ACSH

AcronymDefinition
ACSHAmerican Council on Science and Health, Inc.
ACSHAvionic and Control System Hardware
ACSHAmbulatory Care Sensitive Hospitalization
ACSHAlaska Communications Systems Holdings, Inc. (Anchorage, AK)
ACSHAnnapurna Center for Self Healing (Port Townsend, WA)
ACSHAdvisory Committee on Safety an Health at Work (EU)
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In the analogous models of ACSH risk for rural counties (table not shown), there was no evidence that physician supply was associated with ACSH.
Because these foods are rich in vitamins and minerals, many assume that supplements of these nutrients can decrease the risk of disease, ACSH explained.
She says an ACSH examination of labels of several herbal products found many carried no warnings.
In a press release ACSH president Elizabeth Whelan, MD, stated, "[The] ACSH hopes this list of health scares--and the science which shows they are bogus--will alert consumers to be wary of the health scares that will inevitably be launched in 2008."
As journalist James Bovard notes on the ACSH Web site, a 1994 British Medical Journal article estimated that some 10,000 American lives could be saved each year if more people were aware that daily aspirin use can lower the risk of heart attack.
Founded in 1978, the ACSH describes itself as "a public-health advocacy group advised by over 200 physicians and scientists" and as "an independent, non-profit consumer education consortium." ACSH says it "is dedicated to helping Americans distinguish between real and hypothetical health risks." It receives financial support from nearly 300 different sources, including non-profit foundations, trade associations, corporations, and individuals.
Alikhan Baimenov, Chairman of the Steering Committee of the ACSH, thanked the organizing committee of the WGS and the UAE for hosting and supporting the event, and praised the role played by the Summit in fostering a dialogue on the future of government.
Measurement of ACSH has been most often used for the evaluation of access to ambulatory care, especially in the United States (Bindman et al.
The source populations were all patients with epilepsy attending the neurologic clinic of ACSH and Mekelle Hospital during the study period.
Besides these measures related to the process dimension of quality, we draw on Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions (ACSH) as an indicator for the outcome dimension of care quality.
All prescriptions received by patients who came for medical service in ACSH were the source population and all prescriptions dispensed to patients in ACSH from OPD pharmacy through period of September, 2016, to February, 2017, were the study population.
Under different hydrothermal conditions, varieties of CSH with different structures can be prepared, such as amorphous calcium silicate hydrate (ACSH) and crystalline calcium silicate hydrate (CCSH).