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)
ADEAssociation for Development through Education (est. 2009)
ADEAssign Digit Editing
ADEAudible Doppler Enhancer
ADEAxially Displaced Ellipse (antenna)
ADEAthletes and Education
ADEAntenna Design Engineer
ADEAcademy of Distinguished Engineers (UCONN)
ADEAPS Data Export
ADEAuthorized Data Element
ADEApproved Data Element
ADEAttenuation Distortion Equivalent (ITU-T)
ADEAbsorption-Desorption Equilibrium (thermal)
ADEAnalog Display Equipment
ADEA-D-E Series of Lie Algebras (mathematics; representation theory)
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Clinically validated and successfully implemented in major health systems, on a mission to be a trusted partner in eliminating avoidable adverse drug events.
When a pet has an unexpected reaction to a veterinary drug, it is important to file an Adverse Drug Event (ADE) report.
The effectiveness of computerized order entry at reducing preventable adverse drug events and medication errors in hospital settings: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Improving medication optimization will continue to grow in importance in the future, both in terms of improving patient outcomes and also helping with long-term care facility viability By increasing the focus on appropriate medication management including the prevention of adverse drug events, significant quality outcomes can be achieved.
"Synowledge is a highly regarded provider that biopharmaceutical corporations trust to manage the critical process of monitoring and reporting adverse drug events. It's the capabilities complement our deep scientific expertise and technology-enabled services that support our customers in developing and bringing new drugs to market as safely and efficiently as possible."
Department of Health and Human Services aims to align the efforts of multiple federal programs committed to reducing patient harms related to adverse drug events. The three initial high-priority targets of the action plan are anticoagulants, diabetes agents, and opioids.
Medication errors and adverse drug events have been one of the major contributors to hospital readmissions globally.
Data source: An analysis of nationally representative public health surveillance data on adverse drug events, focusing on hypoglycemia resulting from insulin overdose.
ELK GROVE VILLAGE, III.--A report published in the December issue of Pediatrics shows that steps taken by the makers of cough and cold medicines were effective in reducing adverse drug events involving children.
There were many potential Adverse Drug Events which included 1% fatal, 12% life threatening and 56% of preventable ADRs occurred when the drugs were ordered.