AMDR


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AcronymDefinition
AMDRAssociation of Medical Device Reprocessors
AMDRAcceptable Macronutrient Distribution Ranges (nutrition)
AMDRAir and Missile Defense Radar
AMDRAdult Minimum Daily Requirement (health)
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United States' Dietary Reference Intake (DRI) cutoffs, based on the AMDR, EAR, AI, and UL, were compared to nutrient intakes per the sex and age of each individual subject [25, 26].
The growth of publications on AMDR showed a fluctuating pattern in the last decade (Figure 1).
"Naval-based radars are expected to grow the fastest in the AMDR market"
Mesmo esse consumo encontrando-se na faixa de adequacao da AMDR, os individuos de ambos os sexos apresentavam consumo de lipidios proximo ao limite superior de adequacao.
Membership in the younger age categories is predictive of AMDR and consuming <10% energy from saturated fat.
Both bills would deny a portion of the $240.1 million requested for the Air and Missile Defense Radar (AMDR) program, intended to replace the current DDG-51 radar on a projected new version of the ship with a radar better able to track long-range ballistic missiles and low-flying or stealthy cruise missiles and aircraft.
If, however, instead of strict adherence to the 30% dictum, the acceptable macronutrient distribution range (AMDR) (27) is used as a standard of comparison (in which fat is 25-35% of total energy) then 80% of children in the National sample and 60-75% of our sample fall within this range.
AMDR Advanced radar in Navy's Aegis upgrade becomes budget casualty.
In the NRVs, suggested dietary targets for reduction of chronic disease risk were set at the 90th percentile of current population intake for selected micronutrients, dietary fibre and long-chain omega-3 fatty acids and, for macronutrients, an acceptable macronutrient distribution range (AMDR) was set for protein at 15-25% energy, for fat at 20-35% energy, and for carbohydrate at 45-65%.
The mean of the absolute DR (AMDR) for the four transport equations ranges from 1.5 to 5.5, with an overall mean of 2.1, which is quite good considering the natural variability of sediment transport and the wide range of conditions represented by the data.