CRNM

AcronymDefinition
CRNMCaribbean Regional Negotiating Machinery
CRNMCollege of Registered Nurses of Manitoba (Canada)
CRNMClinically Relevant Non-Major Bleeding
CRNMCertified Registered Nurse Midwife
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Results showed that a once-daily dose of oral betrixaban, given to patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation or atrial flutter and at least one risk factor for stroke, reduced the incidence of major and clinically relevant non-major (CRNM) bleeds compared to dose-adjusted warfarin.
At the centre of the process was the Caribbean Regional Negotiation Machinery (CRNM), which partnered with the Caribbean Tourism Organisation and the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association to drive regional national collaboration at the industry level.
"The sensitivity of this issue was taken into account: one single model cannot be applied universally," a representative of the Caribbean Regional Negotiating Machinery (CRNM) told Europolitics.
There was ample evidence that a reasonably prudent CRNM would have consulted a physician and should have transferred Patient A to a hospital much earlier.
The group's profitability from domestic gas sales is driven by cost-plus domestic tariffs and regulated gas prices set by Kazakhstan's Committee for Regulation of Natural Monopolies (CRNM) of the Ministry of National Economy.
The Caribbean Regional Negociating Machinery (CRNM), Christ Church, Barbados.