AECG

AcronymDefinition
AECGAboriginal Education Consultative Group, Inc (Australia)
AECGAmbulatory Electrocardiogram
AECGAlan Ett Creative Group (Los Angeles, CA)
AECGAmerican-European Consensus Group
AECGArmy Exercise Control Group
AECGAnnotated Electrocardiogram (Healthcare Informatics Standard)
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In NSW, the Aboriginal Education Policy (AEP) commits the Department of Education to, 'collaborative decision making with Aboriginal Peoples, parents, caregivers, families and their communities' and to, 'engage the NSW AECG Inc.
Previous Methods to Extract NIFECG from aECG. Researchers in the biomedical field in the areas of fetal extraction and fetal analysis have done extensive work in the last two decades.
(118) Las negociaciones del TPP, ttip y aecg han suscitado una renovada polemica de forma mas reciente.
The representations of ACEOs within policy or its general absence, with the exception of Bringing them home (HREOC 1997) and The report of the review of Aboriginal education (NSW AECG and NSW DET 2004), are routinely deficit.
Diagnosis of SS was made according to the AECG criteria, which includes a standardized clinical examination performed by an experienced rheumatologist (Yukai Wang), serological and laboratory tests, ocular tests, and salivary gland biopsy.
Stephen Kirkland (stephen.kirkland@ aecg.biz) is a compensation and financial consultant with Atlantic Executive Consulting Group LLC.
In 2002, the American-European Consensus Group (AECG) revised previously established criteria for diagnosing SS by introducing more precise diagnostic procedures (Baldini et al., 2012; Kurien & Scofield, 2011).
The diagnosis of pSS was established according to the European-American Consensus Group criteria (AECG) [30].
Until recently, Sjogren's syndrome was diagnosed according to the criteria presented in the year 2002 by the American-European Consensus Group (AECG) [15].
In contrast, methods utilizing the AECG have a greater prospect for long-term monitoring of FHR and fetal well-being using signal processing techniques.
Diagnosis of pSS according to the current American-European Consensus Group (AECG) criteria (2) requires at least four of the following six items: subjective xerophthalmia, subjective xerostomia, an objective test for xerophthalmia, objective evidence of salivary gland dysfunction, the presence of either anti-Ro/SSA or anti-La/SSB antibodies, and histopathological criteria for pSS on a minor salivary gland biopsy.
The presented results for synthetic ECG signals validate this method, while applications on real AECG signal from three different databases have led to improved signals that are valid for further analysis and extraction of parameters such as heart rate variability.