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RDI

rdi

abbreviation for recommended daily intake.
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The Institute's initial proposed RDI design, however, deviated significantly from the McNeely-Riggs drawing.
While the first phase of RDI projects will conclude by the end of 2011, in a few months RDI will launch an overlapping second phase of funded projects this time with a larger budget of E20 million.
After calculating SPI and RDI for the same time periods, a linear correlation relation is established as:
Currently, following adenotonsillectomy for severe OSA, we request elective day-stay PICU Admission for all REM RDI more than 60, with review by surgeon, intensivist (and anaesthetist when appropriate) to decide whether discharge to the paediatric surgical ward is reasonable, or whether overnight PICU stay is appropriate.
RDI symptoms are shoulder pain, neck strain, leg cramp and side ache;
Rapid eye movement sleep also correlated with an increased RDI, compared with non-REM results (21 vs.
The data, gleaned from a study by the Boston University School of Medicine, revealed children age one to eight were most likely to get the RDI for vitamin D, and that people from ages nine though 50 got roughly as much of the nutrient as young children, although a far higher proportion of their vitamin D came from supplements.
Main outcome measures: The proportion of the mean total daily nutrient intake consumed during long-day child-care hours in quantitative amounts and in percentage RDI.
More recently, Platts, a division of McGraw-Hill (based in New York), acquired RDI and sometimes it seems that they are taking more of a pro-gas slant with the Marketwatch column.
The following day, the CO wrote a "cure" letter to RDI that insufficient progress was endangering performance, giving RDI 10 days to cure the condition.
Ron McMahon, who had run the RDI operation after it was acquired, has also left.