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ACDPAdvisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens    
ACEacentric    
ACEacetaldehyde    
ACEacetaminophen    
ACEacetic    
ACEacetone    
ACEacute    
ACEacute care for elders    
ACEacute cerebral encephalopathy    
ACEAddenbrooke’s Cognitive Examination    
ACEadrenal cortical extract    
ACEAdvancement in Clinical Excellence    
ACEaffinity electrophoresis    
ACEalternative care for the elderly    
ACEAmerican College of Epidemiology    
ACEangiotensin-converting enzyme (CD143)    
ACEapproved continuing education    
ACEAspirin and Carotid Endarterectomy    
ACEPeptidyl-dipeptidase A is the name recommended by the IUBMB for this enzyme EC 3.4.15.1, it is more popularly known as angiotensin I-converting enzyme (ACE), a synonym that is unlikely to be "purged" from the literature in the forseeable future    
ACESadverse clinical event    
ACESCardiology Azithromycin Coronary Events Study A trial that asked whether Chlamydia pneumoniae infection is causally associated with cardiovascular disease and, if so, whether azithromycin treatment would reduce the risk of subsequent coronary events    
ACESConclusion Avelox® is useful for managing acute bacterial exacerbations of chronic bronchitis–ABECB, acute bacterial sinusitis, and community-acquired pneumonia    
ACESConclusions No link between cardiovascular disease and Chlamydia pneumoniae; azithromycin treatment doesn’t affect morbidity or mortality    
ACESMedspeak adverse cardiac event    
ACESMicrobiology Avelox® Clinical Experience Study A post-marketing study which assessed the safety and efficacy of Avelox® (moxifloxacin) a fluoroquinolone    

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