DCDSDetroit Country Day School
DCDSDallas County Dental Society (Dallas, TX)
DCDSDeputy Chief of the Defence Staff (Canadian Department of Defence)
DCDSDeputy Chief of the Defence Staff (Canadian Forces)
DCDSDeceased, Confirmed Dead at the Scene (parmedics' slang)
DCDSDiscrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems
DCDSDistrict of Columbia Dental Society
DCDSDistributed Computing Design System
DCDSDouble Circular Date Stamp (philately)
DCDSDistributed Computer Design System
DCDSDrive Controlled Disk Sanitization (NSA)
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DCD's Director General Dr Ahmad Bin Hazeem Al Suwaidi launched the online case registration service along two other services during a gala ceremony on Tuesday evening.
The three services provide DCD's clients with the facility for online case registration, access to the archive of case files, and free legal advice.
They have also come to enforce the fact that lawyers and DCD are strategic partners and join hands when it comes to fulfilling their role in enforcing justice".
Dr Al Suwaidi said: "DCD is always keen to provide innovative and modern procedures, along with meeting the needs of litigants.
The DCD design is a variation of the diamond interchange that can alleviate all three of these problems (congestion, high crash frequencies, and cost to add traffic capacity).
The DCD design has existed in France for 30 years, according to Michel Labrousse, director, Centre d'Etudes Techniques de l'Equipement Normandie-Centre, who provided records, signal layouts, traffic flow, and crash data from the groundbreaking interchange in Versailles, France.
engineers were aware of the DCD and had rejected its unconventional design.
Recently, researchers from the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center (TFHRC) have begun to promote the DCD in the United States.
"When the withdrawal of life support is consensually decided by the attending physician and the family member or surrogate (particularly in the hospital setting of the ICU), consistent opportunity for DCD should now be available to all families or to honor the deceased donor's wishes." -- The Draft Report of a National Conference on Donation After Cardiac Death
More than 100 participants representing the entire spectrum of the transplant community met on April 7 and 8 in Philadelphia, PA, with a charge of expanding "the practice of donation after cardiac death (DCD) in the continuum of quality end-of-life care."
Each of the 6 working groups addressed a specific area of importance needed to bring DCD into the routine practice of medicine in US transplant centers.
The workgroup is recommending that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) fund observational studies on the frequency of auto-resuscitation in DCD patients and other patients dying after withdrawal of life-sustaining therapy.