respiratory distress syndrome of the newborn

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Synonyms for respiratory distress syndrome of the newborn

an acute lung disease of the newborn (especially the premature newborn)

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The award is a feather in the cap for RDS, which, having been established in 1997, now supports 4,000 IT users across 200 locations in the UK.
Part D Advisors is a full-service RDS administrator.
"There's not much you can do, that's professional rugby but we're back on the horse at the RDS against Munster which is no small little fixture," the prop said.
RDS is reportedly the leading cause of mortality and morbidity in premature babies and although it can be alleviated with immediate treatment, there is currently no clinical tool that is able to predict the disease fast enough to be clinically effective.
Following closing, RDS will be integrated into Crux Quality Solutions LLC's FlowBoard technology to strengthen its remote dosimetry lines
Using Tango Networks' patented technology, RDS embeds enforcement of usage policies in the wireless network itself.
In the international arena, there are no references to RDs, since this is a construct that is unique to the Spanish prison system (Belinchon, 2009), and was created in 2001 and has since been exported to some European countries such as France and England.
The VC advised the RDs to provide maximum facilities to the people for taking admission in autumn 2017, semester.
ISLAMABAD -- Regional Directors (RDs) of Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) from KPK decided to expand enrollment drive, bringing maximum number of people into the educational net.
The National Mango Board (NMB) is inviting all registered dieticians (RDs) to participate in its Share.
Resurrection is the perfect cure for every possible injury or illness, except one: Resurrection Deficiency Syndrome, or RDS. RDS permanently takes away a person's ability to resurrect, and often is not discovered until too late.
Dietary contents of RDS in the TMR were determined using the in situ incubation technique [9] with three ruminally cannulated Holstein cows (BW: 678 [+ or -] 26.5 kg; milk yield: 20.6 [+ or -] 2.5 kg; DIM: 276 [+ or -] 19).
Pollock Communications and nutrition trade magazine, Today's Dietitian, released the results of their 5th annual "What's Trending in Nutrition" national food trend survey, which polled over 1,700 registered dietitians (RDs) across the country regarding 2017's big trends in food and eating.
Patient age at admission, gender, respiratory distress score (RDS), duration of supplemental [O.sub.2], LOS, seven-day readmission rate, rate of PICU transfer, and coexisting medical problems were collected.