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ARDAcid Reflux Disease
ARDAgricultural Research for Development (in Europe)
ARDApple Remote Desktop
ARDArdmore (Amtrak station code; Ardmore, PA)
ARDAcid Rock Drainage (mining)
ARDAdmission, Review and Dismissal (Individual Educational Planning committee)
ARDAnnals of the Rheumatic Diseases
ARDAgriculture and Rural Development (World Bank)
ARDAntiretroviral Drug
ARDAbsolute Risk Difference
ARDAccelerated Rehabilitative Disposition
ARDAnti-Racism and Diversity (various locations)
ARDArbeitsgemeinschaft der Öffentlich-Rechtlichen Rundfunkanstalten der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (German National TV Consortium)
ARDAsbestos Related Disease
ARDAutomatic Ring Down
ARDAcquired Rights Directive (EU; now Business Transfers Directive)
ARDAgence Régionale de Développement (French: Regional Development Agency)
ARDAmerica Recycles Day
ARDAccounting Reference Date
ARDAlliance for the Restoration of Democracy (Pakistan)
ARDAcute Respiratory Disease
ARDAnnual Return Date (accounting)
ARDAssociates in Rural Development (Tetra Tech)
ARDAnti-Reflective Device
ARDAssessment Reference Date (health care financial assessment)
ARDAnimal Resource Development (India)
ARDAnticipated Repayment Date
ARDAssociation pour la Recherche sur le Diabète (French: Association for Diabetes Research; Paris, France)
ARDAssessment and Restoration Division (US NOAA)
ARDAssociation for Rural Development
ARDAgricultural Research Division
ARDAssistant Resident Director
ARDAcid Related Disorder
ARDAcoustic Research Detachment
ARDAlliance Républicaine pour le Développement (French: Republican Alliance for Development; Djibouti)
ARDAtmospheric Re-entry Demonstrator
ARDAuxiliary Repair Dry Dock (Non Self-Propelled)
ARDAnthropological Review Database (University of Buffalo)
ARDAutomatic Ringdown
ARDAir and Radiation Division
ARDAutomatic Release Date
ARDArizona Road Dust
ARDAlliance pour la Resistance Democratique (French: Alliance for Democratic Resistance; Congolese militia group)
ARDAnniversary Rating Date (insurance)
ARDAlberta Reinforcement Depot (Alberta, Canada)
ARDAge Related Dementia
ARDAlliance Républicaine pour la Démocratie (French: Republican Alliance for Democracy, Djibouti)
ARDAssociation Rule Discovery
ARDAdministrative Review Division (Colorado)
ARDAgro-Industrie Recherches et Développement (French: Agro-Industry Research and Development; est. 1989)
ARDAeronautics Research Mission Directorate (NASA)
ARDApplication Requirements Document
ARDApplication Remote Database
ARDAdvanced Reactor Division
ARDAzimuth-Range Doppler
ARDAcceptance Requirement Document
ARDAnycast Receiver Discovery
ARDAdvanced Research Division
ARDArt Restoration Dictionary (Poland)
ARDAudible Recall Device
ARDA3I Requirements Document
ARDAquatic Resource Division
ARDApplied Research Department
ARDAdvanced Resource Development
ARDArinc and Discrete Circuit Card
ARDAbort Region Determination
ARDAnticipated Registration Date
ARDAcción Radical Demócrata (Radical Democratic Action; political movement, Guatemala)
ARDAgency Resources Department
ARDAnaesthetic/Resuscitation Department
ARDAntennes Réseaux Distribution (French: Antenna Distribution Networks; Annecy, France)
ARDAverage Random Delay
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When the stock of AdV-4 and -7 vaccine was depleted, the Army's Acute Respiratory Disease Surveillance Program (ARD-SP), partnering with the Naval Health Research Center (San Diego, CA, USA) Febrile Respiratory Illness (NHRC FRI) Surveillance Program, demonstrated substantial increases in ARD cases, specifically adenovirus-associated ARD.
It was initially described in 1955, and was associated with epidemic of acute respiratory disease in military recruits in Europe in 1969.
62) and the risk of acute respiratory disease was reduced by 21% (RR 0.
More recently in South Korea, deaths caused by severe pneumonia were reported among the military, and an outbreak of acute respiratory disease caused by adenovirus occurred in an army training camp (12,13).
Acute respiratory disease associated with adeno virus serotype 14-four states, 2006-2007.
A highly contagious acute respiratory disease of pigs, caused by one of several swine influenza A viruses.
Health care providers should consider RSV as a cause of acute respiratory disease in all age groups, and implement appropriate isolation precautions, according to the CDC.
Also disclosed are methods for utilizing TR7 polypeptides and polynucleotides in the design of protocols for the treatment of chronic and acute inflammation, arthritis, septicemia, autoimmune diseases (such as inflammatory bowel disease and psoriasis), transplant rejection, graft versus host disease, infection, stroke, ischemia, acute respiratory disease syndrome, restenosis, brain injury, AIDS, bone diseases, cancer (such as lymphoproliferative disorders), atherosclerosis, and Alzheimers disease, among others and diagnostic assays for such conditions.
The type 4 and 7 adenoviruses used in the study can cause acute respiratory disease if inhaled.
They have been recognized for decades as the primary causes of acute respiratory disease (ARD), gastrointestinal infection, and fever (2).
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