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AcronymDefinition
ADESAssociation pour le Développement Economique et Social (French: Association for Economic and Social Development)
ADESAssociation Départementale d'Éducation pour la Santé
ADESAssociation of Directors of Education in Scotland
ADESAutomatic Digital Encoding System
ADESAerodrome of Destination
ADESAsociación de Desarrollo Económico Social (Association for Social Economic Development)
ADESAngle-Dispersed Electron Spectroscopy
ADESAerial Delivery Equipment & Systems (US DoD)
ADESAirdrop Equipment and Systems
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"Antibiotic ADEs lead to many emergency department visits, particularly among young children," the authors write.
The total number of consideration shares was calculated using the closing mid-market price of ADES shares on 18 December 2017, being the business day prior to the transaction signing date.
ADES' IPO is the first time a MENA-based investment bank has served as sole global coordinator for an IPO on London Stock Exchange.
Out of total 160 patients, 58 (36.25%) patients developed ADEs. Total 112 different ADEs were observed in 58 patients with average incidence of ADEs per patients was 1.92.
AdeS is a leading soy-based beverages brand with operations in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia, Chile, and Colombia.
Spanning an area of 5,000 square metres, ADES 2015 will provide exhibitors with a platform to showcase products and services related to information technology, consumer electronics, mobile technology, lifestyle and leisure sectors, as well as gaming, and security systems, among others.
"We do not believe that these findings are caused by prescribing of less-familiar medications, because most drugs resulting in preventable ADEs were associated with common medications, such as antibiotics."
Of 4,561 charts reviewed, 68 ADE cases were identified.
Gatifloxacin is associated with hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia ADEs, including death, at rates greatly exceeding those of other quinolones (3).
Of 4,561 ED visit charts reviewed, a total of 68 ADE cases were identified.
Adverse drug events (ADEs) occur when therapeutic drugs have injurious effects; current systems for conducting national ADE surveillance are limited, and current national estimates of ADE incidence are problematic (1).