AHCDAdvance Health Care Directive (health decision documentation)
AHCDAmbulatory Health Care Data (US CDC)
AHCDAmerican Heritage College Dictionary
AHCDAfghan Hound Club of Dallas (Texas)
AHCDAnterior Horn Cell Disease (neurology)
AHCDAlpha-Heavy Chain Disease
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Both definitive and differential diagnosis of the AHCD can be made by a combination of patient's history, blood tests for functional adrenal lesions, radiological studies, and serological tests [1, 2, 13].
The general principles of AHCD treatment are the same as those for other organ hydatid cyst diseases.
* Health-care professionals must retain a copy of an AHCD in the patient's file if one is supplied;
* Health-care professionals do not need to carry out a decision in an AHCD or a direction from a proxy if it is unethical or unconscionable;
The court held, inter alia, that the plaintiff alleged that the defendants deliberately concealed the AHCD from her.
Although AHCD does not lack provocative new features, OACD is the less traditional dictionary.
In addition to a preface, lists of staff and consultants (including the members of their well-known usage panel), a full guide to the dictionary, a style manual, a section on abbreviations and labels used in the dictionary, and an explanation of the book's pronunciation system, AHCD includes Geoffrey Nunberg's essay "Usage in The American Heritage Dictionary." Shunning both rigid and out-of-date prescriptivism and undiluted descriptivism, this essay is amazingly lucid and balanced--virtually worth the price of the book.
A list of the circumstances under which paramedics can forgo an attempt at resuscitation for adults included the following: (1) a valid DNAR; (2) a valid AHCD with one of the following present at scene: (a) an AHCD with written DNAR instructions, or (b) the agent identified in the AHCD requesting no resuscitation; (3) immediate family member present at scene: (a) with a Living Will or DPAHC on scene requesting no resuscitation, or (b) without said documents at scene, with full agreement of others if present, requesting no resuscitation; or (4) patient in asystole without cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and the estimated time from collapse to bystander CPR or EMS initiating BLS measures is greater than 10 minutes.
Stakeholder review recommended that documentation include "the name of the agent identified in the AHCD or immediate family member who made the decision to withhold or withdraw resuscitative measures, along with their signature on the EMS report form." The following statement was also added in response to concern about family members at the scene: "prehospital personnel should remain on scene until law enforcement arrives, during this time when appropriate, the provider should provide grief support to family member(s)."