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ACM

abbr.
asbestos-containing material

ACM

Abbreviation for:
acetaminophen (US)
acute cerebrospinal meningitis
adriamycin, cyclophosphamide, methotrexate
alcoholic cardiomyopathy
alveolar capillary membrane
Arnold Chiari malformation
assessment and care management (Medspeak-UK)

ACM

Abbreviation for alcoholic cardiomyopathy.
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The next result provides a very simple geometric characterization of generalized ACMS and Cobb-Douglas production functions with degree of homogeneity one.
Send comments and suggestions on the Center for Audit Committee Effectiveness and ACMS to acms@aicpa.
The combination of all these factors has prompted us to raise ACMS awareness and remind the public of what they can and should expect from an approved and professional coal merchant.
The Rhode Island State Police live scan network integrates Visionics' CMS units, ACMS (AFIS Communications Management System) and FBI NIST Type 2 development, allowing Rhode Island to transmit directly to the Federal Bureau of Investigation's IAFIS system.
By consolidating employer, employee and benefits information into a single database, BISNet's ACMS service enables insurance agencies and brokers to automate the administrative functions and client management tasks associated with employee benefits programs.
Tailored to meet the needs of companies with 51 -- 500 employees, ACMS makes use of Online Employee Benefits System (OEBS), BISNet's flagship service that has been successfully used by companies with over 500 to 5,000 employees for more than five years.
The ACMS is a substantial effort that allows us to leverage experience from a commercial application to suit a military operation.
Through December 31, 1995 PACE had installed 12 systems, including one upgrade to PACE ACMS.
DECADMIRE, an application development tool from Digital, provides a vehicle for developers to quickly and easily design, develop, prototype, and test applications for the Microsoft Windows and the Digital ACMS family of products.
Rapid client/server development on a Windows 95 base allows the deployment of various client/server application alternatives including generic ODBC, enhanced ODBC for Oracle Rdb, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server(TM), Microsoft Access databases, or transactional client/server applications with Digital's flagship transaction monitor, ACMS.