DMAT


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AcronymDefinition
DMATDisaster Medical Assistance Team
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DMATDecompensated Metabolic Acidotic Threshold
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He stressed the importance of protecting the Emiratescape and called on all community members to cooperate with DMAT, represented by its three municipalities, in providing a clean, safe, health and sustainable living environment offering the highest levels of security, welfare and happiness, and promoting the fine living style of Abu Dhabi Emirate.
DMAT saidthe number of bays will be increased asprojects are completed in the future.
State quota seats were filled up through Vyapam and the remaining seats, comprising management and NRI quotas, were filled through DMAT.
As a DMAT member one never knows the details of his or her deployment.
131) The Rhode Island DMAT is an effective tool for establishing predictability within the guardianship system because it provides a list of functional areas for the petitioner to consider, a guide for clinical assessment, and a notice to the proposed ward of his or her rights during and after the proceedings.
Each truck was managed very deliberately, and the FSC formed operational relationships with the DMAT and NGOs in order to maximize its combat power at the times when FSC assets would be used.
They fell in with our civilian counterparts from the DMAT as well as our other Service counterparts that started to flow in behind that and they took care of those people.
A DMAT typically comprises physicians, nurses, paramedics, emergency medical technicians, pharmacists, respiratory therapists, psychologists, and social workers.
Tokyo, Japan, Aug 28, 2006 - (JCN) - NTT Data Corporation will perform a feasibility test on a tracking system for patients with the Disaster Medical Assistance Team, and the DMAT management system for disaster-drill on September 1.
A DMAT is a group of medical professionals or paraprofessionals, supported by logistic and administrative staff, who can provide medical care during a disaster of other event.
The dying patients at the DMAT [Disaster Medical Assistance Team] tent being medevacked.
As stated in DMAT promotional material, "DMATs deploy to disaster sites with sufficient supplies and equipment to sustain themselves for a period of 72 hours while providing medical care at a fixed or temporary medical care site.