Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Acronyms, Idioms.
Acute Decompensated Heart Failure National Registry. A national registry that prospectively collects observational data regarding the medical management of patients hospitalized with acute heart failure across the US; 250 participating hospitals have entered nearly 75,000 patients in ADHERE
References in periodicals archive ?
If you are unable or unwilling to adhere to any antiretroviral regimen, one other option, depending on your baseline CD4 T cell count and viral load, is to withdraw from therapy altogether until you are ready to commit.
There are strict guidelines that we have to adhere to," he said.
One end of the molecule adheres to polystyrene, and the other to an alga's cell wall.
Eleven of the pregnancies occurred among women who did not adhere to the study regimen.
but I used some imagination to visualize what it could look like (with the mosaic designs),'' says Milrad, who admits it was one of her biggest projects, taking more than 20 hours to design the plate pieces, adhere them with cement and fill with grout.
The company developed Ricacryl 3803 specifically to adhere to all common types of steel, including tin-plated and galvanized.
coli O166 organisms did not adhere to HEp-2 cells in a localized, diffuse, or enteroaggregative manner and did not give mannose-resistant hemagglutination of human or bovine red blood cells.
Contract notice: The purpose of the framework agreement will be the adoption of employable types and set the general conditions to be adjusted to the contracts awarded by local authorities intend to adhere to the central procurement femp, for the supply of electricity in high voltage and low voltage for use in its various supply points.
reportedly bonds to formed ABS sheet as strongly as standard polyesters adhere to traditional acrylic liners for spas.
However, the coatings often don't adhere well to the charged surfaces of metals, so they're prone to peeling and flaking.