PCAD

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AcronymDefinition
PCADPennsylvania College of Art & Design (Lancaster, PA)
PCADPlymouth College of Art and Design (UK)
PCADPackaging Computer-Aided Design
PCADPopulation Consequences of Acoustic Disturbance (marine biology)
PCADProcess Control Access Domain
PCADPost Compliance Assessment Determination (lead inspections)
PCADPremature Coronary Artery Disease
PCADParents of Children of African Descent
PCADPalliative Care for Advanced Disease
PCADPower Conditioning and Distribution
PCADPointing Control and Attitude Determination
PCADPersonal Computer-Aided Design (program)
PCADPeoples Committee against Democracy (Thailand)
PCADPortable Communication Aid for Dysphasics
PCADPhysiological Cardiac Assist Device
PCADPhiladelphia College of Art and Design
PCADPrimary Care Access Data
PCADProgression of Coronary Artery Disease study
PCADPortable Communication Assistant for People with Acquired Aphasia
PCADProgram Change Approval Document
PCADPutnam County Ambulance District
PCADProperty Custody and Depreciation (US Army)
PCADPoste de Commandement d'Artillerie Divisionnaire
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in 481 (59%) patients followed by family history of premature coronary artery disease in 335 (41%) patients and hyperlipidemia in 155 (18.
Premature Coronary Artery Disease or young CAD is defined as cardiac events occurred in men aged 55 years or more and women age 65 years or more.
ATLANTA -- Consider pregnancy complications to be a red flag for premature coronary artery disease, Dr.
High-sensitivity C-reactive protein in the prediction of coronary events in patients with premature coronary artery disease.
The young competitors who died suddenly were affected by silent cardiovascular diseases, predominantly cardiomyopathies, premature coronary artery disease and congenital coronary anomalies.
These studies have prompted clinicians to include total homocysteine analysis as part of the risk assessment profile of patients with premature coronary artery disease.
Cholesteryl ester transfer protein gene polymorphism (I405V) and premature coronary artery disease in an Iranian population.
Analysis of MEF2A mutations in a Chinese population with premature coronary artery disease.
The incidence of insulin resistance was 14% higher and the incidence of metabolic syndrome was 12% higher in a study of 11,420 veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), compared with 196,534 without PTSD, after adjusting for the effects of age, gender, ethnicity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, family history of premature coronary artery disease, and obesity, study coleader Dr.
Clinical characteristics of high lipid levels are premature coronary artery disease, tendon xanthomas or corneal arcus.