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ACD

Abbreviation for acid-citrate-dextrose.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

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
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We also need to study the case in which different multiple flows exist, that is, the combination of an intraflow network coding and an interflow network coding.
Metric of interference and channel switching (MIC) [8] and interferer neighbors count (INX) [9] routing metrics both consider intraflow interference and interflow interference.
From the analysis above, we conclude that an isotonic metric which can take traffic pattern, node load, gateway load, and intraflow and interflow interference into consideration comprehensively is still in need.
DSIA routing metric is composed of three components: channel contention and position relevant load CCPBLoad, which describes position relevant load, physical interference, and logical interflow interference; channel switching cost CSC, which describes intraflow interference; residual capacity fraction Capr, which exhibits gateway relevant information.
CSC measures intraflow interference by considering channels used by two consecutive links; if they operate on the same channel, CSC will be set to a large value [w.sub.2] and otherwise CSC will be set to a small value [w.sub.1].
Larger y means that intraflow interference has larger impact on route selection.
Periodontal ligament Used occasionally as the sole technique for anesthesia syringes single tooth anesthesia * Pen Type Also used as supplemental injection after * Gun Type traditional injections * SoftJect May be needed in all four surfaces of the tooth for complete anesthesia Should not be used when infection or inflammation exist at the site of injection Intraosseous anesthesia Rapid onset or profound anesthesia systems Systems are designed to perforate both the * Staabident gingival and cortical bone and may include * X-tip a guide sleeve that directs the needle into * Intraflow the perforated bone.
The alliance combines the Parker IntraFlow line of surface mount flow control components with Honeywell pressure, temperature and flow transducers, joining mechanical and electronic technologies.

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