ADRES

AcronymDefinition
ADRESArchitecture for Dynamically Reconfigurable Embedded Systems
ADRESAutomatic Dynamic Range Expansion System (recording)
ADRESAircraft Data Retrieval System
ADRESAdvanced Reconnaissance Sensor/System
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suggest a superior immune reconstitution and adverse drug reactions/events (ADREs) profile with tenofovir-based regimen relative to zidovudine regimen based on studies conducted in developed countries [3,12, 21].
This study therefore sought to evaluate and compare the efficacy (immune reconstitution propensity) and safety (adverse drug reactions/events, ADREs) of tenofovir, lamivudine, and efavirenz regimen (tenofovir cohort) to zidovudine, lamivudine, and efavirenz regimen (zidovudine cohort) and further assess how human related factors affect efficacy and safety of these HAART regimens in PLWHA.
On the other hand, ADReS cannot assess the patient's actual driving performance, nor can it predict an individual's crash risk.
Describe the findings on the ADReS and any other evaluation that make it clear the patient should not be behind the wheel.