SADS


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SADS

(sædz)
n acronym for
(Pathology) sudden adult death syndrome
[late C20: by analogy with SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome)]
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Since Joe's death, his family and friends have worked tirelessly to raise awareness of SADS and sudden heart deaths.
The charity has six medical advisers who are specialists with regard to Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS).
For further information please contact, Anne Jolly, SADS UK 01277 811215, email info@sadsuk.org Andrea Patient AED Project Manager SADS UK The small print: Letters will not be included unless you include your name, full postal address and daytime telephone number (we prefer to use names of letter writers but you can ask for your name not to be published if you have a good reason).
It was some months later that they found out Robert had died from SADS - a condition that causes cardiac arrest by bringing on a ventricular arrhythmia, or disturbance in the heart's rhythm.
The use of SADs has contributed to increasing the accuracy and precision of estimates of disease severity caused by Xanthomonas to other plants, such as grapes (NASCIMENTO et al., 2005), peach (CITADIN et al., 2008), common beans (LIMA et al., 2013), orange (BRAIDO et al., 2015), and tomato (DUAN et al., 2015).
chamissoi seedlings, generated from fronds that were reattached by SADs, connected to natural substrates, which were later introduced into the sea in order to evaluate the effectiveness of these as clonal propagation units.
An MoD inquiry panel found Josh himself would not have known of his susceptibility to SADS and therefore it was reasonable for the Army not to have known about the problem.
All these theoretical advantages were put into clinical practice under high sealing pressures (around 30 cm [H.sub.2]O in the original Brain's study and up to 40 cm [H.sub.2]O in Brimacombe's study) (2), which allowed the clinical use of PLMA in fields classically considered of-limits for SADs, such as laparoscopy (3), prone position (4), elective C-section (5), obesity (6) and airway rescue in full stomach after intubation failure (7).
Ella died from Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS) in July 2014 at the age of just 17 and to raise awareness of SADS UK, Karen, along with the help of Ella's friends, assisted the netball club with their new defibrillator, highlighting how important and beneficial the equipment can be.