AID

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AcronymDefinition
AIDAssociation for India's Development
AIDAgency for International Development
AIDArkansas Insurance Department (Little Rock, AR)
AIDAmericans for Informed Democracy
AIDAgricultural and Industrial Development
AIDAmerica in Defense (martial arts)
AIDAcquired Immune Deficiency
AIDArchitecture in Development (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
AIDAuto-Immune Disease
AIDAnimals in Distress (various locations)
AIDAssociazione Italiana Dislessia (Italian: Italian Dyslexia Association)
AIDAlmost Ideal Demand (economic model)
AIDAccess Identifier (SONET)
AIDAlgemene Inspectiedienst (Dutch Governmental Agricultural Intelligence Service)
AIDApplication Identifier
AIDAddress Identifier (Telabs)
AIDAdvertiser Identifier
AIDAutomatic Initiate Descriptor
AIDAdvanced Interactive Debugger
AIDAttention Identifier
AIDAdvanced Input Devices
AIDAdvanced Internet Development
AIDAbsolute Iron Deficiency
AIDArchitectural and Interior Design
AIDAlmyta Inventory Distributor (software)
AIDAssociation Internationale de Développement (French: International Development Association)
AIDAlternative for India Development (Indian development organisation)
AIDAutomatic Incident Detection
AIDAusländer in Deutschland (newspaper)
AIDAnnual Information Document (finance)
AIDArnold Irrigation District (Oregon)
AIDArtificial Insemination Donor
AIDAutomatic Interaction Detector
AIDAmerican Institute of Decorators
AIDAccident Investigation Division (US and Hong Kong)
AIDAudio Intelligence Device
AIDAllergic Inhalant Dermatitis (aka Atopy)
AIDAutomatic in Decomposition (US DoD)
AIDAdvanced Image Direct (Fullerton, CA)
AIDAutomatic Implantable Defibrillator
AIDAudit Information System
AIDArmy Information Digest
AIDArbo Inspectie Dienst (Dutch: Health Inspection Service)
AIDAUTODIN Interface Device
AIDArmy Intelligence Department
AIDArmy Industrial Fund
AIDAuxiliary Input Device (Compaq)
AIDAltered Item Drawing
AIDAll Interactive Distribution (Australia)
AIDApplet Identifier (ISO7816-5)
AIDAcquisition Item Description
AIDAnimal Industries Division
AIDAppendix Irish Draught (horse breed)
AIDAnalog Input Differential
AIDAcquire, Identify, Determine, Shoot (US Air Force)
AIDAir Inlet Damper
AIDAssociation pour l'Innovation Didactique (French: Association for Educational Innovation)
AIDAssess, Improve, Decide
AIDArbitron Information on Demand
AIDAccident, Incident, Deficiency
AIDAttention Interrupt Device
AIDAdvertising Investigation Department
AIDAeronautical Information Distribution
AIDArtificial Intelligence Diagnostics
AIDAircraft Interface Device
AIDAvionics Integrated Development
AIDAerospace Information Division
AIDAccident Identification Display
AIDAmerican Institute of Development
AIDAlphanumeric Information Display
AIDAction Item Disposition
AIDADA Information Description
AIDAuthoring Instructional Materials Program
AIDAircraft Identification/Identifier
AIDAgenzia Internazionale Due
AIDASARS Interface Device
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Table 1 Possible Causes of Absolute Iron Deficiency Absolute Iron Deficiency Excessive iron loss (bleeding) * Frequent blood sampling for laboratory tests * Retention of blood in dialyzer and blood lines * Inflammatory bowel disease * Gastrointestinal neoplasms * Peptic ulcer disease * Surgical procedures (such as creation of vascular access) Women's health * Menstruation Nutritional * Inadequate diet Impaired iron absorption * Celiac disease * Helicobacter pylori infection * Medications (gastric acid inhibitors and phosphate binders) * Uremia Sources: Goodnough, Nemeth, & Ganz, 2010; KDIGO Anemia Work Group, 2012.
Treatment of anemia in haemodialysis with iron and ESA does not always lead to adequate anemia con-trol.24 Absolute iron deficiency (AID) was observed in some Epo treated patients.
Patients with ACD and absolute iron deficiency should receive supplemental iron therapy.
The results of the present study confirm that it is important to treat absolute iron deficiency in patients with heart failure, but suggest that it may not be useful to give iron supplements to heart failure patients with functional iron deficiency.
In addition to absolute iron deficiency (as discussed previously), patients on HD also experience alterations in iron homeostasis due to ironrestricted erythropoiesis and inflammation-mediated RE blockade.
Patients with CHF are considered to have absolute iron deficiency if their serum ferritin level is below 100 [micro]g/L.
One study of patients with renal failure showed that serum ferritin less than 200 ng/mL correlated with absolute iron deficiency according to bone marrow biopsy with iron staining (Kalantar-Zadeh et al., 1995).
Absolute iron deficiency is caused by the physical depletion of iron from the body (see Table 3).
* How are patients with absolute iron deficiency, functional iron deficiency, or inflammatory blockade being treated?
In cases of absolute iron deficiency, as indicated by a transferrin saturation below 200%, patients typically received a course of IV iron consisting of 125-mg doses of sodium ferric gluconate administered over eight consecutive dialysis sessions.
Absolute iron deficiency. K/DOQI guidelines define absolute iron deficiency for CKD, PD, and HD patients as a serum ferritin less than 100 ng/mL and TSAT less than 20%.
Causes of absolute iron deficiency may include malabsorption (Goch, Birgegard, Danielson, & Wikstrom, 1996; Kooistra et al., 1998), blood loss from frequent laboratory testing (weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly labs) (Fishbane & Maesaka, 1997), lowgrade gastrointestinal bleeding (Akmal, Sawelson, Karubian, & Gadallah, 1994), and hemolysis (Yee & Besarab, 2002).