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EACA

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EACA: The Hong Kong-based EACA group of companies was established in December 1972 by Eric Chung Kwan-yee, a businessman of humble beginnings from mainland China who stealt into the then British colony from Guangzhou as a young man.

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Google previewPediatric Cardiac Anesthesia (2005)

by Carol L. Lake, Peter D. Booker

EACA is a synthetic lysine analog that competitively inhibits plasmin. Thirty years ago it was associated with reduced blood loss in cyanotic but not acyanotic children undergoing CPB (55). Recently, 70 infants and children, mostly older than 1 ...

Google previewThe Dublin Review (1883)

by Nicholas Patrick Wiseman

Anyone acquainted, even in an elementary way, with the language, knows that the word eaca means edible food ; but the Centuriators, in order to establish the use of the chalice to the dying, would have it mean a liquid, or that by ...

Google previewComprehensive Surgical Management of Congenital Heart Disease, Second Edition (2014)

by Richard A Jonas

ε-Aminocaproic acid EACA is a lysine analog.

Google previewHandbook of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Fourth Edition (2010)

by Roger L. Lundblad, Fiona Macdonald

H2C H2C H2C H2C NH2 CH2 CH C OH O C OH O Epsilon-aminocaproic acid 6- aminohexanoic acid Lysine EACA is an inhibitor of trypticlike serine proteases. It has been used as a hemostatic agent that functions by inhibiting fibrinolysis.

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Abbreviations (1998)

by Oxford University Press

EACA ¢ EBIC Educational Advisory Committee ~ Engineering Advisory Council EACA East Africa Court of Appeal Reports ' Med. epsilon aminocaproic acid EACC East Asia Christian Conference EACN Chem. equivalent alkane carbon ...

Google previewAbbreviations Dictionary, Tenth Edition (2001)

by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen

Estate Agents Cooperative; European Accident Code; European Atomic Commission eaca (EACA) epsilon-aminocaproic acid EACC-PDH Employee Assistance Certification Commission-Professional Development Hours eacd eczematous ...

Google previewA Handy Poetical Anglo-Saxon Dictionary (1885)

Based on Groschopp's Grein. Edited, Revised, and Corrected with Grammatical Appendix, List of Irregular Verbs, and Brief Etymological Features by Christian Wilhelm Michael Grein

eaca- eaca, w. m. increase, addition \ — to eacan, besides, moreover. eacen, part . adj. 1. increased, widespread, large, great, heavy, full, extended ; — great, mighty, powerful. 2. heavy, pregnant. eacen-craeftig, adj. immense, enormously ...

Google previewThe Bible dictionary (1875)

EACA, a 'word of contempt wluch appears to have b«m sometimes usoil among the Jews in our Saviour's time, and was, no doubt, vory offensive. Its primary- meaning is disputed, and cannot be inferred from the only text [Matt. v.

Google previewInverted Medical Dictionary, Second Edition (1991)

by Bruce C. Carlstedt, Mary J. Stanaszek, Walter F. Stanaszek

DHA DHAD DHE 45® DHEA DHT DIC dig DSLR DM DMBA DMI DMO DMSO DMT DNA DNCB D5NS D5NSS DOB DOCA DOP DOSS 2,3-DPG DPH DPT D/S DSS DSI DSS DT DTBC DTIC DTPA DTT DVA DSW DW DXM EACA ECA 293 NZ ...

Google previewWintu Dictionary (1985)

by Harvey Pitkin

□u t eAca to break or wreck things t eAcuma' to cause to break t iAal broken, burst, cracked open {t Er} glide; spread the feathers to glide; also, bird name nom-t eruma EDC ' s grandfather's name se-t iral to have the feathers ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Old English Language (1878)

by Francis Henry Stratmann

eaca, O. Icel. auki, ele, addita- mentum: tô êken insuper ...

Google previewA dictionary of the English language (1844)

by Alexander Reid

eacA ; every. -lEmiUus (L.), vying with ; emulate. jEmyrian (S.), ashes ; embers. JESlus (L.), the god of the winds ; coftan, eoftpile. jEquus (L.), equal ; coequal, ineoual, untY/ual, adequate, inadequate, intouitous. JEr (S.), before ; ere, ...

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