PAAD

AcronymDefinition
PAADPharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled (New Jersey Department of Health & Senior Services)
PAADPalo Alto Advanced Development (Compaq; Palo Alto, CA)
PAADPharmacy Assistance for the Aged and Disabled (New Jersey)
PAADPostoperative Adjuvant Androgen Deprivation Trial (clinical study)
PAADPulsed-Air Arc Deposition
PAADPyridine Aldehyde Adenine Dinucleotide (molecular biology)
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The apparent viscosity of PAAD is gradually enhanced with the rise of PAAD concentration (Figure 3).
As we find from Table 1, the p values generated by GLD-RNMF are much smaller than those by the other four methods for the PAAD. Therefore, GLDRNMF method is more superior than the other four methods for the PAAD.
Following the strike of Pakistan Audit and Account Department (PAAD) employees to seek approval of their audit allowance, the PAAD offices remained closed in Center as well as in all four provinces, affecting approximately 3 million government employees and millions of retired employees as their salaries and pensions delayed.
We defined a cohort of New Jersey Medicare enrollees aged 65 years or older who had complete drug coverage either through Medicaid (32 percent) or the Pharmacy Assistance for the Aged and Disabled program (PAAD) in New Jersey (68 percent).
With the clients permission, Absolute Insurance Management and it's licensed certified agents ask a series of qualifying questions to see if the Medicare beneficiary is entitled to help from NJ (PAAD & Senior Gold) or L.I.S.
The city's Public Affairs and Assistance Division (PAAD) is conducting vendors inventory and an information drive while the City Engineers Office (CEO) plots identified areas with the proposed 1x1 meter -off-streets markings.
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Germany was recognized for its contributions to Operation PAAD, a Project Prism initiative which focused on shipments of phenylacetic acid and its derivatives which are being used to illicitly product P-2-P in clandestine laboratories.