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SARSSevere Acute Respiratory Syndrome (caused by member of Corona virus family)
SARSSouth African Revenue Service
SARSSyndrome Respiratoire Aigu Sévère (French: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)
SARSSudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome (less common)
SARSSchweres Akutes Respiratorisches Syndrom (German: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)
SARSSexual Assault Resource Service
SARSSafety and Reliability Society (UK)
SARSSuspicious Activity Reporting System
SARSSacral Anterior Root Stimulator
SARSSchweitzer Alpine Racing School
SARSSociety of Academic and Research Surgery (UK)
SARSSimpson-Angus Rating Scale
SARSSecurity Activities Reporting System (various organizations)
SARSScientific Apparatus Recycling Scheme
SARSSveze Amputirana Ruka Satriania (Serbian: Freshly Amputated Hand of Satriani; Serbian rock band)
SARSSuffolk Accident Rescue Service (Suffolk, UK)
SARSStaunton-Augusta Rescue Squad
SARSSan Antonio Rotablator Study
SARSSample of Anonymized Records
SARSSegmentation And Reassembly Sublayer
SARSSecure Asset Reporting System
SARSSubstance Abuse and Recovery Services (rehabilitation; various locations)
SARSStudents Against Rude Standards
SARSShipboard/Strategic Automatic Recorder System
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Examples include West Nile virus and influenza virus, and the viruses that cause sudden acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), yellow fever and polio.
Higher education institutions have had to deal with a variety of health crisis concerns over the years, including meningitis, Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), and West Nile Virus.
About 75% of new infectious diseases originate from animals, including high-profile viruses like sudden acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), bird flu, monkey pox, and West Nile.
THERE'S GOOD NEWS and not-so-good news about Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome in southern China.
Several immigrants traveled by air, making the risk of introducing sudden acute respiratory syndrome a possibility should such illegal immigrations continue.
According to the World Health Organization, Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome kills roughly 15 to 20 percent of the people who contract it, and it had been spreading through parts of Asia faster than pirated copies of the latest Microsoft beta release.
The fight against Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) has provided a boost to the Chinese nonwovens industry, according the organizers of ANEX, the Shanghai-based nonwovens exposition, which was postponed earlier this year due to concerns over the disease.
Discussions on its Thorn Tree website have also been dominated by Sars - sudden acute respiratory syndrome.
He says the latest fear about SARS, sudden acute respiratory syndrome, is a case in point.
The spread of the Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) seems to be grabbing more attention from the media daily.