ARF


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ARF

Abbreviation for:
acute renal failure
acute respiratory failure
acute rheumatic fever
Addiction Research Foundation
ADP-ribosylation factor
alternative reading frame
ambulance report form
Annual Retention Fee (Medspeak-UK)

ARF

Abbreviation for acute renal failure; acute respiratory failure.
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As a long-standing partner of ARF's, Purina - through its Dog Chow brand - also conducted a campaign in 2018 to benefit the ARF Pets and Vets program.
The most common complication in ARF was catheter leakage, (40.0%), while in CRF it was peritonitis that was the most common, (30.8%) (table-III).
In the post-9/11 era, a practical dimension has been added to the activities of the ARF, chiefly in selected non-military or non-traditional areas such as anti-terrorism, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (HADR), maritime security, non-proliferation and disarmament.
From its outset, the ARF has made determined efforts to foster multilateral and bilateral dialogues and consultations based on a three-stage evolutionary approach moving from CBMs to PD and, in the long term, toward a conflict resolution capability.
The results obtained by the IDW, SRT, and ARF methods are shown in Figure 5.
We explored variables available on admission that were related to time to death in 90 days in CV- and non--CV-related ARF by univariate and multivariate Cox proportional hazards regression analysis.
The outcome of the ARF and the patient in each case was documented and percentage was calculated.
In areas where ARF is endemic or epidemic, the diagnostic criteria are not sensitive enough.
Segmentation by technology and analysis of - ArF Dry, ArF Immersion, KrF, EUV, and i-line
Thus, the miniaturization of electronic devices will have a significant impact on semiconductor device manufacturers, as the compact ICs will create a demand for finer patterning, which will indirectly generate the need for ArF and KrF during the forecast period.