EOD

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EODExplosive Ordnance Disposal
EODEnd Of Day
EODEnd of Development (software)
EODEarly Onset Dementia
EODEnd Of Data
EODEverything on Demand
EODEnterprise on Demand
EODEditing on Disk
EODEnd of Document
EODEve of Destruction (computer game)
EODEntertainment on Demand (cable TV feature)
EODEvent of Default
EODEnd Of Discussion
EODEvery Other Day
EODEmpire of Dirt (gaming)
EODElectric Organ Discharge
EODEuropean Opera Days
EODExtent of Disease
EODEntry On Duty
EODExplosive Ordnance Detachment
EODExpression of Dissatisfaction (UK)
EODEngineer on a Disk
EODEntrance on Duty
EODExplosive Ordnance Demolition
EODExplosive Ordnance Device (less common)
EODEqual Opportunity Division
EODExtent of Damage (insurance)
EODEverything-On-Demand (services)
EODExplosive Ordnance Detection
EODEnter On Duty
EODEmployee and Organizational Development (human resources)
EODEnglish Opens Doors (Chile)
EODElite Operations Division (game)
EODEnd of Discharge
EODEmperors of Darkside (forum)
EODEnd of Dialing
EODEsoteric Order of Dagon (Cthulhu Mythos)
EODEnd of Diatribe
EODEcologic Oriented Development (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
EODElectro Optic Director (weapons)
EODEnd-Organ Damage
EODErasable Optical Disc
EODEnvyus or Die (gaming)
EODEngineering Operations Division
EODEstablished Onset of Disability
EODEnergy on Detector
EODEngine Object Damage
EODEquivalent Other Duty
EODEntering Office Date
EODEnterprise Operations Directorate
EODExceed on Demand (client)
EODExplosive Ordnance Depot/Disposal
EODDate of Entering Officer (US Navy)
EODEveryone's Divorced
EODEmergency Order of Detention (psychiatry directive)
EODEmployee on Duty
EODEnvironment of Deposition
EODEthernet Over DOCSIS
EODÉquipe de Déminage (French: Demining Team; NATO)
EODExaminations On Demand
EODEmail of Death (Graduate Entry Medicine notice; Australia)
EODElectro-Optical Disk
EODExport on Demand System (trade)
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Serum cystatin C level is a marker of end-organ damage in patients with essential hypertension.
The finding of MGRS on kidney biopsy alternatively necessitates intervention to prevent ongoing deposition and end-organ damage. (2) In the largest case series of only 37 patients with PGNMID, only 38% experienced complete or partial recovery of renal function.
New Delhi [India], Feb.12 ( ANI ): The Diabetes Care Foundation of India (DCFI), a non-profit organisation, working extensively on facing the challenge of diabetes, organised a free "diabetes/hypertension related end-organ damage" screening camp for underprivileged high-risk diabetes patients at a government dispensary in New Delhi on Monday.
This all contributes to endothelial cell dysfunction that leads to increased capillary permeability/leak, which has been postulated as a mechanism for parenchymal injury and end-organ damage. As expected, organs susceptible to the worst injuries are the ones with stronger immune defense mechanisms, notably the lungs and gut [10].
Patients that have [greater than or equal to] 10% clonal bone marrow plasma cells but do not show signs of end-organ damage are classified as having a variant of PCM, smouldering (asymptomatic) PCM [2].
* Retinopathy and CNS manifestations were most commonly encountered end-organ damage in patients of hypertensive emergency.
Failure to identify early stage CMV infection can cause further viremia, end-organ damage at other sites, and further damage to the GI microvasculature causing ulcerations, bleeding, and perforation [12].
In the setting of significant eosinophilia, an electrocardiogram, cardiac enzyme levels, and a chest x-ray should be obtained to screen for end-organ damage related to eosinophilia.
While they suggest 'hypertensive urgency' for patients with severe hypertension without acute end-organ damage (3).
By inhibiting NEP, TD-0714 elevates the levels of these peptides, which may exert protective cardiac and renal effects including vasodilation, diuresis, natriuresis, reversal of maladaptive changes in heart, blood vessels and kidney, prevention of fibrosis, and prevention of end-organ damage.
In 2003, the International Myeloma Working Group agreed on a definition of SMM consisting of a serum M-protein of [greater than or equal to] 3 g/ dL and/or [greater than or equal to] 10% bone marrow plasma cells with no evidence of end-organ damage. (2) Ocular involvement of MM is rare, but it can occur in the orbit, extraocular muscles, and within the uveal tract.