UAP


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UAP

Abbreviation for:
unified assessment process, see there 
unstable angina pectoris
urban air particles
urinary acid phosphatase
urinary alkaline phosphatase

unlicensed assistive personnel

(pĕr-sŏn-nĕl′),

UAP

Unlicensed health care personnel who work under the direction of a registered nurse. In addition to delivering direct patient care, they may take blood samples, provide respiratory treatments, or keep track of medical records. Some UAPs are multiskilled. Each state regulates UAP practice independently.
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Panganiban pointed out that the UAP wants the architectural permit to be implemented nationwide.
Groupe PSA, with the help of UAP, will access to a competitive and efficient distribution meeting the highest market standards.
Talking to The Express Tribune, a UAP student who did not wish to be named said that students had queued up for renewing their admission at the auditorium hall.
Noor P Khan, in his welcome note during Pulses Policy Forum extended his acknowledgment to ACIAR for awarding Pulses Project to UAP.
The rest of this study is organized as follows: I describe Pega's UAP in the next section, followed by the experience of going through the certification process.
Some UAP cases resolve spontaneously; however, such UAP has not been well characterized.
From January 2015 to June 2015, 101 individuals who received coronary angiography for UA diagnosis and diagnosed as UAP at the Department of Cardiology, Tianjin Medical University General Hospital were registered for this study.
Abraaj worked closely with UAP's board and management team to expand the Company's regional footprint.
Old Mutual plc has announced that it has completed the acquisition of an additional 37.3 percent shareholding in UAP Holdings Limited ('UAP').
There are total 630 preschool children participated with 210 children from urban area preschools (UAP), 208 children from suburban area preschools (SAP) and 212 children from rural area preschools (RAP).
The present study aimed to investigate the role of monocyte chemokines in atherosclerotic plaque and the underlying molecular mechanism by comparing the expression of MCP-1, RANTES, and fractalkine in a stable angina pectoris (SAP) group with an unstable angina pectoris (UAP) group.
The Department of Conservation and Recreation now oversees and funds UAP.