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AHTAnti-Human Trafficking
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AHTApplied Heat Transfer (New York)
AHTAnimal Health Trust (Suffolk, England)
AHTAtm Header Translator
AHTApple Hardware Test
AHTAbiadura Handiko Trenaren (Basque: High Speed Train)
AHTAnonymous HIV Testing
AHTAverage Handle Time
AHTAnchor Handling Tug (offshore rig support vessel)
AHTAverage Handling Time
AHTAntihypertensive (pharmaceuticals)
AHTAnimal Health Technician
AHTAfter Hours Trading
AHTArterial Hypertension
AHTAsociación de Hoteles de Turismo de la República Argentina (Spanish)
AHTAquí Hay Tomate (Spanish TV program)
AHTAnimal Health Technologist
AHTAverage Holding Time
AHTAlternating Hypertropia (ophthalmology)
AHTArmy Headquarters Transformation (US Army)
AHTAfrican Human Trypanosomiasis
AHTArabian Horse Trust
AHTAcute Head Trauma
AHTAurélie Habasque-Tobie (French artist)
AHTAcoustic Homing Torpedo
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For each event - be it acute head trauma, gastric torsion, ruptured spleen or heart failure - any veterinary surgeon worth his salt will have a clear plan in his head on how to approach the problem.
children have a first unprovoked seizure, meaning it is not associated with acute head trauma or some other obvious cause.
For example, when might it be permissible, as is now being done, for IRBs to "defer consent" (or more correctly, to allow physician-investigators to proceed without consent) with patient-subjects suffering from acute head trauma? Conscripting citizen-patients to anything they have not consented to is deeply offensive to democratic values and whenever necessary requires public approbation.
STUDY DESIGN: We conducted a prospective, blinded, observational study on adult ED patients suspected of having elevated intracranial pressure as a result of acute head trauma. Patients or their representatives were provided informed consent before their inclusion in the study.
* BACKGROUND Every year more than 2 million adults present to emergency departments in the United States with acute head trauma. Only 6% to 9% of those with apparently minor injury have an intracranial lesion by computed tomography (CT), and less than 1% will require neurosurgical intervention.[1] This study develops and validates a clinical prediction guide for identifying patients with minor head injury who do not require a head CT.
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