ATE

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AcronymDefinition
ATEAfter the Event (insurance)
ATEAsk the Experts (forum)
ATEAccess to Energy (newsletter)
ATEAcute Toxicity Estimate
ATEAccess to Excellence
ATEAutomatic Test Equipment
ATEAutomated Test Equipment
ATEArchitecting the Enterprise (computer architecture)
ATEApplication to Enrol (various universities)
ATEAirborne Toxic Event (band)
ATEAdult Treasure Expo (Japan)
ATEAmphenol-Tuchel Electronics (Germany)
ATEAdvanced Technological Education
ATEAssociation of Teacher Educators
ATEArterial Thromboembolism
ATEAdult and Technical Education (various schools)
ATEAvionics Test Equipment
ATEAutomatic Telephone Exchange
ATEAsk the Experts
ATEAdvanced Technologies and Engineering
ATEAdvanced Text Editor
ATEAmboseli Trust for Elephants (Kenya)
ATEAssociate Technical Editor
ATEAsociación de Trabajadores del Estado (Spanish: State Employees Association; Argentina)
ATEAttitude Estimation
ATEAsynchronous Terminal Emulation (Sprint)
ATEAdvanced Technology Engine
ATEAdditional Termination Event (contracts)
ATEAdjusted Total Equity
ATEAnnual Training Evaluation
ATEAdventures in Travel Expo (trade show)
ATEA-Tech Enterprises, Inc. (Amarillo, TX)
ATEATM Terminating Equipment (SONET)
ATEAwareness, Training & Education (NIST)
ATEActual Time En Route
ATEAirborne Test Equipment
ATEAssistance Technique Esthétique (French salon equipment retailer)
ATEAda Training Environment
ATEAsteroid True Equator (NASA)
ATEAir Terminal Equipment
ATEAcquisition and Tracking Electronics
ATEAppendix Tab Enclosure
ATEAgence de Transaction Européenne (French: European Transaction Agency; real estate)
ATEAutomated Terrain Elevation
ATEAUTODIN Terminal Equipment
ATEAwaiting Test Equipment
ATEAmphibische Technische Eenheid (Dutch)
ATEAxially Tilted Ellipse (antenna)
ATEAutomatic Terminate Engagement
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Prophylactic-dose UFH or LMWH effectively prevents venous thromboembolism, but there is no evidence that these regimens are effective in preventing arterial thromboembolism.
The contribution of inherited and acquired thrombophilic defects, alone or combined with antiphospholipid antibodies, to venous and arterial thromboembolism in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.
Risk factors for these events include a history of arterial thromboembolism prior to Avastin exposure, an age of 65 years or greater, and Avastin therapy, according to the FDA alert.
PREMPRO 0.3 mg/1.5 mg should not be used under any of the following conditions or circumstances: undiagnosed abnormal genital bleeding; known, suspected, or a history of breast cancer; known or suspected estrogen-dependent neoplasia; active venous thromboembolism or a history of this condition; active or recent arterial thromboembolism; liver dysfunction or disease; in patients with a known hypersensitivity to its ingredients; known or suspected pregnancy.
Arterial thromboembolism (ATE) is a serious--and frequently fatal--complication of cardiomyopathy in cats.