MDR

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MDRMinimum Daily Requirement (Diet & Nutrition)
MDRMultidrug-Resistant
MDRMitteldeutscher Rundfunk (German Radio and TV Station)
MDRMulti Drug Resistance (of a disease; medical)
MDRMadera (Amtrak station code; Madera, CA)
MDRMort de Rire (French: Died of Laughing)
MDRMedical Device Reporting
MDRMain Dining Room
MDRMarina del Rey (Southern California)
MDRMarket Data Retrieval
MDRManaged Detection and Response (cybersecurity service; various companies)
MDRMonatsschrift für Deutsches Recht (German magazine)
MDRMulti Channel Data Recorder
MDRMedium Dynamic Range
MDRMini Disc Recorder
MDRMultiservices Dynamic Reservation
MDRMeta Data Registries
MDRMultimedia Data Retrieval
MDRModular Data Router
MDRMulti Decrypt Receiver
MDRMotor Driven Roller (conveyors)
MDRMedical Devices Regulations (various locations)
MDRMaster of Dispute Resolution (Pepperdine University School of Law; Malibu, CA)
MDRManifestation Determination Review (special education hearing; various locations)
MDRMaternal Death Rate
MDRMemories, Dreams, Reflections (Carl Jung book)
MDRMouvement Démocratique Républicain (Democratic Republican Movement, Rwanda)
MDRMultifactor Dimensionality Reduction
MDRMedium Data Rate
MDRMission Definition Review (various organizations)
MDRMemory Data Register
MDRMaking Dreams Reality
MDRMeta Data Repository
MDRMandatory Declassification Review
MDRMovement for the Defense of the Republic (Cameroon)
MDRMerchant Discount Rate
MDRMission Data Recorder
MDRMultiple Dwelling Registration
MDRManhattan Diagnostic Radiology
MDRMinimum Design Requirement
MDRMajor District Road (India)
MDRMembership Drive Rally
MDRMilestone Decision Review
MDRMilitaire du Rang (all grades under sergeant in the French army)
MDRMitglied des Reichstags (German: member of parliament; before 1933)
MDRMaster Data Record
MDRMortgage Default Rate
MDRMercury Displacement Relay
MDRMaintenance Data Recorder (aviation; records equipment discrepancies during flight)
MDRMarginal Deduction Rate (UK)
MDRMaximum Detectable Rigidity (spectrometer)
MDRMission Design Review
MDRMiniature Donkey Registry
MDRMissed Detection Rate
MDRMaster Document Register
MDRMajor Daily Rental (vehicles)
MDRMini-Disc Recordable
MDRMedical Device Record
MDRMateriel Deficiency Report
MDRMicrocircuit Device Reliability
MDRManufacturing Data Report
MDRMinimum Design Rule(s)
MDRMedian Detection Range
MDRMidi Data Recorder (Yamaha)
MDRMagic Decoder Ring
MDRMaximum Distance with Respect to Rank
MDRManufacturer Defect Report
MDRMorrendo de Rir (Portuguese)
MDRMonthly Demand Rate
MDRManagement, Development and Research Co, Ltd
MDRMeteorological Doppler Radar
MDRMaintainability Demonstration Report
MDRMission Data Readout (satellite operations)
MDRMaintenance Data Report/ing
MDRMission Data Review
MDRMean Detection Range
MDRMinimum Display Range (US Air Force)
MDRMount Device Request
MDRMHS (Military Health System) Data Repository (US DoD)
MDRMillion Dollar Roundtable (insurance industry)
MDRMicrowave Dielectric Resonator
MDRMonthly Document Report
MDRModal Damping Ratio
MDRMachinedrijver (Dutch)
MDRManagement Data Report
MDRMovimiento para la de Defensa de la República
MDRMandatory Device Reporting Program (Center for Device and Radiological Health; US FDA)
MDRMain Distribution Room
MDRMaximum Deceleration Rate
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Forty-five countries, including 27 in the developing world, are on track to meet the MDG 4 target of reducing child death rates by two-thirds of 1990 levels by 2015, while only 16 countries - most in Central and Eastern Europe - are likely to achieve the MDG 5 target of a 75 per cent reduction in their 1990 maternal death rate by 2015.
Pablo Kuri Morales, deputy health secretary for preventative care, said most of the births in Mexico's health system occur without problems but he acknowledged that hundreds of women here still die every year during or immediately after they give birth, giving the country a maternal death rate more than three times that in the U.S.
This paper will examine the history of India's high maternal death rate as well as causes of maternal death and the reason these causes are so prevalent in India specifically.
Not only did an international group of 140 obstetricians and other doctors meeting in Dublin issue a statement last year denying that abortion is ever "medically necessary" for women, the facts speak for themselves: the maternal death rate in Ireland without abortion is among the lowest in the world with 6 per 100,000 live births registered, a far better rate than in the UK where abortion is legal and where the maternal death rate is 12 per 100,000.
A report compiled by the National Committee for Confidential Enquiries into Maternal Deaths found that the maternal death rate of the Eastern Cape was halved between 2002 and 2007.
The maternal death rate dropped by 70% from 1995 to 2005 and skilled birth attendants were present at 96% of deliveries.
Afghanistan's maternal death rate is about 1,800 per 100,000 live births, compared to the US which is 11 per 100,000.
"This is a new step in the joint efforts of both our governments to combat the high infant and maternal death rate and improve the health and lives of the Pakistani people", she said.
The global maternal death rate is estimated at between 500,000 and 600,000 a year, with 99% of the deaths occurring in low- and middle-income countries.
Toronto -- Is Canada's maternal death rate too low?
The maternal death rate is extremely high (1,600-2,200 deaths per 100,000 live births) in Afghanistan as a whole, and the estimate in one study site was the highest ever recorded (6,500/100,000 live births in Ragh, Badakshan).
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