HCGSHubbard Center for Genome Studies (est. 2001; University of New Hampshire)
HCGSHenry County Genealogical Services (Indiana)
HCGSHelpful Critical Guy Syndrome (Scott Adams)
HCGSHope Creek Generating Station
HCGSHarrison County Genealogical Society (Woodbine, IA)
HCGSHighlands County Genealogical Society (Florida)
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The functionality of the ST is then assessed through the measurement of hCG released in the supernatant (Cocquebert et al.
Conclusion: Based on our results AY- hCG is as effective as ultrasound in confirming a successful medically induced abortion in early pregnancy but it should be used as supplements to clinical assessments.
Third, for each groom-income category, a LCG would need, on average, higher monthly income than a MCG to receive as many responses as a HCG would receive from HCR.
The baseline utilization and expenditure data for each mandate are drawn primarily from the Milliman HCGs. The HCGs are a health care pricing tool used by actuaries in many of the major health plans in the United States.
The aim of this study was whether the ratio of serum/curettage material hCG could provide us with reliable and early diagnosis in distinguishing miscarriage and ectopic pregnancies and also to measure the diagnostic accuracy rate of this method.
Because the levels of hCG did not rise (exceeding 1000 mU/ml) past day 4, the perinatologist could not exclude ectopic pregnancy because of the gestational sac not being generally visible.
On day 4, they have to get a beta human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) test.
The availability of 24-hour endovaginal ultrasound and human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) testing was assumed.