MDIS


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AcronymDefinition
MDISManagement Development Institute of Singapore
MDISMercury Dual Imaging System
MDISMCS (Master Control System)-DCS (Distributed Control System) Interface Standardization (network)
MDISMedical Devices In Scotland
MDISMcDonnell Information Systems (UK)
MDISMicronutrient Deficiency Information System (WHO)
MDISMcDonnell Douglas Information Systems
MDISMedical Diagnostic Imaging Support
MDISMobile Data Intermediate System
MDISMeta Data Interchange Specification
MDISMidlands Driver Information System
MDISModeling, Data and Information System (NASA)
MDISMaintenance & Diagnostic Information System
MDISMobile Digital Imaging System
MDISMobilization and Deployment Information System (US Army)
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Chairman McWilliams announced several FDIC initiatives focused on MDIs, including: establishment of a new MDI subcommittee to the FDIC's Advisory Committee on Community Banking to provide a new platform for MDIs to exchange best practices, and the initiation of a series of roundtables between MDIs and other FDIC-supervised institutions to promote collaborative opportunities, such as direct investments and deposits in MDIs.
Approximately 80% of the dose from a metered-dose inhaler (MDI) is swallowed if a spacer is not used, altering the oral bioavailability (Woo, 2016).
The carbon footprint of a Big Mac is approximately 4,000 g of CO2 equivalent gases per serving, where a vaccine's is under 1,500 and an MDI's is under 500.
The researchers defined the proportion of overall MDI errors as "the percentage of patients who made errors in equal to or greater than 20% of inhalation steps." They computed pooled estimates and created forest plots for bodi overall errors and for errors according to each step in using an MDI.
To this end, more efficient monitoring is possible with recent technological advancements, including spacer data loggers for MDIs, (62) the test of adherence to inhalers (TAI) tool, (63) dose counter-equipped inhalers to help patients track medication use, (64,65) pharmacy refill information, (66) audio-based systems, (17,67) and electronic inhaler reminders.
For these patients, only two aerosol therapy systems are practical: nebulizers and metered-dose inhalers (MDI) with spacers, both through a facemask [7].
In this clinical study, we treated patients who had reduced buccolingual width and reduced mandibular height (<10mm) by means of implants being slim and short at the same time (short MDIs).
We compare MDIs with non-MDI community bank peers ($10 billion in assets or less) in similar local service (census tract) areas.
The frequency of MDIs ranges between 17% and 28.7% (17-20).
The deposition pattern of inhaled drug is determined by multiple factors including the device used, aerosol formulation, particle size, use of a spacer, especially with metered-dose inhalers (MDI) and the patient's inhalation technique.1 Press-and-breathe MDIs and dry-powder inhalers (DPIs) are the most commonly used delivery devices for administering aerosolised drugs.
The Metered Dose Inhalers (MDIs) market dominated the Global COPD & Asthma Inhaler Market in 2015 and would continue till 2022 growing at a CAGR of 4.2 % during the forecast period.
In 2015, the metered dose inhalers segment accounted for the maximum revenue of 563.9 m, mainly on account of the increased preference for MDIs.