DSASDépartement de la Santé et de l'Action Sociale (French: Department of Health and Social Action; Switzerland)
DSASDirectional Sound Amplification System (Yukon)
DSASDivision of Substance Abuse Services
DSASDecision Support and Analytics Services (Hewlett-Packard)
DSASDefence Security and Assurance Services (UK)
DSASDepartment of Senior Adult Services (Ohio)
DSASDatabase Security Audit System (IPlock)
DSASDirect Support Aviation Section
DSASData Set Analysis System
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Malaya particularly lauded the efforts of Davao City, Balanga City, and Iloilo City for expanding their smoke-free environments over and above what the law specifies as these cities impose a prohibition on smoking in all public places except in DSAs identified by the LGU.
Doorstep banking helps banks to maintain relationships with clients and the firm's direct sales team (DSA) had been relying on paperwork and manual data entry to keep the business moving.
Digital subtraction angiography (DSA) was performed in all patients by accessing the femoral artery using a 5 F Simmons 1 catheter (Cook Medical).
Besides the wide array of latest firearms, ammunition and shooting apparel made available at the events venue, DSAS offers free lectures on 'Crime Prevention and Skill Enhancement Orientation' initiated by the National Capital Region Police Office and 'Basic Rescue Training, Disaster Preparedness and Crisis Management' by the PNP Academy.
Reportedly, the imlifidase Fast Track Designation is supported by efficacy data reported from four successfully completed phase 2 studies that demonstrate imlifidase's ability to rapidly and significantly reduce Donor Specific Antibodies (DSAs), thereby enabling kidney transplantation.
The most important aspect of antibody testing is the specificity of the antibodies identified and, in the case of solid organ transplantation, whether the anti-HLA antibodies detected in the recipient's serum are against donor HLA antigens (also called donor-specific antibodies or DSA).
(13) In Miriam's case, the lawyers argued that the use of the DSA as the first unit of distribution was arbitrary and capricious because (1) DSAs were not constructed for organ distribution purposes and are arbitrary boundaries that are not consistent in size (e.g.
However, these DSAs are dependent on collaboration with state and local governments in locating people who may need assistance in obtaining aid.
The members of the delegation for Relations with the countries of South Asia (DSAS) are Jean Lambert (Chair), James Nicholson, Richard Corbet, Wajid Khan and Sajjad Karim.
La ultima variable fisica, "variacion de la linea de costa", se clasifico en tres categorias basadas en la desviacion estandar de las tasas de variacion obtenidas una vez corrido el analisis con el DSAS: desde el balneario Santa Elena hasta el norte de la provincia predomina el retroceso de la linea de costa (menor a -0,30 m/ano) y al sur del mismo balneario se mezclan zonas de estabilidad (entre -0,30 y +0,30 m/ano) y zonas de avance en direccion al mar (+0,30 m/ano).
DSAs before the second transplant to the selected donor were found in DRB1 and DQB1 as follows: anti-DRB1 mean fluorescence intensity (MFI) = 3154 and anti-DQB1 MFI = 2141.