ROH

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AcronymDefinition
ROHRing of Honor (wrestling organization)
ROHRoyal Opera House
ROHAlcohol (chemistry)
ROHRun of the House (hospitality industry)
ROHReports of Harm
ROHRevive Our Hearts (Christian ministry)
ROHRoyal Ottawa Hospital
ROHRegistered Occupational Hygienist
ROHRanma½ (anime)
ROHRiver Oaks Hospital (various locations)
ROHReceiver Off-Hook
ROHRadius of Hearing
ROHRemoval of Hardware
ROHRevoluèní Odborové Hnutí (Czech: Revolutionary Trade Unions)
ROHRegular or Refueling Overhaul (US Navy)
ROHRing of Heath (gaming)
ROHReservations on Hand
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HIT can improve the safety and quality of patient care, but there are reports of harm associated with Me use of these systems, from closing errors to delays in treatment.
pdf ([double dagger]) This total includes reports of all incidents involving 1 of the 4 types of errors identified in the 18 reports of harm.
Companies are able to register with the CPSC so that they can receive timely notification of any reports of harm filed against their products.
No reports of harm from yoga in low-back pain therapy were reported in the few studies found.
And, while no serious side effects have been associated with Citrus aurantium so far, reports of harm take some time to emerge.
There are no reports of harm caused by DINP in commercial products," (14) he wrote.
However, Pp has been found in waters without reports of harm to fish or persons, and fish lesions can result from a variety of biologic, physical, and environmen tal factors that may be unrelated to Pp.
In the case of breast implants, a combination of an accumulation of anectodal reports of harm and alleged inconsistencies in manufacturers' data generation and collection have led FDA to demand safety data that would argue that the devices be permitted to remain on the market.
So far, there have been no reports of harm caused to the bodies of pregnant women when they fasten their seat belts,'' said Hiroshi Murao of Okinawa Chubu Hospital, who has researched pregnancy-related injuries.