CHD


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AcronymDefinition
CHDCoronary Heart Disease
CHDConsolidated Help Desk
CHDChild (air ticket tariff category)
CHDCongenital Heart Disease
CHDCounty Health Department
CHDCanine Hip Dysplasia
CHDChromodomain Helicase DNA-Binding (protein family)
CHDCentre Hospitalier Départemental (French: departmental general hospital)
CHDCompressed Hard Disk
CHDCentre Hospitalier de Dunkerque (French: Dunkirk Hospital Center; Dunkirk, France)
CHDCentre for Human Development (Rajasthan, India)
CHDChildren's Home of Detroit (Grosse Pointe Woods, MI)
CHDCounty Health Director
CHDCentre d'Histoire du Droit (French: Legal History Center; University of Rennes; Rennes, France)
CHDChicago Hittite Dictionary Project
CHDCompressed Hunk of Data
CHDCivil Homeland Defense Corps (Tombstone, AZ)
CHDCargo Handling Detachment
CHDCargo Helicopter Division
CHDCorrectional Holding Detachment
CHDCongenital Hip Displacement/Dislocation
CHDChandler Municipal Airport, Chandler, Arizona, USA (Airport Code)
CHDConstricted Double-Heterojunction
CHDClick Here Dummy
CHDChisel Type Dressers (Spectra Diamond Tools)
CHDCertified Head Doctor
CHDCancer Health Disparity
CHDCalifornia Harley Davidson (motorcycles)
CHDCommunity Health Division (various locations)
CHDCommunity Help Desk (various locations)
CHDCampaign for Human Development
CHDCatering & Hospitality Database
References in periodicals archive ?
3 maternal deaths were reported in AHD group, whereas no maternal mortality was noted in CHD group.
For over 20 years, CHD Expert has collected, analyzed, and managed foodservice and hospitality data to help businesses win in this fragmented and fast-moving industry.
2011-98), and written informed consent regarding the “the protocol of CHD screening in Langfang district” was signed by the parents of the infants.
There are various traditional or conventional or major risk factors for CHD including dyslipidemia, smoking, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, family history of CHD, and advancing age.
Some types of CHD are grouped into Major congenital heart defect (MCHD) defined as a complex structural malformation of the heart and/ or the great arteries, and/or the presence of a defect requiring surgical or catheter intervention within the first 6 months of life.
Inflammatory markers like serum Fibrinogen and C-reactive protein concentrations were higher in the CHD group similar to other studies.
These findings confirm the results of prior studies showing that urinary ACR is an important biomarker for CHD risk in the general population, even among individuals with ACR values that are less than the current threshold for defining microalbuminuria (30 mg/g)," they noted.
Scientists in Genetics and Epidemiology at Joslin were interested in finding out whether there were genetic determinants of CHD specific to diabetic patients.
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The current study investigated the hypothesis that anthocyanins, flavonols and flavonoid polymers, classes of flavonoids found in berries, tea, onions and apples, were protective against CHD in young and middle-aged women.
The CHD hopes to correct such a distinction and present testimony in a structured manner that offers insight to the phenomena.