DHF


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DHFDengue Hemorrhagic Fever
DHFDengue Haemorrhagic Fever
DHFDansk Håndbold Forbund
DHFDesign History File
DHFDiluted Hydrofluoric Acid
DHFDiabetes Hands Foundation (Palo Alto, CA)
DHFDemand History File
DHFDorena-Hickman Ferry (Hickman, Kentucky)
DHFData Handling Function
DHFDecoupled Hartree-Fock
DHFAbu Dhabi Al Dhafra Military Airport (airport code)
DHFDocument History File
DHFDiastolic Heart Failure (cardiology)
DHFDermatologie Hors Frontières (French: Dermatology outside Borders)
DHFDépannage Hôtellerie et Froid (French: Troubleshooting Hotels and Cold)
DHFDépannage Hydraulique Flexibles (French: Troubleshooting Hydraulic Hose)
DHFDescending Hypothalamic Fibers (neuroscience)
DHFDomaine des Hautes Fagnes (Belgium hotel)
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During the systematic review, we focused on two risks of severe dengue during secondary infection, including the conditional risk of symptomatic illness and the conditional risk of DHF (inclusive of DSS), both given DENV infection.
The DHF AFDS software can be applied, not only to ATC systems, but also to other kinds of critical airport systems and processes such as Baggage Handling Systems, Aircraft Ground Support Equipment, Building Management Systems, Power Supply, and Security Systems
4) Between 250,000 and 500,000 cases of DHF occur annually and 24,000 result in death.
Looking first at the most accessible laboratory and clinical data points, they found that increased concentrations of IL-10, reduced platelet counts and, to a slightly lesser extent, reduced lymphocyte counts are major informative features of DHF - accurately predicting the disease in 86 percent of cases.
A feature of the epidemiology of dengue in Sri Lanka was the lack of DHF in the early 1980s and the increase in the number of severe dengue cases since 1989, more so after 2000.
A total of 128 patients were admitted with features of DHF during the study period; 109 (85%) were admitted during monsoon seasons.
Only one other case of DHF with such a presentation exists in the literature.
Reemergence of dengue virus type-3 (subtype-III) in India: Implications for increased incidence of DHF and DSS.
The idea that DHF might be involved in a plausible biosynthetic pathway to sugars (via a decarboxylative conversion to glycolaldehyde which aldolizes to sugars) dates back about as far as work on the formose reaction, but the experiments proved otherwise, causing DHF to fall from focus.
DHF cases have been reported since 1994 when DENV-2 was identified.
Though the silent circulation of DENV in nearby districts of Coimbatore, Erode (14) and Vellore (15) were reported, the occurrence of DHF has been noticed for the first time in Tirupur town.