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CUA

abbreviation for cost-utility analysis.

CUA

Abbreviation for:
chronic urticaria and angiooedema
cost-utility analysis (Medspeak-UK)
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Literature findings also indicate a relationship between vitamin K antagonists (such as warfarin) and CUA secondary to increased accumulation of calcium salts on vessel walls (Bradenburg, Cozzolino, & Ketteler, 2011).
While at CUA, McMullen also has been a leader in the Women's Faculty Collaborative.
With an educational plan and a guaranteed student body, 24 faculty and staff members from the CUA and the Kennedy Institute began meeting together monthly in a large group, and more frequently in small groups, to work out the specifics of delivering the educational package.
New and colleagues (2011) found diabetes to be a risk factor, with a frequency of 670/0 in patients on PD with CUA compared to 29% in PD populations without CUA.
At the time of the interview, Montgomery was at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the largest in the world, to see if CUA could have ATMs installed there.
In 2002, CUA was the first university in the Washington area to purchase a portion of its electricity from regional wind power projects.
The CUA exists to promote the highest standard of urologic care for Canadians and to advance the art and science of urology.
With CUA's recent certification as a community development financial institution, it is the board's goal that CUA continues to concentrate on underserved communities, thus holding true to the universal credit union creed of 'people helping people.
CUA has signed a 20-year agreement with Washington Gas Energy Services Inc.
The CUA 71st annual meeting is convening at the Westin Bayshore Hotel in Vancouver from June 25-28, 2016.
Dolan is an alumni of CUA and has been asked to join the executive board along with more than a dozen other alumni and industry leaders.