CHNSChina Health and Nutrition Survey
CHNSCape Hatteras National Seashore (North Carolina)
CHNSCarbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Sulphur
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The CHNS, administered by the Carolina Population Center (University of North Carolina) in collaboration with the National Institute of Nutrition and Food Safety (Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention), is the source of the data analyzed here.
Consequently Koch (cited in Brookes 2004) claims that CHNs "have escaped scholarly scrutiny, and their voice has been weak in nursing matters".
The CHNS is an ongoing project that surveys households in nine provinces.
3 It is chemically inert and It does not contain harmful stable chemicals 4 Melting point may starts Its having low melting point from 50[degrees] when compare to Paraffin 5 Non Corrosive in nature Non Corrosive in nature TABLE III: CHNS Test Results Chemical Content % Value Carbon 85.51 Hydrogen 15.69 Nitrogen 0.00 Sulphur 15.69 Fig.
Total C and N were estimated by using a CHNS analyser (LECO Corp., St.
(2) The dataset we use is China Health and Nutrition Survey (CHNS).
The ultimate analysis, which measured the carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, and sulfur content, was carried out by a CHNS analyzer (Elementar Vario EL III).
Wang, "Treatment of cystic craniopharyngioma with phosphorus-32 intracavitary irradiation," Child's Nervous System: ChNS, vol.
The China Health and Nutrition Survey (CHNS) is a representative cross-sectional survey (with a nested longitudinal cohort) that covers nine diverse provinces and autonomous regions from south to north (Guangxi, Guizhou, Heilongjiang, Henan, Hubei, Hunan, Jiangsu, Liaoning and Shandong) and was performed eight rounds between 1989 and 2009.
The CHPs program was adopted nationally as a result of the Navrongo experiment, which indicated that re-engineering the Community Health Nurse (CHN) program (by retraining, renaming and recertifying CHNs as Community Health Officers (CHOs) to serve as resident community health care providers) could do much to reduce mortality and fertility rates (24).
* A Perkin Elmer CHNS analyzer (series II, 2400) was used for elemental analysis of the PCW.