AHJ

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AHJAuthority Having Jurisdiction
AHJAlbert Hammond, Jr. (musician)
AHJAmerican Heart Journal
AHJAuthority Housing Jurisdiction
AHJAssociation Hospitalière de Joeuf (French: Hospital Association of Joeuf; Joeuf, France)
AHJAlternative Health Journal
AHJArea Having Jurisdiction
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An editorial accompanying the American Heart Journal study noted the irony of the conventional medical community denigrating and dismissing the results of this scientific research.
American Heart Journal, March 2012, online edition, DOI:10.
Bir derginin etki degerinin American Journal of Cardiology, Heart ve American Heart Journal gibi dergilerden yuksek olmasina ragmen Article Influence Score'nun daha dusuk olduguna dikkat edilmelidir.
Policosanol: clinical pharmacology and therapeutic significance of a new lipid-lowering agent," The American Heart Journal, vol.
In addition, 12 percent of the women taking part in the ongoing Sibling and Family Heart Study had advanced atherosclerosis seen on calcium scans done with ultrafast computed tomography CT), according to the December 2005 American Heart Journal.
Although the study, which was conducted by the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics at Harokopio University in Athens, Greece, was of only 15 patients, similar results were reported in February of last year in the American Heart Journal.
THE trace element magnesium has an important role to play in saving lives of coronary artery bypass patients according to a report in the American Heart Journal.
He has also served as an invited reviewer for the journals Clinical Chemistry, Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, American Heart Journal, and Intensive Care Journal.
Published monthly by Mosby, a division of Harcourt Health Sciences, the American Heart Journal has been a trusted resource for cardiologists and general practice physicians for over 70 years.
Sample journal titles are Journal of the American Board of Family Practice, Seminars in Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, American Heart Journal, Applied Neuropsychology, and the Southern Medical Journal.
Drinking habits and cardiovascular disease: The Framingham Study, American Heart Journal, 105, pp 667-673.
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