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EMS

EMS

abbr.
1. electrical muscle stimulation
2. Emergency Medical Service
3. European Monetary System

EMS

Abbreviation for:
early morning stiffness
electrical muscle stimulation
electromagnetic spectrum
electronic medical service
electrophoretic mobility shift
emergency medical services 
emergency medical system
eosinophilia myalgia syndrome
expandable metal stent
extramural study

EMS

Emergency medical service, see there.

EMS

Abbreviation for emergency medical services.

EMS

Abbrev. for Emergency Medical Service.
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It argues that years of low interest rates and quantitative easing by major central banks have left global investors with a large share of their portfolios already allocated to EMs, leaving little room for them to increase their purchases of EM assets, QNB said.
A [sub]i represents the total sales amount of certain generic EMs in 2014.
Slower growth in China is, therefore, likely to be a persistent challenge for EMs. China's growth is expected to slow to around 6.5% this year based on consensus forecasts.
If you run into problems or have questions, submit a ticket to the EMS NG help desk at: http://www.ems-helpdesk.com
Most recently Evatt was general manager of EMS Formation.
While there is no one type of EMS, the following five steps encompass the main components of an EMS.
W takes exception to the Tax Court's calculation of LP's net present value, based on a 25-year useful life for the EMS. The court refused to accord any weight to the expert's opinion that the equipment would last at least 30 years, citing the expert's lack of authority, factual support or data, and noting that the opinion was based on nothing more than his persona/belief.
Step 4: Schedule a meeting with your local EMS to determine the response time it takes from making the call to the arrival time of the ambulance to the scene.
Within days of the provincial emergency, Toronto EMS, in conjunction with Toronto police and fire services, created the medical support unit that operated as an internal public health department for all paramedics and was responsible for their direction, education, support, and screening.
In 2000, the world's largest EMS provider defined LMHV as a turnkey engagement with minimum annual production of at least 50,000 per stock keeping unit (SKU) and the total value of the engagement at $20 million and up.
Weyerhaeuser's goal is for all of its timberlands and manufacturing units to use an EMS capable of being certified to the ISO14001 standard.
EMS, Chemical Safety's comprehensive, integrated system offers state-of-the-art environmental information management and compliance solutions to environmental managers in a wide range of industries.