In total, the acquisition is expected to add approximately USD 60m annually to ADES
' Group revenue, while maintaining margins and thereby further enhancing group earnings.
"Taken as a whole, ADES
is the first major transaction we have executed as part of the merchant banking strategy we announced last year.
The majority of ADEs
had affected central nervous system (68, 60.71%), followed by the gastrointestinal system (15, 13.39%) (Table 1).
Organisers also announced collaborating with Uber Technologies, the US-based transportation network company, to offer two free Dh50 rides for new and existing Uber customers visiting ADES
. Visitors can check the Uber website and register using the code "ADES2015".
The more likely explanation, they added, is that providers did not sufficiently or accurately communicate medication administration information to parents, because most preventable ADEs
occurred during home administration.
Due to these findings, NEISS-CADES coders now receive a streamlined ADE
flow sheet and are trained to identify unintentional overdoses of diabetes agents and anticoagulants.
At each of the 64 hospitals, coders trained by CPSC and CDC staff review all ED charts for ADEs
. Coders identify cases by looking for keywords and diagnoses, such as "medication reaction," "overdose," and "adverse effect," and record information into a standardized, computer-based data-entry system.
At Royal Opera Covent Garden, the world premiere of The Tempest, an opera based on Shakespeare's play by Thomas Ades
, with libretto by Meredith Oakes, was a huge success.
Assistant is designed to perform automated trigger-based surveillance and enhanced voluntary reporting of adverse drug events (ADEs
) in hospitalized patients.
In a worthy reading from the CBSO under Thomas Ades
, crisp viola articulation was outstanding.
His name is Thomas Ades
, and he's all of twenty-seven years old.
Paradise Valley police on Tuesday arrested Jacqueline Claire Ades
on charges of threatening, stalking and harassment against a man she dated.
For the first time in the southern and eastern Mediterranean (SEMED) region the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) led and arranged a syndicated loan, consisting of a loan facility of up to $170 million to Advanced Energy Systems SAE (ADES
), an independent Egyptian oil services company.