LDR

(redirected from Labor-Delivery-Recovery)
AcronymDefinition
LDRLeader
LDRLand Disposal Restrictions
LDRLong Distance Relationship
LDRLouisiana Department of Revenue
LDRLight Dependent Resistor
LDRListener Driven Radio (software)
LDRLutheran Disaster Response
LDRLabor-Delivery-Recovery (room)
LDRLow Data Rate
LDRLoan-to-Deposit Ratio (banking)
LDRLand Development Regulation
LDRLinear Depolarization Ratio
LDRLimited Distribution Release (Microsoft)
LDRLarge Deployable Reflector
LDRLong Distance Runner
LDRLong Distance Release (fishing)
LDRLabor Distribution Reporting (US government)
LDRLine Driver/Receiver (Alcatel)
LDRLucent Digital Radio (Warren, NJ)
LDRLight Detect Resistor
LDRLong Distance Riders (motorcycle certification group)
LDRLast Ditch Racing (Maine-based rally racing team)
LDRLiquid Droplet Radiator
LDRLet Down Ratio (plastics)
LDRLaser Designator Ranger
LDRLogical Design Review
LDRLapdance Riders (motorcycle club)
LDRLow Definition Radio
LDRLocal Dynamic Routing
LDRLabor Distribution Record
LDRLoan-Default Rate (finance/banking)
LDRLocal Distribution Radio (Sprint)
LDRLocal Dump and Restore
LDRLarge Diameter Roll (paper making)
LDRLaw of Diminishing Returns (economic theory)
LDRLana Del Rey (musician)
LDRLand Development Review (various locations)
LDRLow Density Recruiting (US Army National Guard)
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28-bed Emergency Department including dedicated areas for heart, obstetrics and gynecology, trauma, special procedures, general examination and observation *Nine large operating rooms -- two dedicated to neurosurgery and orthopedic surgery and two dedicated to heart surgery *Two cardiac catheterization labs *The latest digital imaging system including one magnetic resonance imager (MRI), two CT scanners, four procedure rooms and one ultra sound room *Two endoscopy suites *11 labor-delivery-recovery suites *Education and community meeting space
Fourteen modern, spacious labor-delivery-recovery rooms, along with nursery facilities that are huge improvements over the present quarters, will enable Mount Sinai to add by 1,000 to its already high number of nearly 3,000 births a year.
The program is comprised of these major projects: expansion of the emergency care department, reconfiguration of existing labor-delivery-recovery and perinatal facilities, consolidation and reconfiguration of nursing units, reconfiguration of the hospital and site improvements.
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