CDMR

AcronymDefinition
CDMRCyclic Data Management Routine
CDMRCesarean Delivery on Maternal Request
CDMRCochrane Database of Methodology Reviews (Cochrane Collaboration; various locations)
CDMRCentre for Drug Misuse Research (est. 1994; University of Glasgow; Scotland, UK)
CDMRCommunity Development and Microfinance Roundtable (Nigeria)
CDMRCompact Deployable Multistatic Receiver
CDMRCatalytic Dense Membrane Reactor
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The very high rate of CDMR among pediatricians is remarkable and the reasons for this must be evaluated to understand and reduce the rate of CDMR.
The data showed that the rate of CS in this study was 54.77%, of which CS delivery by maternal request (CDMR) constituted 31.40%.
The rate of CDMR was 0.88 percent in 1996 and it peaked at 2.50 percent in 2002 (Appendix SA2).
CINAHL covered roughly one-quarter of the relevant literature, while PsycINFO, CDMR, and HAPI provided little or no coverage.
In general, findings do not change those of the NIH panel on CDMR
The panel defined CDMR as a CS delivery at the mother's request when she has no established medical indication for the procedure.
On March 27-29, 2006, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) brought together a panel of health professionals and public representatives to review scientific literature and discuss and prepare a state-of-the-science statement regarding cesarean delivery on maternal request (CDMR).
CDMR. ANAS MAAZOUZI, SC, USN, NAVCENT/FIFTH FUELS OFFICER
Cdmr. Jaime Siqueiros as he congratulated each team member.