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PPD

PPD

(1) (Parallel Presence Detect) The method used by earlier SIMM memory modules to communicate their capacity to the computer. A binary number coming from a parallel set of pins was read by the system, with each pin representing one bit. Contrast with SPD.

(2) (PostScript Printer Description) See PPD file.
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PPD designs, develops and deploys a wide range of learning and performance opportunities that help the company meet the specific needs of its clients, while advancing their clinical research programs.
The authors said women who did not have anesthesia may have been at an increased risk for PPD because the labor pain may have been traumatising to the women during delivery, or it's possible those who declined anesthesia just happened to have intrinsic characteristics that made them more vulnerable to experiencing PPD.
A large body of evidence exists to support a positive relationship of lower PPD prevalence with prolonged breastfeeding in western countries.
PPD's unparalleled reputation for quality makes them an ideal match for Evidera, and joining the PPD family expands our global footprint and operational capabilities.
He also informed that he expected former PPD staff that have gone to other parties in the meantime to return to PPD.
Beck explored the concept of PPD beyond the analysis of symptoms and definition of major depressive mood disorders essentially because the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM IV) does not include PPD as a diagnosis (Beck & Driscoll, 2006).
Conclusion: Increased PPD test results in patients with Behcet's disease do not always imply tuberculosis infection and might be accepted as a false-positive result (Turkderm 2012; 46: 143-6)
Identifying PPD in fathers is more difficult because men are more likely to stay strong and just "buck up.
This infrastructure gives PPD the capability to provide biopharmaceutical companies with global and regional support for pre- and post-approval drug safety and medical information, the company points out.
But a study conducted at the University of York (England), took a critical look at the extent to which screening for PPD in a primary care setting was cost effective when a standardized postnatal depression or generic depression screening tool was used.
The following prevention and treatment strategies might reduce morbidity and mortality in hospitalized patients diagnosed with PPD and lessen the cost of treating this serious illness.
The CHILD studies research team of researchers in UNB's Faculty of Nursing, has been conducting PPD research in New Brunswick and Alberta for the last five years.