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EBM
A pre-determined length of time, or number of visits, in each subject’s or trial participant’s case report form binder.

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(mŏj′ool) [L. modulus, a small unit of measure]
1. In education, a unit of study.
2. In engineering, a structural element used in the design or architecture of a device.
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Unless Poquet and Fujitsu, which manufactures the ROM cards, get their silicon costs down, it's going to be tough for Poquet to persuade small developers to get really creative about exploring higher-risk market opportunities.
Card Companion supports all standard PC Card devices, including Type I, II and III fax/modems, RAM and ROM cards, LAN adapters, sound cards and mass storage devices.
LAN cards -- another strongly-growing segment -- will increase their share of revenues from 8 percent in 1993 to 20 percent in the 1996-97 period before declining slightly in share, while currently dominant RAM cards decline from 47 percent of the market in 1993 to only 8 percent by 2000 and ROM cards similarly drop from 14 to 2 percent share in the same period, says the study.