CRDM

AcronymDefinition
CRDMCardiac Rhythm Disease Management (Medtronic, Inc.)
CRDMControl Rod Drive Mechanism
CRDMCosta Rica Dream Makers (property management)
CRDMContinuous Release Detection Method
CRDMCumann Rince Dea Mheasa (Irish dancing organisation)
CRDMCentre for Rapid Design and Manufacture (Buckinghamshire Chilterns University)
CRDMCommunication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media (degree program)
CRDMChief Radarman (military rank)
CRDMClinical Research Data Management (cancer research; various locations)
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Despite this community-driven goal toward CRDM excellence, there is a dearth of literature about data management training for clinical research, with the only evidence coming from nursing training programs [35, 38], whose research practices are further afield in that they focus on quality improvement rather than clinical investigations.
Medtronic US: Medtronic US is the headquarters of Medtronic's CRDM and Neuro businesses and is responsible for research and development for new and existing products (including devices and leads) and meeting global regulatory requirements for them.
In order to detect small amounts of PWSCC in the reactor, an inspection needs to be carried out using an automatic inspection system capable of rapid testing and analyzing because the CRDM assembly has minimal human accessibility.
CRDM, which will join 3Da[euro](tm)s Quickparts Solutions custom parts and manufacturing services business, develops parts and tooling servicing the automotive, aerospace, medical device and motorsports sectors, including F1.
CRDM is distributing the technology and believes it has the potential to be adopted en masse before additive layer manufacturing (ALM) is used to produce large volumes of parts for a mainstream automotive or aerospace application.
(10.) "CRDM Product Performance Report," Medtronic, April 2011, p.
In addition to the spinal division, Medtronic has cardiac rhythm disease management (CRDM), neuromodulation and diabetes divisions here.
It is based on the Climatological Regional Dispersion Model (CRDM), a sector-averaged Gaussian dispersion model that includes wet and dry deposition and first-order chemical conversion of S[O.sub.2] and N[O.sub.x] to sulfate and nitrate particles.
(NASDAQ: CRDM), Fremont, Calif., has announced financial results for the quarter ended March 31, 1999.
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The work performed by MHI was to replace the NPP's existing components with a new RVH and control rod drive mechanisms (CRDM) - huge components that form the closure head of the nuclear vessel, both delivered by MHI in April 2010 and August 2012, respectively.
When Daniel Weil from Pentagram, an independent design consultancy, made contact with CRDM, he was intrigued to discover the benefits SLS can provide.