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  1. AED, formerly the Academy for Educational Development, was a 501 nonprofit organization that focused on education, health and economic development for the "least advantaged in the United States and developing countries throughout the world." AED operated more than 250 programs in the United States and in 150 other countries around the world.
    • also known as Academy for Educational Development Inc
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  2. AED is a record label.


"Aed" is a composition.


  1. Aed a.k.a. United Arab Emirates dirham: The dirham is the currency of the United Arab Emirates. The ISO 4217 code for the United Arab Emirates dirham is AED. Unofficial abbreviations include DH or Dhs. The dirham is subdivided into 100 fils.
  2. Aed, or Aodh, is the prince of the Daoine Sidhe and a god of the underworld in Irish mythology. He is known from inscriptions as the eldest son of Lir, High King of the Tuatha de Dannan, and Aobh, a daughter of Bodb Dearg.
  3. Aed a.k.a. Áed: Aodh est un prénom irlandais.
  4. Aed a.k.a. Argentine Sign Language is used in Argentina. Deaf people attend separate schools, and use local sign languages out of class. A manual alphabet for spelling Spanish has been developed.

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Google previewFundamentals of Preparative and Nonlinear Chromatography (2006)

by Georges Guiochon, Dean G. Shirazi, Attila Felinger, Anita M. Katti

The AED is an excellent...

Google previewSmall Animal Critical Care Medicine (2008)

by Deborah Silverstein, Kate Hopper

The AED is a definition that applies only to aerosols that are homogenous in size, which is not typical of most therapeutic aerosols. Because therapeutic aerosols contain a range of particle sizes (termed heterodisperse), the term that is more ...

Google previewACLS Study Guide (2012)

by Barbara J Aehlert

An AED is an external defibrillator that has a computerized cardiac rhythm analysis system. AEDs are easy to use. Voice prompts and visual indicators guide the user through a series of steps that may include defibrillation. When the adhesive ...

Google previewSudden Cardiac Death (2011)

Heart Failure Clinics by Raul Weiss, Emile G. Daoud

Today, the AED is a lightweight, small, portable device designed to be safe, reliable, and easy to use. The device is equipped with a highly accurate algorithm that accurately detects ventricular tachycardia and VF and is able to distinguish it ...

Google previewEpilepsy: Treatment (2012)

by Hermann Stefan, William H. Theodore

The absence of adverse pharmacodynamic or pharmacokinetic interactions with the existing AED is an important advantage. Also, some interactions may be advantageous in some ways. For example, a much smaller dose of lamotrigine is ...

Google previewDoctor C's Medical Guide (2009)

What You Need To Know by JOSEPH CIABATTONI, Ph.D., M.D.

arrive or an automated external defibrillator ( AED) becomes available. AED is a device that delivers an electrical shock ...

Google previewTrace Analysis of Specialty and Electronic Gases (2013)

by William M. Geiger, Mark W. Raynor

Since the AED is an optical detector, the emission lines are not only relatively complex, but response can be nonlinear; spectral linescanoverlap and have both positive andnegative interferencefromspecies not being measured. The vendor's ...

Google previewEmergency Management and Telemedicine for Everyone (2006)

by Eamon Doherty Ph.D, Gary Stephenson,

Doherty feels that an Automatic External Defibulator AED is an important part of emergency management. Dr. Doherty was certified in ...

Google previewMeasuring the User Experience (2013)

Collecting, Analyzing, and Presenting Usability Metrics by William Albert, Thomas Tullis

In some very compelling research, Anthony Andre looked at the design of automatic external defribulators (AEDs)(2003). An AED is a device used to resuscitate an individual experiencing cardiac arrest. AEDs are found in many public spaces, ...

Google previewCliffsNotes EMT-Basic Exam Cram Plan (2011)

by Northeast Editing, Inc.

The AED is a computer-controlled defibrillator that requires very little human interaction or decision making. Almost anyone can operate this device. Defibrillation is critical in many cases of cardiac arrest and treatment should be immediate.

Google previewSudden Cardiac Death, An Issue of Heart Failure Clinics (2011)

by Raul Weiss, Emile Daoud

Today, the AED is a lightweight, small, portable device designed to be safe, reliable, and easy to use. The device is equipped with a highly accurate algorithm that accurately detects ventricular tachycardia and VF and is able to distinguish it ...

Google previewCongressional Record

The AED is a portable device that can restart the heart after cardiac arrest, and can be safely used by anyone, including children, as the device actually talks users through the lifesaving process and automatically analyzes whether a potentially ...

Google previewA Biographical Dictionary of Dark Age Britain (1991)

England, Scotland, and Wales, C. 500-c. 1050 by Ann Williams, Alfred P. Smyth, D. P. Kirby

AED FIND throughout Ireland but also in the kingdoms of the Scots and of the Picts. Its enactment was witnessed by 40 leading churchmen and 51 tribal and provincial kings, including *8ruide son of Derile, king of the Picts, and *Eochaid son ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Basic Epilepsy Research (2009)

AED mechanism(s) ofaction, even though thisapproach is timeconsuming andlabor intensive. Fundamentally, electrophysiological techniques record changes in voltage or current ina group of neurons, within individual cells, or associated with ...

Google previewAbbreviations Dictionary, Tenth Edition (2001)

by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen

Container Service AECT Association for Educational Communications and Technology AEC-UN Atomic Energy Commission—Upton, LI, NY aed air equipment department; automated external defibrillation; automated external defibrillator ...

Google previewAustralian Nurses' Dictionary (2016)

by Jennie King, Rhonda Hawley

Multiple rescuers have the advantage of being able to assist with providing compressions, ensuring help is summoned and obtaining additional equipment, such as an automatic external defibrillator (AED). Correctly performed, CPR can ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica, Or a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature (1810)

Ædilis Curulis AED. PL. Ædilis Plebis AEL. Ælius AEM. or AIMIL. Æmilius AET. Æternitas AFR. Africa, or Africanus ALBIN. ALBINUs ALIM. ITAL. Alimenta Italiæ ANN. AVG. Annona Augufti A. N. F. F. Annum Novum Fauftum Felicem ANIC.

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