ASSH

AcronymDefinition
ASSHAmerican Society for Surgery of the Hand
ASSHAcadémie Suisse des Sciences Humaines et Sociales (French: Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences)
ASSHAustralian Society for Sports History (est. 1983)
ASSHAcute Spinal Subdural Hematoma (spinal injury)
ASSHAircraft Systems Self-Healing
ASSHAverage Steady-State Haematocrit (hematology)
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After approval by the institutional review board and the ASSH, the survey was sent to active and candidate ASSH members in the USA (N = 3,352).
A comparative analysis of the articles from the AAOS and ASSH websites was also performed (Table 4).
1,700 members around the globe, ASSH is the premier hand surgery
Upper limb differences may also be acquired after birth as a result of such causes as accidents or amputations (ASSH, 2006).
The functional outcome was assessed using American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH) Total Active Flexion Score (TAF) and the following results were obtained.
Generally used to support procedural skills training; however they can be used in conjunction with other learning technologies to create integrated clinical situations (ASSH).
In order to take the Pakistani mathematical community on a course of quality research and to encourage individuals who have dedicated their lives to serious research in mathematics, the Abdus Salam Shield of Honour (ASSH) was created in April 2015.
assh.org/Professionals/Education/Courses/Pages/ Electives-in-Hand-Surgery.aspx.