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CGD

(Certification Guidance Document) See healthcare IT.
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With growth ininitiatives taken by the Government of India in CGD sector, various CGD entities are entering the market, and coming forward to establish CGD network in different geographical locations of the country.
The average ash content of the cotton gin dust (CGD) was 87%, and only 13% of the CGD was volatile.
Most clinical cases of CGD present in childhood and early diagnosis is crucial as it may require patients to be placed on antibiotic prophylaxis in an attempt to protect against infections before they occur.
I'm now looking to more of our partners in the Midlands to take advantage of the CGD.
CGD is responsible for a number of products, websites and studies.
3) Patients with X-linked CGD generally have a more severe clinical course and increased mortality compared to patients with autosomal-recessive disease.
In spite of this limitation, the DHR assay has been successfully used to (a) measure transfused non-CGD neutrophils in CGD patients (9), (b) measure X-inactivation ratios (lyonization patterns) in X-linked CGD carriers (10-16) even when small percentages of the normal X-linked genes are present (17), (c) measure low concentrations of residual NADPH-oxidase activity in CGD patients (10, 18), and (d) measure improved granulocyte activity in preclinical (19) and clinical gene therapy trials (20, 21).
The charity has so far funded a host of schemes for the CGD Research Trust, including investment in 39 research projects since 1996, the creation of a landmark database of information on CGD patients from the UK and the rest of Europe, and the establishment of a gold standard nursing service for CGD.
It was eventually discovered the youngsters have chronic granulomatus disorder, or CGD -which only affects four in every million babies - which is caused by a faulty bone marrow gene.
The president of the CGD, Nancy Birdsall, said, "the rich countries' achievements 'fell far short of leaders' soaring rhetoric in 2005, the so-called Year of Development.