EAE

(redirected from Expected Adverse Event)
AcronymDefinition
EAEExperimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis
EAEExperimental Allergic Encephalomyelitis
EAEEvaluación Ambiental Estratéjica (Spanish: Strategic Environmental Assessment)
EAEÉlectricité Auto Entretien (French: Auto Electric Service)
EAEEco-Anthropologie et Ethnobiologie (French: Eco-Anthropology and Ethnobiology)
EAEEnterprise Account Executive (various companies)
EAEElectronic Assembly Equipment (Illinois Tool Works)
EAEEthyl Acetate Extract
EAEEnseigner a l'Etranger (French: Teach Abroad)
EAEEnquête Annuelle d'Entreprise (Annual Survey of Businesses, France)
EAEEncyclopedia of the Atmospheric Environment
EAEAeronautical Engineering Division (US Coast Guard)
EAEEncéphalomyélite Auto-Immune Expérimentale (French: Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis)
EAEEntente-Adour-Echez (French sports club)
EAEEquipment Accountability Element (US Air Force)
EAEÉlément Automoteur Électrique (French: Electrical Multiple Unit; railcars)
EAEElectronic Audit Evidence
EAEEnterprise Application Environment (Unisys)
EAEÉchelle d'Auto Estimation (French: Level of Self-Estimation)
EAEEvolutionary Approach to Electromagnetics
EAEEntreprise Auxiliaire d'Equipement (French: Auxiliary Equipment Company; telecommunications)
EAEEspace Agir Ensemble (French: Space Act Ensemble; youth business creation)
EAEEdited American English
EAEElectro Acoustic Ensemble (UK band)
EAEEnzootic Abortion in Ewes
EAEEverything About Everything (blog)
EAEÉtudiant avec Aménagement des Études (French: Student with Development Studies)
EAEExecutive Articles Editor
EAEExpected Adverse Event
EAEEnvironmental Architect-Engineer
EAEEngenharia Automotiva e Aeroespacial (SAE magazine, Brasil)
EAEExpress Auto Exchange
EAEEnd Average Events
References in periodicals archive ?
Colonoscopy P values represent the comparison between observed adverse events at each ASA level and expected adverse events based upon the overall incidence of adverse events for that ASA level.
Based on experience using the drug to treat external anogenital warts (the approved indication), expected adverse events in the cervical dysplasia study included local site reactions and systemic, flulike symptoms.