Based on the findings on coronary angiography, the patients were subdivided into two subgroups: Group A (n=41) with no atherosclerotic lesion and Group B (n=30) with atherosclerotic coronary artery disease in addition to MB.
What does ACAD stand for?
ACAD stands for Atherosclerotic Coronary Artery Disease
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- Advanced Computer Aided Design
- Advice and Counseling on Alcohol and Drugs (UK)
- Advisory Committee on Assistive Devices
- Air Cadet Activity Day (Canada)
- Air Containment Atmosphere Dilution
- Alberta College of Art & Design (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
- All Calls All Day (Sprint)
- Ambulatory Care and Diagnostic
- Asbestos Control & Abatement Division (UK)
- Asesoría Centroamericana de Desarollo (Central American Consultant's Office of Development; Guatemala)
- Attitude Control and Determination
- Auto Computer-Aided Design
- AutoCAD (design/drafting development software by Autodesk)
- Automated Chemical Agent Detector
- Aviation Cadet (US Navy rank)
- Academy Class Year
- Academic Advising Association (Washington State University)
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- Amis-Collectionneurs d'Anciens Documents Agricoles (French vintage document collectors club)
- Automatic Chemical Agent Alarm (current definition)
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95 Paperback RC669 This edition includes updated material based on new literature and covers protocols for emergency treatment, physical examinations, the EKG, cardiac testing, atherosclerotic coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, arrhythmias, valvular heart disease, the cardiomyopathies, myocarditis, pericardial disease, cardiac tumors, hypertension, syncope, pulmonary vascular disease, aortic and peripheral vascular disease, congenital hear disease and women and men, prevention and assessment and cardiac medications.
The results from several studies have documented a 10%-20% prevalence of renal artery stenosis in patients with hypertension and atherosclerotic coronary artery disease.