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DHFDengue Hemorrhagic Fever
DHFDengue Haemorrhagic Fever
DHFDansk Håndbold Forbund
DHFDiastolic Heart Failure (cardiology)
DHFDisable High Pass Filter
DHFDomaine des Hautes Fagnes (Belgium hotel)
DHFDolores Huerta Foundation (Bakersfield, CA)
DHFDesign History File
DHFDescending Hypothalamic Fibers (neuroscience)
DHFDai-Ichi High Frequency Co., Ltd.
DHFDépannage Hydraulique Flexibles (French hydraulic hose repair company)
DHFDermatologie Hors Frontières (French: Dermatology outside Borders)
DHFDépannage Hôtellerie et Froid (French: French commercial refrigeration company)
DHFDiluted Hydrofluoric Acid
DHFDiabetes Hands Foundation (Palo Alto, CA)
DHFDemand History File
DHFDorena-Hickman Ferry (Hickman, Kentucky)
DHFDecoupled Hartree-Fock
DHFData Handling Function
DHFAbu Dhabi Al Dhafra Military Airport (airport code)
DHFDocument History File
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This study revealed that patients with SHF had lesser emotional capacity as observed on all five factors of EI than patients with DHF. In contrast, HI had adequate emotional capacity.
The DHF that is released at the final design review prior to product launch continues to be a living file throughout the lifetime of the product.
The results--including design identification, method(s), date, and individual(s) performing the verification, must be documented in the DHF.
"Dubai has a rich history in hosting must-visit festivals that attract tourists from across the world, including the flagship DSF and DSS, and we are now incredibly proud to be unveiling the very first DHF Sale to further enhance the city's position as a leading shopping destination," he added.
Dr Manal Taryam, CEO of the Primary Healthcare Sector at the DHA and president of the forum said DHF will see 42 international speakers from global organisations such as World Bank, NASA, IBM and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Previous studies have reported lower NOx levels in DHF compared to DF; the main reason for such depletion of NOx in DHF patients might be the removal of NOx due to plasma leakage [16-18].
Elderly people are more prone to have severe form of illness as reported in study done in Taiwan.9 Another study conducted in Cuba documented that DF and DHF has increase mortality rates in extremes of ages.10 A study done in Singapore showed that dengue infection in presence of chronic illness such as chronic renal failure or chronic pulmonary obstructive disease were likely to have poor outcome.11
There was no case of DHF. Patients were admitted to hospital after a mean 4 1.7 days from onset of fever.
The DE and ME for DHF or DLF were higher (p<0.01) than the values for HF and LF, respectively while the values for DLF were higher (p<0.01) than the values for DHF and were comparable to corn.
Patients may deteriorate to severe dengue disease, including DHF and dengue shock syndrome (DSS), characterized by vascular permeability, plasma leakage, severe hemorrhage, and in some cases organ impairment and death [4-6].
Although the overall mortality rate is low, every patient carries the potential risks of developing dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF).
Our study also found that 7,8-DHF could increase the phosphorylation of AKT (Figure S2), indicating that 7.8- DHF may act as TrkB agonist in HK-2 as other cell lines.