PAH


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AcronymDefinition
PAHPolycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (compound)
PAHPulmonary Arterial Hypertension
PAHPoly (Allylamine Hydrochloride)
PAHPolska Akcja Humanitarna
PAHPhenylalanine Hydroxylase
PAHPolynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbon (compound)
PAHPolyaromatic Hydrocarbon
PAHPets At Home (UK pet supermarket chain)
PAHPrêt à l'Amélioration de l'Habitat (French: Housing Improvement Loan)
PAHP-Aminohippuric Acid
PAHPara-Aminohippuric Acid (used in renal function tests)
PAHProduction Approval Holder
PAHPaducah, KY, USA (Airport Code)
PAHPromoting Awareness in Healthcare
PAHPayload Accommodations Handbook
PAHParents Are Home
PAHPrimary Account Holder
PAH4-Aminohippuric Acid (CAS Number 61-78-9)
PAHPretoria Akademiese Hospitaal (South Africa)
PAHPanzerabwehrhelikopter (German: Anti-Tank Helicopter)
PAHPersonnel Access Hatch
PAHPredictor At Home
PAHDepartment of Pathology at Pennsylvania Hospital
PAHPosition Area Hazard
PAHPartners for Affordable Housing (various locations)
PAHPlatoon Area Hazard
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PAH begins when tiny arteries in the lungs, called pulmonary arterioles, become narrowed, blocked or destroyed.
The current findings build on the Center's previous studies linking prenatal PAH exposure with behavioral and cognitive issues, including associations with developmental delay at age 3, reduced IQ at age 5, and symptoms of anxiety/depression and attention problems at ages 6 and 7.
It found the toxicity levels of PAHs are highest in winters.
Pihkva sediment core PAH Code Molecular weight Naphthalene (LMW) NAP 128 Acenaphthylene (LMW) ACPy 152 Acenaphthene (LMW) ACP 154 Fluorene (LMW) FLU 166 Anthracene (LMW) ANT 178 Phenanthrene (LMW) PHE 178 Fluoranthene (LMW) FLT 202 Pyrene (HMW) PYR 202 Chrysene (HMW) CHR 228 Benzo[a]anthracene (HMW) BAA 228 Benzo[b+k]fluoranthene (HMW) BBF 252 Benzo[a]pyrene (HMW) BAP 252 Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene (HMW) INP 276 Benzo[g,/h,i]perylene (HMW) BGP 276 Dibenzo[a,h]anthracene (HMW) DBA 278 PAH Group by Benzene vertical (and total) distribution ring (Fig.
To apportion the observed variance in PAH concentrations into four components describing regional variability, intraregional between-household variability, within-household variability over time, and within-sample analytical variability we used a hierarchical random-effects model,
The team also found that kids exposed to a lot of PAHs made excess amounts of an antibody called immunoglobulin E, or IgE.
PAH can develop as a consequence of individual factors, as well as a combination of interlinked factors, including chronic infection, tonsil hyperplasia, OSA, ARV therapy, and HIV-associated pulmonary hypertension per se (Fig.
The carcinogenic potency of a PAH is associated with the structural features and the complexity of the molecule: a more complex compound is usually more potent.
Annualized global PAH market revenues data from 2005 to 2009, forecast forward for seven years to 2016.
A study using losartan in PAH secondary to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease was also in the acute setting and oral dosing with losartan (50 mg) produced a significant reduction in mean PAP and total pulmonary vascular resistance (8).
Results from soil microbiota in benzo[a]pyrene (lines 6 to 10) indicated that the presence of this PAH caused a considerable impact into the community, once a very weak intensity of bands 2, 3 and 4 were visualized at weeks 1 and 2, showing a re-adaptation of these species from the week-3 on when previous predominant bands from day-zero are present again; however, specie correspondent to band 3 showed some predominance into the degradation process.
PAH is now the world's leader in the discovery, development, manufacture and sales of veterinary vaccines and medicines for livestock and companion animals.