DCD


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DCD

Abbreviation for:
dark cell degeneration
developmental cognitive disorder
developmental co-ordination disorder (Medspeak-UK)
Diploma in Chest Disease
disorders of cortical development

DCD

Abbrev. for Diploma in Chest Diseases.
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Coping Strategies Can Mask Symptoms: DCD has been called the 'invisible disability' because many affected children develop coping strategies, so they'll fit in better with peers or please teachers.
In case of DCD, blood supply to organ is briefly absent, causing the tissues to become starved of oxygen, a condition known as ischemia.
Sreekumar, sales manager (GCC) for Afico, said: "The DCD certification for our comprehensive range of products is one of the company's greatest achievements in 2016.
Measurements of DCD concentration were performed by extracting 5-g subsamples (oven-dry equivalent) of soil with 25 mL of deionised water.
Conversely not all children with DCD will have an ASD.
At the CAMHS where I work, occupational therapists are often asked to assess motor function for DCD.
The requirements promote consistency among DCD protocols nationwide by directing that each protocol specifically address a defined set of elements including donor evaluation, consent, declaration of death, and the organ recovery process.
According to Nicola Hayes, managing director at DCD Intelligence "What we see in the Latin American markets is that companies are far less reluctance to outsource data center requirements than has been the case at same stage of market development in other regions.
DCD does not actually represent a new way of obtaining organs from deceased donors, but rather a return to an original approach to organ procurement.
All children treated at the child psychology outpatient department of the Seventh People's Hospital of Hangzhou from March 2008 to March 2010 who met DSM-IV [5] diagnostic criteria of DCD were potential participants in the study.
This comment explores the legal landscape surrounding DCD and the possibility of allowing the utilitarian removal of organs from patients who may not be considered dead under current legal definitions.
In 2008, the DCD pilot project was launched in Queensland, aimed at raising awareness about organ donation, while explaining that brain death is no longer a legal prerequisite for organ donation.