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critical care medicine

[‚krid·ə·kəl ′ker ¦med·ə·sən]
(medicine)
The treatment of acute, life-threatening disorders, usually in intensive care units.
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Teleconference with Global Fund Secretariat staff (FPM and CCM Hub).
On the basis of the CCM evaluation findings, the TA provider and the CCM will work together to identify a milestone-driven improvement plan.
The CCM is also an approved certification for the Magnet Recognition Program.
Our relationship with TaylorMade will be a game-changer for CCM," said Philippe Dube, General Manager of Reebok-CCM Hockey.
With the combination of our Microsoft Word authoring tool and our re-architected template and paragraph composition, Napersoft CCM 7 is easier to use than ever before," comments Bart Carlson, Chief Executive Officer at Napersoft.
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Lecavalier, who's heading home for All-Star week-end, will be accelerating through his opponents in CCM U+ Pro skates, firing off lethal shots with the Octo Gun 50 Stick and sporting the Vector 08 helmet.
Napersoft CCM automates the creation and distribution of all types of documents such as customer correspondence, policies, agreements, explanation of benefits and other forms of personalized documentation.
With the "All-Steinway School" designation, CCM students and faculty will have the opportunity to perform and practice on the instruments they will encounter most frequently on the concert stage.
CCM is one of the largest Mexican food retailers, with revenues of US$5.
However, CCM technology remains largely the domain of a wide collection of smaller software vendors targeting narrower use cases, according to research released today by CMS Watch, a vendor-independent analyst firm that evaluates content technologies.
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