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DDE

DDE

(Dynamic Data Exchange) A message protocol in Windows that allows application programs to request and exchange data between them automatically.
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Easington, a small locality in DDES CCG, kindly supplied details of their referrals into ophthalmology for the period of May and June 2012 for the purpose of this small audit.
The DDES had begun investigating the Tobins' property for possible code violations in response to the anonymous complaint.
Participants' medical conditions were measured through the research interviews by the number of chronic health conditions (for example, asthma, diabetes, heart trouble, hypertension, arthritis, stroke, cancer, and ulcer), according to the Duke Depression Evaluation Schedule (DDES) medical conditions scale (Krishnan, Hays,Tupler, George, & Blazer, 1995); physical functioning, through number of impairments in activities of daily living (ADLs) and instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) (for example, taking medications, transferring, walking, toileting, bathing, housekeeping, and so forth), according to the DDES physical functioning scale (Krishnan et al.