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AcronymDefinition
SIDSemel in Die (Latin: Once A Day)
SIDSociety for Information Display
SIDSports Information Director
SIDSecurity Identifier
SIDSpecial Improvement District
SIDSociety for International Development
SIDSafer Internet Day (Insafe)
SIDShared Information & Data (model)
SIDSociety for Investigative Dermatology
SIDSudden Infant Death
SIDStitch in the Ditch (quilts)
SIDShip in Distress
SIDSystem Identifier
SIDSensory Integration Disorder
SIDSensory Integration Dysfunction
SIDSystem Insight Display (Hewlett Packard)
SIDSound Improvement Disc (acoustics)
SIDStandard Instrument Departure
SIDSignaling Identifier
SIDSubsystem Identification
SIDSerial Input Data
SIDSource Identification
SIDSales Terminal Identifier
SIDSolid Ink Density
SIDService Id
SIDSystem Id
SIDSafer Internet Day
SIDShared Information and Data
SIDSender Id
SIDSociety for Information Displays
SIDSecurity Id
SIDSession Id
SIDSequence Id
SIDSonic Interaction Design
SIDSecurID
SIDSession Identifier
SIDSource ID
SIDSenior Independent Director (various organizations)
SIDSound Interface Device
SIDSpecialarbejderforbundet I Danmark (Denmark)
SIDStudent Identification Number
SIDService Identifier
SIDScientific Investigation Division (law enforcement; various locations)
SIDStation Identification
SIDSudden Ionospheric Disturbance
SIDState Identification Number
SIDSaab Information Display
SIDSubscriber Identification
SIDSource-to-Image Distance (radiology)
SIDStation Identifier
SIDSide Impact Dummy (auto crash testing)
SIDSituation Display
SIDSpecial Investigation Division
SIDStrong Ion Difference (medical interpretation of complex acid base problems)
SIDSurface-Induced Dissociation (mass spectrometry)
SIDState Inpatient Database
SIDSocial Intelligence Design
SIDSilence Insertion Descriptor
SIDSpecimen Image Database (biodiversity research)
SIDSeverely Intellectually Disabled
SIDSafety in Design
SIDSystems Integration Division
SIDShuttle Integration Device (US NASA)
SIDSecurity in Depth
SIDSupplier Information Database
SIDSpecial Investigation Department (Thailand)
SIDSociedad Internacional para el Desarrollo (Spanish)
SIDSymbolic Interactive Debugger
SIDSingular Indestructible Droid (song)
SIDSilicon Ice Development (video game developer)
SIDSpatially Immersive Display
SIDSeed Industry Development (various locations)
SIDSanitary Improvement District
SIDSecondary Imagery Dissemination
SIDStrategies for International Development (Arlington, VA)
SIDSociété Internationale pour le Développement (French)
SIDSpecial Energy Improvement District (Ohio)
SIDSal, Cape Verde - Amilcar Cabral International (Airport Code)
SIDSystem Interface Document
SIDSystemic Inflammatory Disease
SIDSystème d'information Douanier (French: Customs Information System)
SIDSwift Interface Device
SIDSadistic, Intelligent, Dangerous
SIDStreet Improvement District
SIDSociété Industrielle de Diffusion (French: Industrial Distribution Company)
SIDStructure Identifier
SIDSpectral Information Divergence
SIDSlew Induced Distortion
SIDShip Installation Drawing
SIDSidetic (linguistics)
SIDStructural Interior Design (US Army Corps of Engineers)
SIDSwitch Identifier
SIDSubstitution, Insertion, Deletion
SIDSatellite Identifier
SIDSerial Interface Device
SIDSystem Interface Description
SIDScheduled Implementation Date
SIDStandard Interface Document
SIDSend Identifier
SIDServices Innovants pour Personnes Dépendantes (French: Innovative Services for Dependent Persons)
SIDSodium Ionization Detector
SIDSoftware Independent Data
SIDSequence Information Data
SIDStandard Information Display
SIDSource Image Distances
SIDSubsea Intervention Device
SIDSystem Identifier for the Database Instance (Oracle)
SIDSatellite Infiltration Drone (Knight Rider TV show)
SIDSupplementary Irish Draught (horse breed)
SIDStandard Integrated Desktop
SIDSecurity Investigation Division
SIDSystem Interface Diagram
SIDService Industries Division
SIDSkin Irritant Decontaminant
SIDSequence Interaction Diagram
SIDService Information Dataset
SIDSilent Indicator Description
SIDSecurity Investigations Division (Armed Forces Retirement Home)
SIDStrategic Intelligence Digests
SIDSolomon Island Dollar (national currency)
SIDShuffled Iterative Decoding
SIDSeismic Intrusion Detector/Device
SIDStammdaten Identifikationsnummer (German)
SIDStrip Interior Diffraction
SIDSatisfactory Implementation of Design
SIDStrip of Initial Definition
SIDSystem Information Directory
SIDSystems Inventory Database
References in periodicals archive ?
Infant sleep position and risk for sudden infant death syndrome: report of meeting held January 13 and 14, 1994, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD.
Babies sleeping with parents: Case-control study of factors influencing the risk of the sudden infant death syndrome.
Sudden unexpected infant death and sudden infant death syndrome.
Interactions between thermoregulation and the control of respiration in infants: possible relationship to sudden infant death.
In contrast, other researchers did not find any significant changes in surfactant, which could explain the cause of sudden infant death (Funayama, Kageyama and Ohtani, 1994).
WARNING Professor Peter Fleming POTENTIAL RISK Having your baby in bed with you could lead to sudden infant death syndrome
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome remains a great tragedy and we still do not know the cause.
On October 10, 2005, the AAP Task Force on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome issued a revised policy statement on SIDS and reiterated their policy recommendation of back sleep position on a firm mattress with no soft bedding in the crib.
An audit of the use of definitions of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
The campaign will promote preventive measures, focusing on issues such as lead poisoning and sudden infant death syndrome.
LANCASTER -- In honor of Baby Safety Month, Antelope Valley Hospital is educating new parents about the importance of the ``Back to Sleep'' campaign, encouraging parents to protect their new infants from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
CDC, in collaboration with other federal agencies and organizations representing medical examiners, coroners, death-scene investigators, law enforcement officials, forensic nurses, sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) researchers, infant death review experts, and parents of infants who died from SIDS, launched an initiative in 2004 to improve the investigation and reporting of sudden, unexplained infant deaths (SUIDs).
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