CEMD


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CEMD

Abbreviation for:
Confidential Enquiry into Maternal Deaths, see there
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The CEMD with 127 directions decomposed the data into 9 IMFs, and their numbers of zero-crossings and the energy ratio are shown in Fig.
This paper presents an extended HRRP-JEM analysis with signal eccentricity: the estimation of the jet engine location and the extraction of the JEM component via CEMD.
CEMD is also an authorized warranty repair facility for several manufacturers such as GMC, Ford, Navistar, John Deere, and Jacobsen.
In meeting the mayor's demands, CEMD prepared a proposal that discussed methods to reduce the cost of managing and maintaining the city's fleet, and the benefits of full service fleet management.
Overhead costs to each department would be lower if CEMD could spread costs over a larger customer base.
The firm found that giving CEMD full fleet ownership and management would save $3 to $6 million.
To operate efficiently with a reduced fleet size, CEMD would combine extra units in a centralized equipment pool.
Over half of all work could be scheduled, allowing CEMD to manage its resources in a highly predictable method.
The National Litigation Authority's criteria for grading hospitals' insurance premiums have been based heavily on CEMD recommendations.
The links between the CEMD and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) are crucial.
During my 20-odd years with the CEMD, the UK's leading cause of direct deaths, by some distance, was thrombo-embolism.