SCD

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AcronymDefinition
SCDSchedule
SCDSpecific Carbohydrate Diet
SCDSudden Cardiac Death
SCDSickle Cell Disease
SCDService Commun de la Documentation (French: Joint Service Documentation)
SCDSt. Cloud (Amtrak station code; St. Cloud, MN)
SCDSingle Crystal Diamond (tool)
SCDScottish Country Dancing
SCDSistema de Control Distribuido (Spanish: Distributed Control System)
SCDSpecification Control Drawing (various organizations)
SCDSemiconductor
SCDSmart Communication Device
SCDScan Conversion Object Description
SCDScientific Computing Division
SCDSuper Compact Disc
SCDScsi Drivers
SCDStandard Configuration Document
SCDStorage Controller Data
SCDSecondary Carrier Detect
SCDSelf Checking Digit
SCDSports Collectors Digest
SCDSlowly Changing Dimension (data warehousing)
SCDDoctor of Science
SCDSoil Conservation District
SCDSupply Chain Design (logistics)
SCDService Computation Date
SCDState Civil Defense (Hawaii)
SCDSupported Child Development (Canada)
SCDSequential Compression Device
SCDSurface Conditioning Disc
SCDScene Change Detection
SCDSenior College Dun (Ireland)
SCDScientific Computing Division (National Center for Atmospheric Research)
SCDStabilized Chlorine Dioxide (chemical compound)
SCDStandard Construction Drawing (Ohio)
SCDSource Control Drawing
SCDSave the Children Denmark (est. 1945)
SCDSurface Current Density (electricity)
SCDSpecification Control Document
SCDSulfur Chemiluminescence Detector
SCDSalsa Central Denver (est. 1996; Denver, CO)
SCDSemi-Conductor Devices (Israel)
SCDSustainable Community Design (various locations)
SCDSystem Configuration Dialog
SCDSystemic Carnitine Deficiency
SCDStandard Criteria Donor (organ transplantation)
SCDSpondylocostal Dysostosis (medical disorder)
SCDSoybean Casein Digest (microbiology growth medium)
SCDStandard Color Display
SCDSingle Crystal Diffraction
SCDSide Cargo Door
SCDSista-Cosic-Docarch (Dutch electrical engineering)
SCDShared Cash Dispensing
SCDSilicon Correlation Division (Magma; Austin, TX)
SCDStrategic Communications Division
SCDSomali Community Development (Utah)
SCDSwiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (Berne, Switzerland)
SCDSpecial Collections Department
SCDSkagit Conservation District (Washington)
SCDSource Control Document
SCDSingle-Crystal Diffractometer
SCDSubstation Configuration Description
SCDSociety for Cultural Development
SCDSenior Citizen Discount
SCDScientiae Doctor (Doctor of Science)
SCDSelective Cell Discard (congestion control mechanism in data networks)
SCDShip Change Document
SCDDepartamento del Pequeño Derecho de Autor (Copyright Association; Chile
SCDSiemens Corporate Directory (Siemens, AG)
SCDSpinal Cord Degeneration
SCDStatistical Change Detection
SCDSecurity Coding Device
SCDSmall Conversion Device
SCDSystem Concept Document
SCDSystem Communications Division (IBM)
SCDSurgeon's Certificate of Disability
SCDSerial Control Direction
SCDService Capability Definition
SCDSatellite Clinic Division (South Texas Veterans Health Care System)
SCDSpecification/Source Control Drawing
SCDSouthern Centre for the Disabled (Sri Lanka)
SCDScientific Computations Department (Savannah River Laboratory)
SCDSmall Conversion Data
SCDSystem Confidence Demonstration
SCDSystems Compliance Database
SCDStudent Course Days
SCDSupply, Commissary and Disbursing (US Navy)
SCDSpecial Contract Department
SCDSportclub Dornach (Switzerland)
SCDSide Collision Detector
SCDSource to Calibration Point Distance
SCDUS Strategic Communications Division
SCDShip's Center Display
SCDSystem Control Database
SCDSegment Creation Date
SCDSubject to Captain's Discretion (aviation)
SCDSubject to Captain's Decision (aviation)
SCDStrongly Code-Disjointed
SCDStock Control & Distribution
SCDSynchronous Courseware Distribution
SCDSystem Control and Debug Unit
SCDSurveillance Code Designator (defense contract)
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Around 5 to 10 percent of sudden cardiac deaths are arrhythmias occurring in the absence of underlying structural heart disease (long QT syndrome, Brugada syndrome, Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, catecholaminergic polymorphic VT, all abnormalities seen on ECG).
But by comparison the lifetime risk of sudden cardiac death for men is much higher at one in nine, and yet we're not screening for it.
All of the deaths reported in the Neurology study met the widely accepted World Health Organization criteria for sudden cardiac death.
Editor's Note: "The results from this and previous studies may provide a rationale to design intervention studies to analyze whether magnesium supplementation could prove to be effective in lowering the burden of coronary heart disease mortality and sudden cardiac death," the authors said.
Smoking increases the risk of developing coronary artery disease, but it has been uncertain whether smoking increases the risk of sudden cardiac death in people who already have artery disease.
says Mayo Clinic's previous research showed that people with sleep apnea have a much higher risk of sudden cardiac death between midnight and 6 a.
In fact, it's possible that some may have died from a stroke that was later attributed to sudden cardiac death.
The researchers wanted to see whether prediabetes and type 2 diabetes were risk factors for sudden cardiac death.
However, rates of sudden cardiac death had not been examined in HIV-positive people until this study of 2860 HIV-positive adults in San Francisco.
Despite sudden cardiac death being a major cause of death world-wide(1), there is little epidemiological data about its prevalence in the countries involved in the registry: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Mexico and Venezuela.
Each of the different factors -- a Mediterranean-style diet, a healthy weight, not smoking and exercise -- were linked to a smaller chance of sudden cardiac death, which is related to a malfunctioning of the electrical rhythm of the heart, the study in the Journal of the American Medical Association said.
What to do: This study doesn't prove that magnesium can prevent sudden cardiac death.