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h) Branches total dry matter production (BTDMP): obtained by the equation: RTDMP = FBP x BDMP.
The population-based estimates in this report represent an improvement over the hospital-based estimates from BDMP (2) because the source population for the denominator is defined on the basis of maternal residence at delivery.
The CDC has published three estimates of FAS rates in the United States based on passive surveillance via the BDMP. This system uses hospital discharge data from 10 to 30 percent (depending on the year) of all births in the country.
Editorial Note: The BDMP is conducted by CDCs Birth Defects Branch with
Based on data from the national Birth Defects Monitoring Program (BDMP) (2), the rate of reported cases of FAS identified among newborns in the United States during 1979-1992 increased approximately fourfold (2).
Berry, Dunn, McNeil & Parker, CPAs and management consultants, has announced David Serio has joined its affiliate, BDMP Wealth Management, as a personal financial adviser in Portsmouth and Manchester.
The primary sources of information about the national birth prevalence of DS in the United States have been CDC's national Birth Defects Monitoring Program (BDMP) and birth certificate data from CDC's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS); both sources have important limitations.
CDC's Birth Defects Monitoring Program (BDMP)--a national program to monitor congenital malformations--has collected data on the incidence of FAS among newborn infants since 1979.
Until recently, the only source of ongoing information about the national birth incidence of spina bifida was CDC's national Birth Defects Monitoring Program (BDMP), a hospital-based surveillance system that obtains information about birth defects in newborns from discharge abstracts in participating hospitals (1).
The Birth Defects Monitoring Program (BDMP) is a national program that monitors congenital malformations by using hospital discharge data concerning newborns.