SDKA

AcronymDefinition
SDKASan Diego Karting Association (California)
SDKASonoran Desert Karting Association (Arizona)
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Profile of inpatient hyperglycaemic emergencies SDKA MDKA HODKA (N = 9) (N = 17) (N = 8) Median age (range) (yrs) 44 49 56 (17 - 71) (20 - 72) (22 - 68) (49 - 76) Reason for admission (N) Sepsis 3 7 4 Non-compliance 4 7 1 Newly diagnosed 0 1 0 Other 1 1 2 No cause identified 1 1 1 Inpatient deaths (N) 1 1 0 HHS HD All (N = 7) (N = 12) admissions (N = 53) Median age (range) (yrs) 61 46 49 (17 - 71) (22 - 65) (17 - 76) Reason for admission (N) Sepsis 2 3 19 Non-compliance 2 3 17 Newly diagnosed 0 5 6 Other 2 1 7 No cause identified 1 0 4 Inpatient deaths (N) 2 0 4 SDKA = severe diabetic ketoacidosis,; MDKA = mild/moderate diabetic ketoacidosis; HODKA = hyperosmolar diabetic ketoacidosis; HHS = hyperosmolar hyperglycaemic state; HD = hyperglycaemia with dehydration.
Former Slovak PM, Iveta Radiova, receives her second international award.Iveta Radiova, who was prime minister for the rightist SDKaS party between 2010 and 2012, became one of 15 women from across the world that received the award for influential female politicians from the Women Political Leaders Global Forum.
Former Slovak PM, Iveta Radiova, was one of 15 women across the world that received the award for influential female leaders this year.Iveta Radiova, who was prime minister for the rightist SDKaS party between 2010 and 2012, attended the award-winning ceremony of the international forum, Women Political Leader, that awards influential female politicians.
Is the still strongest party doomed to losing voter support in the years to come, and end up like HZDS or SDKaS?Kevin Deegan-Krause and Tim Haughton in their joint research focus on the dynamics of domestic politics in Europe, especially in Slovakia and the Czech Republic.
"Voters want to elect people, not parties," she told Sme, noting that she repeatedly had people telling her they would like to vote for her (running on the slate of Smer) and Eduard Kukan of the Slovak Democratic and Christian Union (SDKAS).