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AFEAssociation for Facilities Engineering
AFEAssemblée des Français de l'Etranger (French: Assembly of French Citizens Abroad)
AFEAdvanced Front-End (speech recognition)
AFEAnalog Front End
AFEAssociation Française de l'Eclairage (French: French Association of Lighting)
AFEAuthorization for Expenditure (financial management)
AFEAdvanced Flow Engineering
AFEArmed Forces Entertainment
AFEApplied Financial Economics (conference)
AFEApplication Flag Editor
AFEAide Financière aux Études (French: Financial Aid for Studies; Canada)
AFEAfrofunk Experience (band)
AFEAssociation for Fire Ecology (California)
AFEAjinomoto Foods Europe (Ajinomoto Co., Inc.)
AFEAugmentation du Flux Expiratoire (French: Increased Expiratory Flow)
AFEApplication Front End
AFEActive Front End
AFEAsia Funeral Expo
AFEAction Française Etudiante (French: French Student Action)
AFEAmniotic Fluid Embolism
AFEAuthority for Expenditure
AFEAmerican Free Enterprise
AFEAthletes for Education (San Diego, CA)
AFEAdministración de Ferrocarriles del Estado (Spanish)
AFEApple File Exchange (Apple)
AFEAnnual Frequency of Exceedance (hazard analysis)
AFEAction for Enterprise (est. 1991)
AFEAntiferroelectric
AFEAutomated Feature Extraction
AFEAircrew Flight Equipment
AFEAtlas Florae Europaeae
AFEAverage Fuel Economy
AFEAssociation Française d'Ecotourisme (French: French Ecotourism Association)
AFEApplication for Employment
AFEAlaska Forum on the Environment
AFEAmerican Flight Echocardiograph
AFEArt Fusion Experiment (tattoo artists)
AFEAngel Flight East
AFEAeroassist Flight Experiment (spacecraft)
AFEApproval For Expenditure
AFEA for Effort
AFEAlternative Fuels and Energy Pty. Ltd. (Australia)
AFEAmericans for Equality
AFEAbove Field Elevation (aviation)
AFEAlternate Fighter Engine
AFEAdaptive Feature Extraction
AFEAverage Funds Employed
AFEAdministration des Français à l'Étranger (French: Administration of French Citizens Abroad)
AFEAgency Field Executive
AFEAppropriation for Expenditure
AFEAuthentication Front End
AFEArchitecture For Excellence
AFEAlternating-Field Electrophoresis
AFEAmerican Future Electronics (Boca Raton, FL)
AFEAlert Forces Exercise
AFEAdam Furline Experience
AFEAcronyms Forever
AFEAdvance For Expenses
AFEAnnual Field Exercise (New Zealand Army Reserve)
AFEAlkohol Fans Engerau (est. 2004; Petrzalka, Czech Republic)
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Early theoretical concerns over amniotic fluid embolism have not been borne out in clinical practice and 80% of maternity units identified that the barrier to greater use of ICS was lack of training rather than safety concerns.
Among the individual morbidities considered, increased risk was highest for renal failure, amniotic fluid embolism, cardiac morbidity, and shock, with adjusted odds ratios of 2.
Pete and Colin start their run in May and are raising money for Barnardo's and the Amniotic Fluid Embolism Foundation.
The 31-year-old picked up amniotic fluid embolism which affects around one in 80,000 pregnancies leaving her husband Matthew facing the grim prospect of losing both his wife and new-born daughter.
She'd suffered an amniotic fluid embolism - when the fluid from the womb enters the mother's bloodstream, causing an allergic reaction and bleeding.
He had been told immediately afterwards that she had died from an amniotic fluid embolism, the inquest heard.
Mr Cabrera was told immediately afterwards by doctors that she had died from an amniotic fluid embolism.
Some problems that might occur during delivery include hemodynamic instability, problems related to hemorrhage; neonatal problems; and, very rarely; amniotic fluid embolism.
Although rare, the potential for fatality with amniotic fluid embolism is high, and developing and practicing a written, multidisciplinary response to the condition will prepare the unit for many other, more common, obstetric emergencies