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|REMS||Rapid Eye Movement Sleep|
|REMS||Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy|
|REMS||Remote Environmental Monitoring System (various companies)|
|REMS||Registered Equipment Management System|
|REMS||Research, Engineering, Manufacturing & Sustaining (various locations)|
|REMS||Remotely Employed Sensor|
|REMS||RCRA Enforcement Management System|
|REMS||Remote Electronic Monitoring Systems|
|REMS||Remotely Emplaced and Monitored Sensor|
|REMS||Rescue and Emergency Medical Services (UK)|
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It was reported on Monday that the United States Food and Drug Administration has approved a modified Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy
for Danish-based Lundbeck's Sabril (vigabatrin).
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) coined a new one, REMS: risk evaluation and mitigation strategy
Allergan said the FDA indicated it must first review the company's proposed Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy
for the medicine before approving it for the movement disorder common to stroke sufferers.