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VAD

abbreviation for
1. (Medicine) Voluntary Aid Detachment
2. (Military) Voluntary Aid Detachment
3. (Historical Terms) Voluntary Aid Detachment
n
4. (Medicine) a nurse serving in the Voluntary Aid Detachment
5. (Military) a nurse serving in the Voluntary Aid Detachment
6. (Historical Terms) a nurse serving in the Voluntary Aid Detachment
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VAD is due to the lack of vitamin A in the diet; a vicious cycle of VAD and decreased appetite, which brings about inability of the body to absorb vitamin A, will further aggravate the deficiency.
Precise Technologies, a VAD specializing in disruptive and emerging technologies focused on cyber security, information security, digital & cloud transformation, and AI-based analytics solutions, will now distribute and support Optimal IdM in expanding its market presence in the Middle East, Turkey, and Africa (Meta), by fostering a mutually beneficial partnership.
Rev Szigmond Vad also conducted services at Haugh of Urr and Dalbeattie churches.
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Exclusive Group is a specialist VAD in cybersecurity and cloud transformation with a portfolio of market leaders and disruptive challengers, a reputation for innovative technology expertise and global services and logistics infrastructure.
Exclusive Group said its success in North America to date has been critical to executing its global strategy, and its intention has always been to build on its US presence with the addition of a leading specialist VAD in the Canadian market.
VAD Technologies will provide its specialized reseller network with the full range of TeamViewer remote connectivity solutions.
Over time, he underwent several surgeries, including the 2014 surgical implantation of a VAD, a device that helps the left ventricle of the heart pump blood to the rest of the body.
"We, and others, have encountered patients with a VAD on optimal heart-failure medications who recover enough heart function that the VAD can be removed," says Cleveland Clinic heart failure specialist David O.
Vertebral artery dissection (VAD) may follow manipulation of the neck or a trauma but it can also occur spontaneously (5).
VAD happens where, at the request of the patient, the physician prescribes the drug, and the patient takes it to end their life, or the physician directly administers the drug, usually intravenously.