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BDA

Abbreviation for:
balloon dilation angioplasty
beclomethosone diproprionate aerosol
biotinylated dextran amine
British Deaf Association (Medspeak-UK)
British Dental Association (Medspeak-UK)
British Diabetic Association (now Diabetes UK) (Medspeak-UK) 
British Dietetic Association (Medspeak-UK) 
British Dyslexia Association (Medspeak-UK)

BDA

Abbrev. for British Dental Association.
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The rapid damage assessments provided by Heliwest offered much-needed information about areas that were damaged by Cyclone Pam, often where ground access is limited and challenging.
Lee and Bridgen present students, academics, researchers, and professionals working in a variety of contexts with the second edition of their comprehensive survey of the involved factors in natural resource damage assessment from the perspectives of law, science, and economics.
Thousands of claims professionals also carry one or more of Haag's Damage Assessment Field Guides on every claim, as an aid in deciphering the causes of damage.
International Conference on Damage Assessment of Structures (10th: 2013: Dublin, Ireland) Ed.
On 8 November, the Copernicus Emergency Management Service was immediately activated and delivered the first damage assessment maps for typhoon Haiyan.
As part of a set crisis management framework, Batelco crisis management team led by the chief executive, determined the impact of the 'crisis', in collaboration with the damage assessment recovery team, and agreed a proposed plan to deal with the situation to ensure the continuity of crucial telecommunications services for the Kingdom, said the statement.
The reason for the explosion is still being investigated and the damage assessment is being prepared.
The updated version includes the Pipeline Mechanical Damage Assessment Software Module.
Damage assessment requests are typically made by government agencies and private organizations after a natural disaster.
A Cardiff council spokesman confirmed that would continue to be the case but said "damage assessment work" was "still going on", which meant the school would remain closed for everyone else.
The NRSP in its damage assessment recommended that at least 17, 404 households needed food supplies, 11, 681 households needed shelters, 65, 552 required wash intervention, 17, 074 needed health interventions and 20, 922 affected required other necessities on emergency basis.
A team of up to eight engineers has begun damage assessment and will likely remain on site for the immediate future.