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qid, q.i.d

(in prescriptions) abbreviation for quater in die [dē′ā] , a Latin phrase meaning "four times a day."

qid

Abbrev. for quater in die , meaning four times a day. This abbreviation is often used in prescriptions under the signature-the part giving the directions to the patient.
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The input for this phase is user identity and produces QID and SID which represents public and private keys respectively.
Additional 1 g of tranexamic acid orally QID 7 days were given to 11(21%) patients after the procedure and one of them got an additional tranexamine injection post-procedure when bleeding didn't stop after 3040 minutes.
At low hematocrit levels (dashed line), most glucose systems yielded a higher glucose level relative to the YSI 2300 plasma glucose measurements and at high hematocrit levels (solid line), they yielded a lower glucose level, except the Precision G and the Precision QID, for which the glucose levels at the 3 hematocrit levels were lower than those determined by the YSI 2300 (Figure 2, C and D).
5%), the glucose systems showed smaller differences (Figure 2), except Precision G and Precision QID, for which smaller differences were observed at the lowest hematocrit.
Precision G and Precision QID were tested with 2 quality control levels.
The Precision G and Precision QID systems were tested within their vendor-specified hematocrit ranges (Table 1).
In cases where the QID is also the same individual who formerly held the job, he or she will know virtually everything there is to know about that position, or certainly more than any other applicant.
But, if the QID is not offered the position -- whether this occurs after or in lieu of a discussion about reasonable accommodation -- the employer may be sued for refusing to hire this person, in violation of the ADA.
Personnel will then use information from all relevant sources such as accounting and risk management to conduct an ADA analysis to determine whether the injured employee is a QID (presumably, this will be so), and whether the injured employee is able to perform the duties of available jobs for which he or she is qualified under the ADA's reasonable accommodation standard.