SAE

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AcronymDefinition
SAESociety of Automotive Engineers (Warrendale, PA)
SAESelf-Addressed Envelope
SAEStamped Addressed Envelope
SAESupervised Agricultural Experience
SAESerious Adverse Event
SAESerious Adverse Event (clinical trials)
SAESigma Alpha Epsilon
SAEServices aux Entreprises (French: Business Services; Canada)
SAESenior Account Executive
SAESignificant Adverse Event (medical reaction)
SAESenior Associate Editor
SAESchool of Audio Engineering
SAESiamese Algae Eater (tropical aquarium fish)
SAESenior Application Engineer
SAESales Account Executive
SAEService Acquisition Executive
SAESmall Area Estimation (statistics)
SAESmall Animal Emergency (various locations)
SAESelf-Assessment Examination
SAESales Application Engineer
SAESelf Appointed Expert
SAESecretaría de Análisis Estratégico (Guatemala)
SAESuitable Alternative Employment
SAESexual Abuse and Exploitation (various organizations)
SAESecurity Awareness and Enforcement
SAESociety of Automotive Engineers
SAESystem Architecture Evolution (3GPP)
SAEServices aux Etudiants (French: Student Services; Canada)
SAESoutien aux Enfants (French: Support for Children; tax credit)
SAEScreen Archives Entertainment (Linden, VA)
SAEScholarship for Academic Excellence (New York)
SAESelf-Assessment Exercise
SAEStandard American English
SAESouth American Explorers
SAESexual Assault Evidence
SAESexual Assault Examiner
SAEStandard Australian English
SAESchool Age Enrichment (program; various locations)
SAEStrategic Account Executive
SAEScientific Audio Electronics (1968-1992)
SAESite Area Emergency (Nuclear)
SAEShared Application Environment
SAESenior Articles Editor (law review)
SAEStand Alone Executive
SAESubstance Abuse Evaluation
SAESyarikat Azmir Engineering (Malaysia)
SAESpecial Area of Emphasis
SAESystems Application Engineering, Inc.
SAEStafford Act Employee
SAESociety of Afghan Engineers
SAESuspended Access Equipment
SAESame Assholes Everywhere
SAESecretarial Acquisition Executive (DoE)
SAESoftware Architecture Engineering
SAESolar Array Experiment
SAESurface Artificielle d'Escalade (French)
SAESecrétaire des Affaires Étrangères (French: Secretary of Foreign Affairs)
SAESecure Attribute Exchange
SAESustainable Agriculture Education
SAEServices d'Aide aux Employés (French: Employee Assistance Service; Canada)
SAESingle Above Elbow (amputation)
SAESons of Adam and Eve
SAESystems Architecture & Engineering
SAESociete Anonyme Egyptienne (French: Egyptian Joint Stock Company)
SAESpreading Activation Energy
SAEStand Alone Edit
SAEServices Assisted Evacuation
SAEScientific Audio Engineers
SAESomebody Anybody Everybody
SAESite Acceptance Evaluation
SAESecure Architecture Evaluation (SBC)
SAESeamless Access Environment
SAEShipboard Antenna Electronics
SAEStudy of Artillery Effects
SAESharing-of-ELINT Analysis Effort
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One significant adverse event was a protocol deviation in which 1 patient received an incorrect dose of IV sodium fluorescein (500 mg) instead of the recommended 25-mg dose.
He studied Significant Adverse Event Reviews on NHS Ayrshire & Arran's website following the deaths of three babies and serious injuries to four others.
Those with newly diagnosed diabetes were 43% more likely to die and 18% more likely to have a significant adverse event than were those without diabetes, Dr.
While clinical results of stenting procedures have steadily improved, approximately 30% of individuals undergoing stenting experience a significant adverse event such as peri-stenting myocardial infarction, post-procedure complications from the stented site, or new coronary events at non-stented sites.
The most significant adverse event identified in these studies was diarrhoea, which was mostly either tolerable or could be controlled by medication.
Auscultation remains the earliest and simplest way to identify this problem intra-operatively before any significant adverse event occurs.
He added: "The Significant Adverse Event Reports are very detailed and contain a high level of personal patient information.
Gow said: "NHS Ayrshire & Arran is conducting a significant adverse event review into a recent incident within University Hospital Ayr where standard procedures were not followed.
Such narratives are required for describing each clinically significant adverse event, and certainly any serious adverse event or events that led to patient death.
The one significant adverse event was a case of biopsy-confirmed leukocyto-clastic vasculitis occurring 9 days after a patient received a first 300-mg injection of 553.
Of the 62 patients, 35% (22 patients) had at least one clinically significant adverse event. The most common were persistent drooling (six), coughing (five), throat discomfort or spasms (four), and dysphagia (three).
"Physicians and the public need to be aware of the potential for this significant adverse event so that preventive measures and potential therapy can be considered," they said.
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