The committee added a recommendation for congenital heart disease screening--known as pulse oximetry--in September 2011, which was endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American College of Cardiology Foundation and the American Heart Association.
What does ACCF stand for?
ACCF stands for American College of Cardiology Foundation
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- Australian Choral Conductors Education and Training (Victoria, Australia)
- Administrative Center Conference Facility
- Advisory Committee for Computing Facilities
- African Cultural Conservation Fund
- Alabama Child Caring Foundation
- Alamo City Cerveza Fest (beer brewing competition; Texas)
- Alfa Classic Club de France (French automobile club; est. 1997)
- All California Club Foray (mushroooms; California)
- American Car Club de France
- American Chestnut Cooperators' Foundation
- American Council for Capital Formation
- Amicale Cheminote des Coureurs de Fond (France)
- Amsterdam Center for Corporate Finance
- Animal Crossing City Folk (gaming)
- Area Communications Control Facility
- Arenac County Community Foundation (Michigan)
- Arkansas Christian Charitable Foundation
- Asian Christian Charismatic Fellowship
- Assembly of Christian Churches in Fiji
- Athey Creek Christian Fellowship
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That's according to new appropriate use criteria for coronary revascularization by the American College of Cardiology Foundation and key specialty and subspecialty societies.
Pasternak said at a meeting on modifying coronary risk factors sponsored by the American College of Cardiology Foundation.
Nurses are more familiar with these than are physicians," he noted at a meeting on modifying coronary risk factors sponsored by the American College of Cardiology Foundation.
The American College of Cardiology Foundation recently published an evidence-based reassessment of the role of coronary artery bypass surgery to guide clinical decision making.