Also found in: Thesaurus, Acronyms.
Related to EMDA: GICCS
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.EMDA - therapy that uses a local electric current to introduce the ions of a medicine into the tissues
therapy - (medicine) the act of caring for someone (as by medication or remedial training etc.); "the quarterback is undergoing treatment for a knee injury"; "he tried every treatment the doctors suggested"; "heat therapy gave the best relief"
References in periodicals archive ?
Otras manifestaciones son resultado de la enfermedad autoinmune/autoinflamatoria que se desarrollo secundaria al ASIA, por ejemplo, crisis convulsivas en EMDA, rash malar en LEG, purpura palpable en vasculitis leucocitoclastica, esclerosis cutanea en esclerosis sistemica, etc.
Students received an MD-conceptual designation if they scored below the 16th percentile on the EMDA Math Reasoning subtest and MD-procedural if they scored below the 16th percentile on the EMDA Numerical Operations subtest.
Important EMDA initiatives will wither as the organisation winds down.
The distinct feature of Blueprint is that it will hold and manage the investment portfolio and carry out development activity aligned to meeting agreed objectives of EP and the EMDA.
Another phase III study demonstrated improved recurrence and progression rates in 108 patients with T1 disease treated with sequential BCG and EMDA MMC compared with BCG alone.
en prensa), y teniendo en cuenta el respaldo teorico de diferentes trabajos tomando en cuenta a la metacognicion (Rahman y Masrur, 2011); el auto-reconocimiento (Zeman, 2001) y la autoreflexion (Morin, 2006; Panksepp, 2005; Zeman, 2001); como posibles componentes de la autoconsciencia, se establecio la estructura inicial de la EMDA a partir de tres dimensiones: 1) auto-reflexion; 2) auto deteccion, que incluia el auto-reconocimiento; y 3) teoria de la mente.
Students received a designation of MD if they scored below the 16th percentile on the EMDA Math Reasoning subtest or the EMDA Numerical Operations subtest (The Psychological Corporation, 2002a) at the end of first grade (or the end of the second year of kindergarten, if a student repeated kindergarten).