BDA


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BDA

Abbreviation for:
balloon dilation angioplasty
beclomethosone diproprionate aerosol
biotinylated dextran amine
British Deaf Association (Medspeak-UK)
British Dental Association (Medspeak-UK)
British Diabetic Association (now Diabetes UK) (Medspeak-UK) 
British Dietetic Association (Medspeak-UK) 
British Dyslexia Association (Medspeak-UK)

BDA

Abbrev. for British Dental Association.
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BDA has been working for and with Middle Eastern groups since 2002.
The agency had surplus funds between 1997 and 2005 when the BDA developed a record number of townships.
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The BDA said anti-retrovirals and good nutrition were partners in helping people to feel better and manage their disease.
Ms Winterton told the BDA the Government had offered a good deal, with a guaranteed income for three years and average earnings of pounds 80,000, for five per cent less work.
The panel described Osborne Dental as "a very impressive team with extraordinary leadership which has used the BDA Good Practice Scheme to develop an outstanding patient-centred service.
To address chronic BDA process issues, the Office of the Director, Strategic and Tactical Systems, chartered the Joint Battle Damage Assessment (JBDA) Joint Test and Evaluation Program in August 2000.
Air Products and Air Liquide will form a 50/50 joint venture to build and operate a new air separation unit in the BDA.
Although we saw the same sort of debilitating core difficulties with BDA in after-action reporting from Operations Desert Storm, Deliberate Force, and Allied Force, we cannot blame the folks doing the job.
A Whitby and District BDA spokeswoman said: "Mentors can help cope with change, problems or expansion and to act as a sounding board wherever needed.
The firm specialises is raising grant funding for projects in the food processing and innovation sectors and the directors have accessed over 40million [pounds sterling] for clients over the past 10 years, including over 10million [pounds sterling] since establishing BDA in 2001.
Ribena Toothkind, which pays the BDA for the right to use its logo, has proved a particular problem to the Association.