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ADES

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An early system on the IBM 704.

Version: ADES II.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)].
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ADES continues to work towards closing the acquisition of the remaining seventeen Weatherford rigs, including eleven rigs in Saudi Arabia and six rigs in Algeria, with completion expected by the end of 2018.
Based on 6,542 surveillance cases, the researchers estimated that 69,464 emergency department visits were made annually for antibiotic ADEs among children aged 19 years or younger from 2011 to 2015, which accounted for 46.2 percent of emergency department visits for ADEs resulting from systemic medication.
Consideration for the transaction will include a cash payment equivalent to 75% of the total Transaction value and the remaining 25% will be paid in the form of newly issued shares of ADES.
ADES raised gross proceeds of $170 million in the primary tranche of the offering and will use the net proceeds it receives primarily to fund capital expenditures related to the scale-up of the Group's operations in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Algeria; and to fund ventures into new markets including Gulf Cooperation Council countries in the belief that this will create substantial risk-adjusted returns for shareholders.
in between two scores; [6,7] (v) preventability of ADEs using criteria of Schumock and Thornton modified by Lau et al., 2003; [8] (vi) severity of ADEs using scale of Hartwig and Siegle.
Fitch recognizes that other bottlers within the Coca-Cola system can participate in the equity of AdeS, which has been the case with other still beverage acquisitions.
"ADES has established itself as a strategic platform for Abu Dhabi's booming consumer electronics sector, which year-on-year has witnessed a surge in retailer and exhibitor numbers, reinforcing the emirate's rapidly developing economy," said Neelesh Bhatnagar, chief executive officer of Emax.
"The ADES expansion plans will unlock production in offshore fields to address the energy crisis in Egypt," CEO of ADES Mohamed Farouk said.
A total of 40 preventable ADEs (70%) occurred during parental administration of medication, and 15 (26%) occurred during ordering, they said, adding that the most common drugs involved in preventable ADEs were amoxicillin or amoxicillin-clavulanate (26%), inhaled steroids (11%), topical antifungals (7%), antihistamines (7%), and inhaled bronchodilators (5%).
The reporting of adverse drug events (ADE) to the Adverse Drug Reactions Advisory Committee of the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) fell from 3314 in 2002 to 2075 in 2004.
The estimated sensitivity of the NEISS-CADES for ascertaining ADEs was 0.33, while the estimated positive predictive value of a reported ADE was 0.92.