ERCS

AcronymDefinition
ERCSEmergency Rocket Communications System
ERCSEmergency Response Cleanup Services
ERCSEdmonton Radio Control Society (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
ERCSElective Repeat Cesarean Section
ERCSExtended Reference Concrete Syntaxes
ERCSECM-Resistant Communication System
ERCSEast Richland Christian Schools (St. Clairsville, OH)
ERCSEmissions Reduction Currency System (Maia Maia Project; Australia)
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No maternal morbidities have been noted in ERCS group.
There are numerous reasons that influence the decision to proceed with either a trial of labor after previous cesarean delivery or ERCS delivery.
7% (6 cases), respectively, while no rupture was noted in the ERCS group.
Full operational capability of the ERCS is 60 sets, including specialized training for 48 ERCS medical teams.
While the anecdotes from Iraqi Freedom represent real success stories, two critical patients and otherwise light casualties from a month of combat provide insufficient data to determine whether the ERCS concept can support sustained expeditionary sea-based operations.
The Marine Corps ERCS and Air Force CCATTs appear to be steps toward state-of-the-art care during en route phases of casualty management.
Table 2 clearly tells that among 37 cases with maternal morbidity, operation related morbidity was maximum; intra-operative complications & operative interference, related to ERCS, were responsible for the majority.
Comparing with TOLAC cases, ERCS group less likely (RR=0.
Table 9 shows cases, prior CS which were done due to either CPD or non-progress of labor, mostly received ERCS (86.
Implementation of the ERCS system will greatly increase our ability to respond to a potential bio-terrorist event or other public health emergency.
ATI is talking with a number of other California counties about how the ERCS can help them meet federal requirements and deadlines.
ATI selected Edify Software, the IVR/workflow industry leader to develop the Alameda County ERCS package.