CHDS

AcronymDefinition
CHDSCenter for Homeland Defense and Security (US Naval Postgraduate School)
CHDSChild Health and Development Studies (Berkeley, CA)
CHDSCenter for Hemispheric Defense Studies (National Defense University)
CHDSCapitol Hill Day School (est. 1969; Washington, DC)
CHDSCounseling and Human Development Services (various locations)
CHDSChip Hierarchical Design System
CHDSCompact Holographic Data Storage
CHDSCenter for Health Decision Science (Harvard University)
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Adolescents living with congenital heart defects (CHDs) are a growing population in the United States.
Fetal echocardiographic examination (FE) has been in use since the 1980s (for the last 20-25 years) in pregnant women expecting births with potentially high risk of congenital heart diseases (CHD) (1,2).
In the structure of congenital malformations the significant specific gravity is related to the congenital heart defects (CHD) which occupy the second place after the anomalies of the nervous system and account for 16 to 40% (Babajanov et al., 1996; Katin, 2000; Pariyskay end Gikaviy, 1989; Scvortcov and Ermolenko, 2003), presenting 6.6 per 1000 live-births in Europe, 5.7--in Canada, 11.5--in the Lebanon (Panteleeva et al., 2001; Pariyskay and Gikaviy, 1989; Popov, 2004; Vasilenco et al., 1993).
However, because the CHDS is a birth cohort study, none of these papers are able to examine how youth activity has been changing over time in New Zealand.
Some serious CHDs are diagnosed during pregnancy so parents will often have time to learn about them and prepare accordingly; other times, parents will not find out that their child has a CHD until after the child is born.
Maternal proximity to oil and gas well site activities (low, medium, or high intensity) and births with CHDs were evaluated.
Najma Patel, also the Convener of the committee member of College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan regretted there was not a single health facility in Balochistan to treat CHD like health problems.
Of these, 211 had structural heart disease with 154 being congenital heart disease (CHD) and 57 were acquired heart disease, giving the prevalence of 0.44% and 0.16%, respectively.
In Denmark, banning the sales of food products containing PHOs or TFAs reduced the number of deaths caused due to CHDs by around 50% in past 20 years.
Congenital heart defects (CHDs) are the most common birth defects worldwide and, although many CHDs can be mild forms, approximately 25% are severe forms requiring early detection and intervention.
When specific CHDs were compared, we found no significant risk factor for PMV among specific disease entities.