would be unethical--the only benefit of intrapartum EFM was a reduction in the incidence of seizures in the early neonatal period (the number needed to treat to prevent one event was 661).
With EFM, departments can collaborate in creating questions that can generate rich insights that could help each of them: Engineering/service design, distribution, marketing/sales and customer service and support create more profitable offerings.