DHC

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DHCDark Horse Comics
DHCDihydrocodeine
DHCDistrict Heating and Cooling
DHCDance Hall Crashers (band)
DHCDrop Head Coupe (automobile with convertible top; principally UK)
DHCDynein Heavy Chain
DHCDiscovery Health Channel
DHCDance Heritage Coalition (Washington, DC)
DHCDeHavilland Canada (aircraft)
DHCDetroit Housing Commission (Detroit, MI)
DHCDeputy High Commissioner
DHCDynamic Host Control
DHCDepartment of Canadian Heritage
DHCDeputy Humanitarian Coordinator
DHCDihydrochalcone (sugar substitute)
DHCDiocese of the Holy Cross
DHCDestination Handling Charge
DHCDuty Honor Country
DHCData Handling Center
DHCDry-Hole Cost (oil exploration)
DHCDelayed Hyper Combo (gaming)
DHCDivision of Habitat Conservation
DHCDexter Hanley College (University of Scranton)
DHCData Handling Computer
DHCDisposable Heroes Clan (gaming)
DHCDynamic Huffman Coding
DHCDisaster Housing Checkwriter (FEMA)
DHCDeck Hatch Closed
DHCDelta High Coordinator
DHCDigitized Historical Collection
DHCDavidson Hotel Company (Memphis, TN)
DHCDijon Hockey Club (France)
DHCDaigaku Honyaku Center (Japanese manufacturer)
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He said this led to her undergoing physiotherapy and being prescribed dihydrocodeine.
It was a post-mortem blood test which revealed that she had the adult pain killer dihydrocodeine (DHC) in her system.
Miller, 36, of Marlene Croft, Chelmsley Wood, also admitted stealing a bottle containing dihydrocodeine and temazepam tablets, but pleaded not guilty to possessing the two drugs.
Individual consumptions of NSAIDs (expressed as mg-equivalents of diclofenac), paracetamol and dihydrocodeine were low (see webpage) and declined during the surveillance.
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) said it was asking manufacturers of painkillers containing codeine and dihydrocodeine to voluntarily update labelling and patient information leaflets.
Mild/moderate pain calls for an opioid (codeine, dihydrocodeine, hydrocodone, or oxycodone), often with a nonopioid.
Ingredients to be wary of include codeine, dihydrocodeine, morphine and extract of opium.
Most contain aspirin, paracetamol or ibuprofen, and these three main ingredients may be used alone or in combination with caffeine, codeine or dihydrocodeine.
The product combines Acetaminophen and Caffeine with the narcotic analgesic Dihydrocodeine, representing a safe and effective therapy for the treatment of mild to moderate pain.
It is believed that around 150 tablets of dihydrocodeine were stolen.
A post-mortem found the cause of death was dihydrocodeine poisoning and drowning.