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SADSSudden Adult Death Syndrome
SADSSudden Arrhythmia Death Syndrome
SADSSpeech Application Deployment Service
SADSSudden Antenatal Death Syndrome
SADSSave-A-Dog Scheme Inc. (Australia)
SADSSimulated Air Defense System
SADSSubmarine Antenna Distribution System
SADSSilicide As Diffusion Source
SADSSystem Administration Data System
SADSSignal Processing and Acoustic Display Subsystem
SADSSubmarine Active Detection System/Sonar
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SADS UK has urged the government to introduce cardiac assessment at the GP surgery to question family and personal medical history to identify people at risk.
The substrates with SADs already separated from mother fronds for both life cycle phases of C.
PLMA, and in a different proportion the other 2nd generation SADs, pay the due of being bulkier when compared to 1st generation SADs by often requiring better insertion skills (2).
The programme, led by Dr Stephen Tuohy, will establish one of Europe's leading facilities investigating the incidences, causes of and treatments for SADS - genetic diseases which can cause sudden death in normal healthy young adults.
If anyone would like to know more about putting a defibrillator in their school they should contact Anne Jolly at SADS UK on 01277 811215.
Sue, a midwife from Stockton, said: "The figures are quite shocking, as 12 youngsters a week die as a result of SADS.
He said: "Since learning about the condition called Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS) that can affect people as young as 10-years-old I have been pushing for a defibrillator to be purchased for the community centre since the start of 2013.
Craig Prentice, from Redditch, died on Wednesday after suffering cardiac arrest as a result of Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome, also known as SADS.
The emergence of Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS) in the past few decades, which is also prevalent in the UAE, calls for more urgent attention.
The Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndromes (SADS) Foundation announces its winners for the 6th Annual Courts K.