TOD

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AcronymDefinition
TODTransit Oriented Development (land development designed to encourage mass transit use)
TODThought of the Day
TODTransfer on Death
TODTime Of Day
TODThe Oil Drum (website)
TODTree of Death
TODTouch of Death (gaming)
TODTrail of Dead (band)
TODThe Other Day
TODTopic of Discussion
TODTruth Or Dare
TODTour Of Duty
TODTest of Details (accountings)
TODTales of Destiny (video game)
TODThe Open Door (band)
TODTalent on Demand
TODTickets on Departure
TODTorque on Demand
TODTime Out Detection
TODTerms of Delivery
TODTime Of Death
TODTemple of Doom (Indiana Jones movie)
TODToyota of Dallas (Dallas, TX)
TODTales of Destiny (game)
TODTime Of Delivery
TODTime Of Departure
TODTriangle Orientation Discrimination
TODTorque on Demand (Isuzu)
TODTarget Organ Damage
TODTechnical Operations Department (various organiations)
TODTotal Oxygen Demand (environmental analysis)
TODTop of Descent
TODTransparency Obligations Directive (EU)
TODTelevision on Demand (Broadbus)
TODTrain Operator Display
TODTurnover Discount (various companies)
TODThird Order Dispersion
TODTeam of Destiny
TODTheoretical Oxygen Demand
TODTake-Off Distance
TODTactical Ocean Data
TODTeacher of Deaf (education qualification)
TODTemporary Overdraft (banking)
TODTheatre of the Deaf
TODTime Of Dispatch
TODTail Over Deck (aircraft)
TODTeen Open Diary
TODTest of Design (various organizations)
TODTool on Demand (AOL software update)
TODTelecommunications On Demand Inc (Orwigsburg, PA)
TODTechnical Order Data
TODTime of Detonation
TODTechnical Objective Document
TODTop of Duct
TODTask Object Design
TODTransfer of Ownership Document (automobiles)
TODTouch of Downs
TODThe Obscure Disaster (Band)
TODTarget Offset Distance
TODTunable Optical Detector (photonics)
TODTool Operational Definition
TODTradeoff Determination
TODTurk Ortodonti Dernegi (Turkish: Turkish Association of Orthodontics)
TODTextes de La Décentralisation (French: Decentralization Law)
TODTarget Object Descriptor
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It is recommended that echocardiography be performed to assess for cardiac target organ damage (left ventricular mass, geometry, and function) at the time of consideration of pharmacologic treatment of HTN," they wrote, suggesting repeat echocardiography could be used to monitor target organ damage at 6- to 12-month intervals.
Pathogenesis of target organ damage in hypertension: Role of mitochondrial oxidative stress.
2] Similar data to define paediatric hypertension that are based on target organ damage are not available.
Before labeling resistant hypertension see if the patient BP readings are reliable, is the patient taking drugs regularly, the extent of target organ damage, have you added a diuretic and can you help the patient with compliance and what is the patient's salt intake, he added.
As target organ damage, the change of vascular compliance is a strong predictor of cardiovascular disease.
This study was done because hypertension is a common problem in our setup and the associated target organ damage like retinopathy is an important indicator which if detected and treated effectively can decrease both mortality and morbidity.
For those that have borderline readings, for example, 135/85mmHg, clinicians must assess their cardiovascular risk score and look for target organ damage.
Furthermore, future studies should be conducted to correlate the AVP with others non- vascular target organ damage and assess their contribution to the improvement in cardiovascular risk stratification.
The implication of target organ damage, associated with cardiovascular disease, in the appearance of cardiovascular complications, and the possibility of adopting treatments to induce regression of such damage--with improvements in patient prognosis in some cases--make it necessary to carefully assess silent organ damage.
With the increase in hypertension in pediatric individuals and the finding of target organ damage in adolescents (for the first time--formerly, it was in texts that individuals did not develop damage to CV system until 20s or 30s), it is clear that all health care professionals should monitor blood pressure in the pediatric population.