MDR


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MDR

abbreviation for
(Pathology) multi-drug resistant: MDR tuberculosis.

MDR

1. minimum daily requirement.
2. minimum dietary requirement.
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The rates of MDR tuberculosis in Pakistan vary from 2.3% in untreated individuals to an alarming 17.9% in individuals who have been previously treated for the disease11 but in our study quite high value of MDR-TB patients have been reported.
She said the anticipated changes were informed by the recently completed Phase III trials on the MDR regimen plan.
Companies face a number of challenges with MDR compliance that were not a factor with MDD.
[USPRwire, Wed Aug 29 2018] The endpoint security type segment is expected to hold the largest market share in the MDR market during the forecast period.
All individuals aged > 18 years of either sex with MDR pulmonary TB and drug sensitive pulmonary tuberculosis were included in the study.
Older age of animals, higher California mastitis score, weak body condition, higher milk yield, early lactation, teat injury, higher parity number, tick infestation, self-treatment and higher use of penicillin in general ailments had positive association with MDR prevalence.
Over the past year--especially within the last few months--R&Q has received numerous questions related to the EU MDR. Hopefully, this compilation of those questions and their answers expounding on different aspects of the regulation helps your organization take the next step.
Results: Ninety-seven out of 157 isolates (61.8%) were MDR S.
Organisations and cybersecurity experts are waking to this reality, and shifting their focus away from prevention, and towards MDR services.
The antibacterial tests of the compounds 1-17 were carried out to determine MIC (Minimum Inhibitory Concentration) against multidrug resistant (MDR) strains viz., S.
Merchant Discount Rate (MDR) applicable on all debit card/BHIM UPI/ AePS transactions up to and including a value of Rs 2000 will be be borne by government for 2 years with effect from 1 January, 2018 by reimbursing same to the banks, decides Union Cabinet on Friday.
In this second installment of our Q&A session, Kelli Anderson and Jane Severin from Network Partners talk about the new MDR, including timelines and innovation.