VAD

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AcronymDefinition
VADVoice Activity Detection
VADVentricular Assist Device
VADVente a Distance (French: Distance Selling)
VADVascular Dementia
VADVoice Activated Dialing
VADVitamin A Deficiency
VADValue-Added Distributor
VADValue Added Dealer
VADValue Added Distribution
VADVelocity-Azimuth Display
VADVacuum Assisted Delivery (pregnancy)
VADVoice Activity Detector
VADVoluntary Aid Detachment
VADVascular Access Device
VADValue-Added Dealer
VADVertebral Artery Dissection
VADVenous Access Device
VADVincristine, Adriamycin, Dexamethasone (chemotherapy regimen)
VADVapor Axial Deposition
VADVidéo À La Demande (French: Video on Demand)
VADValor Agregado de Distribución (Guatemala)
VADValue-Added Data
VADVirginia Association of the Deaf
VADVisual Asset Database (McGraw-Hill)
VADValeur Ajoutée Directe (French: Direct Added Value; management approach)
VADValue of Annual Demand
VADVille et Aménagement Durable (French: Sustainable City and Urban Planning; France)
VADVirtual Agent Desktop
VADVersatile Automotive Diagnostics (Surrey, British Columbia, Canada)
VADVeterans Affairs Department
VADVolunteer Assignment Description
VADValeurs Ajoutées au Déplacement (French disabled persons transport service)
VADVertical Application Device
VADVideo Archive and Dissemination
VADVulnerability Assessment Device
VADVoice Activated Dictation
VADVoitures Anciennes Daveluyville (French; Canadian classic car festival)
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The main cause of vitamin A deficiency is a chronic inadequate intake of vitamin A-rich foods such as eggs, milk and liver, (10) as well as the poor bio-availability of [beta]-carotene from dark green and yellow vegetables or fruit.
Although there is no direct evidence of the level at which functional consequences of vitamin A deficiency (i.
There are no national data on the prevalence of vitamin A deficiency in pregnant women.
The aim of the present study was to estimate the burden of disease in South Africa attributable to vitamin A deficiency in children 0-4 years of age and pregnant women in 2000.
The amount of disease burden attributable to exposure to vitamin A was estimated by comparing the current observed level of vitamin A deficiency with a counterfactual risk factor distribution conferring the lowest possible population risk (the theoretical minimum distribution).
Vitamin A deficiency itself appears as an underlying cause of death and disability in the South African burden of disease list.
Hence, the disability associated with blindness is included in vitamin A deficiency YLDs following the method of Murray et al.