NEML

AcronymDefinition
NEMLNetwork Element Management Layer
NEMLNew England Mathematics League
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He said that NEML, 2018 is a commitment of the government to ensure cost effective ways to deliver equitable access to affordable medicines that are safe, effective, and are aimed at improving the quality of patient care as well as clinical decision making.
Every country is required to prepare an NEML to list the minimum medicines needed for their healthcare system.
Although not on the NEML, quetiapine is currently available in the public health sector (13) at the discretion of individual institutions and clinician motivation.
The calculation processes are illustrated in [Figure 1] and explained in detail as follows: Step 1: The 520 medicines were identified according to the latest (NEML, 2012); Step 2: The sample cities were determined.
Out of total 852 drugs prescribed, 478 (56.10%) drugs were prescribed from NEML 2013 of which 256 (53.56%) were CMC, 186 (38.91%) HPC, 10 (2.10%) vitamin C, 8 (1.67%) diclofenac, 8 (1.67%) doxycycline, 6 (1.25%) acyclovir, and 4 (0.84%) were azithromycin [Figure 2].
The average number of drugs per prescription in our study was 3.03 with 55.39% drugs prescribed from the NEML 2013.
The acquisition of NEML, which will be highly complementary to Nomura's existing Commodities franchise, will enhance Nomura's highly regarded global investment banking franchise in the power and gas sector.
La literatura mas reciente conocida como nueva economia de la migracion laboral (en adelante NEML) ha facilitado diversas explicaciones sobre el limitado volumen de migraciones entre paises de bajo y alto ingreso (Stark y Bloom, 1985 y Stark, 1991).
Earlier this year, the National Electronics Manufacturing Initiative (NEML Herndon, VA) published its 2002 roadmap, which identifies technology and infrastructure developments required to ensure the competitiveness of the North American electronics manufacturing supply chain.
He said that National Essential Medicine List (NEML) is an important element of National Health system policies and practices and has proven to be a useful tool to help country in selecting quality, safe, efficacious and affordable medicines.