ASHP


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ASHPAmerican Society of Health-System Pharmacists (formerly American Society of Hospital Pharmacists)
ASHPAir-Source Heat Pump
ASHPAmerican Social History Project (CUNY)
ASHPAmerican Society of Hospital Pharmacists (now American Society of Health-System Pharmacists)
ASHPAmerican Specialty Health Plans
ASHPAlport Syndrome Home Page
ASHPAssociated Students for Historic Preservation
ASHPAmerican Society of Handicapped Physicians (Springfield, MO)
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ASHPAmsterdam School of Health Professions
ASHPAccessible Stock House Plans
ASHPAllensworth State Historical Park (California)
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HMC is the second healthcare system in the region to achieve the prestigious ASHP accreditation - a significant achievement for the organisation's pharmacy department.
Todaythe ASHP has more than 43,000 members including pharmacists, students, and pharmacy technicians.
The energy consumption due to the defrosting should be taken into account in the evaluation of the ASHP performance but the calculation methods proposed by European standards ignore this effect (Vocale et al.
It has been shown experimentally that the COP of ASHP has a linear relation with ambient temperature (Safa et al.
Compared to GSHPs, conventional ASHPs through a heat pump refrigeration process extract heat from the outdoor air in the winter for heating and from the indoor air in the summer for cooling.
The study also showed that ASHP supply temperatures dropped to levels that may feel less comfortable at least 60 percent of the time in the mixed-humid and cold-climate locations evaluated, and up to 20 percent of the time in hot climates.
Official language of professional policies approved by the 2012 ASHP House of Delegates, June 27, 2012.
Because pharmacists, nurses, technicians and others spend a growing amount of time managing issues related to the shortage, the estimated labor cost is upward of $216 million, according to ASHP.
With the split DX system as the baseline, Figures 4 and 5, respectively, show the percentage of total site energy use differences for the ASHP and WSHP systems under the three considered operational schemes in compliance with Standard 90.
OSHA and ASHP recommend that waste from hazardous drugs (including antineoplastics) that have more than trace contamination be disposed of in a way similar to drugs in the RCRA's list (Table 1) (9, 14).
the use of ASHP guidelines (potential for update is unknown at this time)
ASHP recommends the following steps to prevent accidental poisoning with medicine: