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PDD

(Professional Disk for Data) A 5.25" rewritable optical disc technology from Sony Electronics Inc. (www.sonyburners.com) that also supports write-once (WORM) media. Using blue laser optics and phase change recording, 23GB drives and cartridges were introduced in 2004. See UDO.
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The NMC draft standards for the PDD are as follows:
Negative correlations between the initial PDD and PDD changes were found for all ADs (p = 0.
The primary criteria used to diagnose PDD histologically were perivascular or periganglionar mononuclear infiltrates in crop, proventriculus, or both.
In terms of medication, risperidone has been the drug of choice for behaviour control in PDD.
The purpose of this article is to provide nurses with a comprehensive overview of DLB as it compares with other dementia subtypes, particularly AD and PDD, and to propose nursing interventions for clinical practice.
Table 4 lists frequency of use and weight adjusted PDD for paediatric patients.
The researchers randomized 78 patients with DLB and 121 patients with PDD to a 20-mg dose of memantine once daily or a placebo.
Data related to PD and PDD subjects are reported in Table 3.
The kinds of programs profiled in the PDD will include those from early intervention programs aimed at elementary and middle school students, to mentoring activities for undergraduates, to career change programs created for working adults.
Alun Wilcox, Directorof Medical at PDD, said, We are delighted with the award.
Currently, some insurance companies refuse to cover speech, physical and occupational therapy for PDD, even if the same child would be covered for identical treatment if he did not have autism.