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ACD

Abbreviation for acid-citrate-dextrose.

ACD

Abbreviation for:
absolute claudication distance
absorbent cover dressing
acid citrate dextrose
actinomycin D
active cell death
active compression-decompression
acute colonic diverticulitis
acyl-CoA dehydrogenase
adult coeliac disease
advanced care directive
allergic contact dermatitis
alveolar capillary dysplasia
American College of Dentists
anaemic of chronic disease
angiokeratoma corporis diffusa
anterior cervical discectomy
anterior chamber depth
anterior chest diameter
apoptotic cell death
arteriosclerotic coronary disease
atherosclerotic coronary disease
Australasian College of Dermatologists

ACD

acid citrate dextrose.

ACD solution
an anticoagulant solution used for the collection of blood for purposes of storage and transfusion. The active principle is sodium citrate with citric acid and dextrose.
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