HAI

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AcronymDefinition
HAIHealthcare-Associated Infections
HAIHelicopter Association International
HAIHealing Arts Institute (Fort Collins, CO)
HAIHome Automation, Inc. (New Orleans, LA)
HAIHospital Acquired Infection
HAIHealth Action International
HAIHuman-Animal Interaction
HAIHost Adapter Interface
HAIHardware Accelerator Interface
HAIHemagglutination Inhibition (Immune assay type, microbiology)
HAIHepatic Arterial Infusion (therapy)
HAIHuman Awareness Institute
HAIHealth Alliance International (University of Washington)
HAIHelpAge International (UK)
HAIHellenic Aerospace Industry
HAIHealthcare-Acquired Infection
HAIHuman Appeal International
HAIHotel Association of India
HAIHigh-Current Arc Ignition
HAIHiggenbotham Auctioneers International (Lakeland, FL)
HAIHamamatsu Agency for Innovation (Shizuoka, Japan)
HAIHepatic Activity Index
HAIHockey Art International
HAIHandbook of Artificial Intelligence
HAIHigh Altitude Indoctrination
HAIHigh-Level Analog Input
HAIHigher Authority of Intelligence
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Browse the Hospital Acquired Infection Testing Market - Global Disease Testing Methods Analysis and Forecast 2013-2020 at http://www.
Expected Excess Costs Per Hospital Acquired Infection (HAI) SSI $14,401 VAP $9,170 CLABSI $31,661 MRSA $3,483 C.
22 August 2014 - US life sciences company SeraCare Life Sciences Inc (NASDAQ:SRLS) said Friday it had introduced its first molecular control product targeting hospital acquired infections, ACCURUN 501 C.
SINGING STARS: Liz Dobson Bell, Sue Stevens and Tracy Bewick, from the North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust, have recorded a Christmas single in a bid to get more staff to wash their hands to prevent hospital acquired infections
He added effective hand washing has been proven to cut the occurrence of hospital acquired infections, which cost the NHS pounds 1 billion every year.
Laboratory role in the management of hospital acquired infections.
The need to control hospital acquired infections (HAIs) has escalated into a massive market, which approximated US$50,807.
Hospital acquired infections currently cost the NHS about pounds 1bn each year and claim at least 5,000 deaths.