AADS

AcronymDefinition
AADSAccount Authority Digital Signature (verification protocol)
AADSAmerican Association of Dental Schools
AADSAmphibious Assault Direction System (AN/KSQ-1)
AADSAmphibious Assault Direction System
AADSAcquired Amusement Deficiency Syndrome
AADSArea Air Defense System
AADSAdvanced Air Defense System
AADSAdvanced Anaerobic Digestion System
AADSArmy Air Defense Site
AADSAlaskan Air Defense Sector
AADSAnti-Aircraft Defense System
AADSAffordable Apache Drive System (attack helicopter system redesign)
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Frederik Dalgaard, M.D., from Herlev and Gentofte Hospital in Hellerup, Denmark, and colleagues used the Danish nationwide administrative registries (2000 to 2015) to identify 100,935 patients with AF (age, ≥65 years) with a prescription claim for rate-lowering drugs and/or AADs. Rates of monotherapy versus dual therapy were examined.
They included four questionnaires (CADRI, AADS, AMDV, AFDV) adapted to Spanish-speaking countries (Spain and Mexico).
Blasingame was vice-president of his fraternity, Alpha Phi Alpha, a national African-American fraternity, and was president of Sankofa, a student-led organization in AADS.
Masdar, the Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company, and the Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) have successfully installed the first solar panel system at an Australian Antarctic station, it was announced.
Allergic airway diseases (AADs) are a group of heterogeneous disorder characterized by excessive T-helper type 2 (Th2) cytokine responses and abnormal airway inflammation and remodeling, including allergic rhinitis (AR), allergic asthma (AA), and chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) with atopic nature.
If not already prescribed, an antiarrhythmic drug (AAD) was initiated, amiodarone being the drug of choice if tolerated.
Further, they had shown unease in reading question statements particularly the specific terms such as "Tarteeb-e-Saudi' (ascending order), "Aads' (factors), "ZuazaafAqal' (Least Common Multiple) etc.
The US market for anastomosis devices comprises proximal AADs and distal AADs.
Patients discontinued anti-arrhythmic drugs (AADs) for at least Ave half-lives pre-operatively.
Figure 6(a) shows the comparison of the [[sigma].sub.air] curve derived from measurements using a 100-second smoothing time constant (red pluses) with the AADs curves.
The American Association of Dental Schools (AADS) published very detailed and comprehensive guidelines for the oral pathology curriculum in 1992, these are not widely accepted by oral pathologists in US dental schools probably again because of the same reason that it includes a very extensive list of topics without considering the fact that it was formulated for undergraduate students.2
Disponible en: http:// aads.org.br/arquivos/10anos/Correa2004.pdf.