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CIHChartered Institute of Housing (UK)
CIHCertified Industrial Hygienist (ABIH)
CIHCentre for International Health (University of Bergen; Norway)
CIHCollision Intractable Hash
CIHCam in Head
CIHConstant Image Height
CIHCrédit Immobilier et Hôtelier (French; Moroccan bank)
CIHChen Ing-Hau (creator of the Chernobyl Virus)
CIHCamshaft in Head (engine)
CIHComité Interministériel du Handicap (French: Interministerial Committee on Disability)
CIHCentre d'Ingénierie Hydraulique (French: Hydraulic Engineering Center)
CIHClassification Internationale des Handicaps
CIHCash in Hand
CIHConey Island Hospital (Brooklyn, New York)
CIHCompagnie Immobilière d'Hardelot (French real estate company)
CIHCentre d'Immunologie Humaine (French: Human Immunology Center)
CIHCertified Incident Handler
CIHCaffeine-Induced Hysteria
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The CIH said renters were facing gaps ranging from PS25 a month on a single room in a shared home outside London to more than PS260 a month on one to four-bedroom homes in some areas of London.
In our view, the Moroccan state's propensity to support CDG in case of need is very high, as is CDG's propensity to support CIH if required.
The rats in the CIH group were subjected to oxycycler (OxyCycler model A84XOV; BioSpherix, NY) hypoxia (10% [O.sub.2] in [N.sub.2] for 45 s) and normoxia (21% [O.sub.2] in [N.sub.2] for 72 s) every 180 s for 8 h/d (from 8 am to 4 pm), for 4 consecutive weeks.
Maca Pretreatment Protects Mice against CIH. In order to determine the therapeutic effects of Maca in acute hepatitis, we firstly investigated the effects of Maca on mortality from CIH.
While measuring the usage and benefits of CIH has been popular in the research literature for over 20 years, measurement of attitudes toward and perceptions of CIH by health practitioners has been minimal.
Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) is a common sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) disease characterized by recurrent episodes of partial or complete upper airway collapse.[sup][1] As a prevalent chronic disease, OSAS has been recognized as a potential major risk factor for the morbidity and mortality of many cardiovascular complications,[sup][2],[3],[4] which may depend on the severity of the nocturnal apnea periods causing exposure to repeated chronic intermittent hypoxia (CIH).
It has been found that activation of angiotensin II (Ang II) plays an important role in the pathological and physiological process of CIH (11).
The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) has conducted new research which shows the cap will hit 116,000 families across the social rented and private rented sectors in Great Britain, the vast majority of which are two and three-children families, by up to PS115 a week.
Adel Machmouchi and Nizar al-Awar, and involved discussion of the initiation of cooperative arrangement between the CIH and the ISF.
Like millions of Americans, Veterans are using complementary and integrative health (CIH) therapies such as massage and acupuncture and/or practicing CIH self-care activities like yoga, Qigong, Tai Chi, and meditation [1].
As the foremost pathophysiological change in the process of OSA, chronic intermittent hypoxia (CIH) often causes oxidative stress and inflammations, contributing to damage of various tissue and organs [6].