ADE

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AcronymDefinition
ADEArkansas Department of Education
ADEArizona Department of Education
ADEAdverse Drug Events
ADEAmis des Enfants (French: Friends of Children)
ADEApple Distinguished Educator
ADEAdministración y Dirección de Empresas (University degree in Spain)
ADEAdvanced Dynamic Execution
ADEApplication Deployment Engines
ADEApplication Development Environment
ADEAdvanced Dental Education (various locations)
ADEAssociation of Departments of English
ADEAntibody-Dependent Enhancement
ADEAnalog Design Environment
ADEAfter Death Experiences (band)
ADEAeronautical Development Establishment
ADEAbsolute Digital Encoder (metering technology)
ADEAnti-Doping Education (various organizations)
ADEAutomatic Data Exchange
ADEAdblock Edge (web browser extension)
ADEAssistant Division Engineer
ADEAirdrop Damage Estimate (US DoD)
ADEAutomatic Data Entry
ADEAdvanced Development Environment
ADEAdelanto Junction (Amtrak station code; Victorville, CA)
ADEAdvanced Detection Equipment
ADEAutomatic Directory Exchange
ADEAuxiliary Differential Equation
ADEAir Defense Emergency
ADEAutomated Design Engineering
ADEAir Defense Element
ADEArray Drive Electronics
ADEAufforderung zur DatenEingabe
ADEAssociation de Développement Economique (French: Economic Development Association)
ADEAerial Delivery Equipment
ADEAirdrop Equipment
ADEAdvanced Drilling Equipment (power tools)
ADEArmy Data Encyclopedia
ADEAdverse Device Event
ADEAutomatic Design Engineering
ADEAquitaine Dental Energy (France)
ADEAssign Digit Editing
ADEAssociation for Development through Education (est. 2009)
ADEAthletes and Education
ADEAxially Displaced Ellipse (antenna)
ADEAudible Doppler Enhancer
ADEAcademy of Distinguished Engineers (UCONN)
ADEAntenna Design Engineer
ADEAPS Data Export
ADEAuthorized Data Element
ADEAttenuation Distortion Equivalent (ITU-T)
ADEAnalog Display Equipment
ADEAbsorption-Desorption Equilibrium (thermal)
ADEApproved Data Element
ADEA-D-E Series of Lie Algebras (mathematics; representation theory)
References in periodicals archive ?
The researchers recognize the importance of pharmacists in efforts to combat adverse drug events.
Since patient care, pharmacy, and risk management generally share accountability for tracking (and fixing problems) in all adverse drug events, the suggestion to deal with both errors and near misses in a nonpunitive manner would seem to be the most helpful suggestion in this publication.
Studies suggest that up to 50% of persons in a nursing home have some kind of adverse drug event every 6 months, and while many of those are relatively minor events, they can be serious.
Because adverse drug events (ADEs) are often more difficult to identify than other injuries, the CDC conducted an independent chart review in a sample of six NEISS-CADES hospitals, representing a range of sizes and of ADE reporting rates (0.
Included among those were 35 potential adverse drug events and 5 preventable adverse drug events.