UAD

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AcronymDefinition
UADUniversitas Ahmad Dahlan (Indonesian: Ahmad Dahlan University)
UADUniform Appraisal Dataset (Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac)
UADUnit Authorization Document
UADUnited Action for Democracy
UADUnit Audit Dalam (Malay: Internal Audit Unit)
UADUniversity of Abertay Dundee (Scotland)
UADUser Access Device
UADUnion pour l’Alternance Démocratique (French: Union for Democratic Changeover, Djibouti)
UADUnder Agreement Dated
UADUtah Association for the Deaf
UADUnattended Death
UADUnder-Aged Drinking
UADUniversal Audio Digital
UADUse as Directed (medication)
UADUterine Artery Doppler (obstetrics)
UADUpdated Authorization Document
UADUnmanned Attack Drone
UADUnifying Action Declaration (mission and vision statements)
UADUnloading Auger Drive
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Aftermath is mainly known for working with crime scenes, but it also handles suicides, unattended deaths and hoarding situations, which present their own set of biohazards.
Jones identified experience, education and training as the factors that really separate true professionals from an individual who just took a two-day course, has a great website and thinks he's ready to handle a suicide or unattended death.
8:34 a.m.: Briarwood Circle, unattended death, ambulance requested.
Unattended death, report taken, 151 Hartford Turnpike
12:29 p.m., officers and an ambulance responded to Reservoir Motor Lodge, on Sterling Street, for an unattended death.
SPENCER - Police are investigating an unattended death in Spencer.
Early Jr.'s office, said state police assigned to the district attorney's office are conducting the investigation into what he described as an unattended death. He said the death did not appear to be suspicious at this time.
"People who have a suicide or homicide in the home, an unattended death, someone who wasn't found for a few days, so there's a lot of blood.
The couple's crime-scene cleaning business has meant that they are used to being called to traumatic incidents, which has made them experienced in dealing with unattended deaths.
The researchers identified 12,671 unattended deaths that were reported to the medical examiner, of which 912 were out-of-hospital cardiac arrest deaths.
But the NCR also ranked third among all the regions with the most number of unattended deaths (34,669 or 6 percent).
Of the 162 confirmed unattended deaths, 58 of them, or 35.8 percent, were men in their 50s, followed by those in 40s and 60s.