CFRS

AcronymDefinition
CFRSConcert Frame Relay Services
CFRSCheshire Fire and Rescue Service (UK)
CFRSComputerized Fault Reporting System
CFRSCampaign Finance Reporting System
CFRSCambridgeshire Fire & Rescue Service (UK)
CFRSConcert Frame Relay Service (Concert Communications Company)
CFRSCentral Florida Rose Society
CFRSCentral Fisheries Research Station
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1) Initialization Stage: The preamble match is used to estimate preliminary CFRs. The preamble subcarrier values are boosted as a constant power.
In this analysis, piperacillin/tazobactam, ertapenem and meropenem achieved the highest CFRs in both scenarios.
The case fatality rate (CFR) for HPS in the Yosemite outbreak was 33%, which was consistent with the current national CFR for HPS of 36%.
CFRs are everyday members of the public who are trained in lifesaving techniques including the use of a defibrillator, a device used to restart the heart of someone who has suffered a cardiac arrest.
The overall in-hospital CFR after an initial AMI was significantly higher for women (8.6%) than it was for men (6.0%) (p<0.05).
CFRs are identified by the organisms that live there, and that's where electro-shocking comes in, he said.
31 August 2011 -- Moody's pulled Tuesday the Ba3 and A2.br corporate family ratings (CFRs) of Brazilian printing and publishing specialist Editora Abril SA.
nuclear power plants follow the Code of Federal Regulation (CFRs).
CFRs are teams of volunteers who are trained by the Ambulance Service to a nationally recognised level and provide life saving treatment to people in their local communities.
The Code of Federal Regulations (CFRs) are separate laws that were intended to augment, clarify conflicting language and remove obsolete language from the 1872 Mining Law.
The standard, J-STD-709, calls for limits on each plastic within a component of <1000 ppm (0.1%) bromine (if the bromine source is from brominated flame-retardants) and <1000 ppm (0.1%) of chlorine (if the chlorine source is from CFRs or PVC).
J-STD-709 calls for limits on each plastic within a component of <1000 ppm (0.1%) bromine (if the bromine source is from brominated flame-retardants) and <1000 ppm (0.1%) of chlorine (if the chlorine source is from CFRs or PVC).