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What does SIDA stand for?
SIDA stands for Sudden Infant Death Association (Australia)
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We have 25 other meanings of SIDA in our Acronym Attic
- Secondary Imagery Dissemination/General Purpose Link
- Secure Identification Display Area
- Security Identification Display Area (FAA)
- Sensing, Interpreting, Deciding and Acting
- Sindh Irrigation and Drainage Authority (Pakistan)
- Síndroma da Imuno-Deficiência Adquirida (Portuguese: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome)
- Síndrome d'Immunodeficiència Adquirida (AIDS)
- Sindrome da Immuno-Deficienza Acquisita (Italian: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome)
- Síndrome de Inmunodeficencia Adquirida (Spanish: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome)
- Sports Information Directors Association (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics)
- Swedish International Development Authority
- Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency
- Swedish International Developmental Agency
- Syndrome d'Immuno-Deficience Acquis (French: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome)
- Snow and Ice Distributed Active Archive Center
- Silicon Diode Alternating Current
- Single Integrated Damage Assessment Capability
- Spectroscopic Imaging by Dephasing Amplitude Changing (magnetic resonance imaging)
- Supportability Investment Decision Analysis Center
- Shut It Down and Give the Money Back to the Shareholders
Samples in periodicals archive:
Health Minister Micheal Martin has revealed that pounds 40,000 was allocated in 1996 to the Irish Sudden Infant Death Association (ISIDA) towards the cost of setting up a national Sudden Infant Death register.
The Irish Mirror is making a donation to Temple Street Children's Hospital, Dublin, and the The Irish Sudden Infant Death Association (ISIDA) on their behalf.
Irish Sudden Infant Death Association spokeswoman Mary McDonnell said that while there was still no definite cause for SIDS, parents could follow guidelines to lessen the risk.
The semi-state company also agreed to make a donation of pounds 5,000 to the Irish Sudden Infant Death Association in recognition of the distress caused to the family.
Bernadette Kiberd, registrar for the Irish Sudden Infant Death Association, said: "We are obviously concerned by the size of the increase after years of decline.