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GDM

(Global DOS Memory) The first megabyte of memory that DOS supports. It consists of conventional memory (0-640K), the UMA (640-1,024K) and the HMA (1,024-1,088K).
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The theoretical advantage of identifying women with gestational prediabetes would be to "prevent" the onset of GDM (and its inherent risks to the pregnancy) in a timelier manner.
GDM, was among the first 50 companies across the country to receive the ACS and the first in Merseyside to open a bodyguard training school.
GDM claimed to have 36,000 members across the world before the investigations began.
To reduce the risk of subsequent diabetes and related complications in women with GDM, primary prevention strategies are required.
A GDM engine, Emrich said, would have a specific impulse of around 100,000 seconds.
GDM, with its various partners, has nine projects under development, including a $35 million condominium in TriBeCa, a $52 million dot-com building at Astor Place, and a mixed-use boutique hotel and retail project in SoHo.
Importantly," he noted, the measure of the association between GDM and NAFLD remained statistically significant, after adjusting for these covariates (odds ratio, 2.
As part of Coesia Group, GDM shares Group resources all around the world to im prove local presence and effectiveness.
Results showed that higher intake of animal proteins, in particular red meat, were significantly associated with a greater risk of developing GDM.
6% of individuals formerly diagnosed with GDM within the ensuing 8 years.
Undetected or not effectively managed, GDM can cause serious problems for the mother and the baby.