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
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For years, CHD Expert has been providing up-to-date foodservice market tools to help suppliers and operators be successful in today's market," said Catherine Kearns, General Manager at CHD Expert.
In collaboration with colleagues from the Harvard School of Public Health and research institutes in Italy, they conducted genome-wide association analyses of 1,517 type 2 diabetic patients with CHD and 2,671 type 2 diabetic subjects without CHD.
In both black and white subjects, major and minor ECG abnormalities at baseline were associated with CHD events during follow-up.
The second approach that epidemiologists have adopted to understand the mechanisms linking alcohol and CHD relies on statistical adjustment in multivariable regression models.
It is unclear what proportion of CHD can be prevented, but at the least, obstetricians should be aware of such risk factors so they can provide guidance to parents and future parents that could reduce the risk of their children having a major cardiovascular malformation, and so they can ensure proper surveillance in any pregnancy.
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In the PLAC Test for Lp-PLA2 Activityvalidation study, researchers performed the test on 4,598 participants ranging in age from 45 to 92 with no history of CHD.
This pioneering project not only enables the children with CHD to get timely treatment, but also makes a great contribution to the collection of valuable information on CHD epidemiology and the heart development status of the children.
Although they found weak evidence that CHD was significantly associated with subsequent GHQ-30 caseness (odds ratio, 1.
The researchers concluded that "diets high in fibre, specifically from cereal or vegetable sources are significantly associated with lower risk of CHD and CVD and reflect recommendations to increase intake.
less than 10 mg/g) was associated with greater risk of incident CHD among blacks, but not whites (hazard ratios of 3.
Pooled analyses showed an increase in CHD risk for the highest GI quantile compared with the lowest, with RR=1.