APSAC


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AcronymDefinition
APSACAmerican Professional Society on the Abuse of Children
APSACAnisoylated Plasminogen Streptokinase Activator Complex (thrombolytic drug)
APSACAustralian Public Sector Anti-Corruption
APSACAdministrative and Professional Staff Advisory Committee (Purdue University; Westville, IN)
APSACAssociation of Professional Substance Abuse Counsellors (Singapore)
APSACArmy Public Schools and Colleges System (Pakistan)
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Lanning, "A Law Enforcement Perspective on the Compliant Child Victim," The APSAC Advisor 14, no.
376), this trial showed no survival edge for people getting tPA or APSAC.
Elliott, Sexual Abuse of Children, in THE APSAC HANDBOOK, supra note 3, at 55, 56.
ASPAC Saddar, Karachi, eleven and APSAC Hyderabad secured one 8 straights As and above in Cambridge University O Level Exam.
Now that professional organizations such as APSAC (Chaffin, et al.
Abney, The Lessons of the Louise Woodward Case, APSAC ADVISOR, Winter 1997, at 4 (letter to the editor) ("One could speculate that if Louise was a member of a poor and less valued ethnic group, the media might have been compelled to present her as unattractive, frightening and malicious, and Judge Zobel might have never contemplated a sentence of time served.
In the United States, approximately 53 percent of patients currently treated with thrombolytics receive alteplase, 36 percent are prescribed streptokinase, and 11 percent receive APSAC.
While the survey shows that cardiologists are reexamining thrombolytic therapy in acute MI patients as a result of ISIS-3, 56 percent of cardiologists still use t-PA on a regular basis, 36 percent use streptokinase, and 8 percent use APSAC, according to the survey.
The ASPAC Saddar, Karachi eleven and APSAC Hyderabad secured one 8 straights As and above in Cambridge University O Level Exam.
The ISIS-3 results confirm that the world's oldest and least expensive thrombolytic agent, Streptase(R) (streptokinase), is equally effective in reducing death rates from heart attacks as the genetically engineered t-PA, and the streptokinase derivative known as APSAC, both of which may cost up to ten times more than Streptase.
Earlier, the Corps Commander was informed about the major objectives and achievements of APSACS by Regional Coordinator Mrs Azra Yasmin Paracha.