HDU

(redirected from Hemodialysis Unit)
AcronymDefinition
HDUHong Duc University (Vietnam)
HDUHigh Dependency Unit
HDUHeader and Data Unit
HDUHigh-Density Urethane
HDUHemodialysis Unit
HDUHimeji Dokkyo University (Japan)
HDUHome Dialyzors United (patient organization)
HDUHuman Development Unit (various organizations)
HDUHealth Development Unit (UK and Australia)
HDUHose Drum Unit (air to air refueling)
HDUHelmet Display Unit
HDUHard Disk Unit
HDUHarley-Davidson University (service school operated by the factory)
HDUHorizontal Drive Unit
HDUHow Dare You (Internet slang)
HDUHot Death Uno (game)
HDUHeat Dissipation Unit
HDUHose and Drogue Unit (air to air refueling)
HDUHydraulic Drive Unit
HDUHead-End Distribution Unit
HDUHazardous Device Unit
HDUHomeless Diversion Unit (New York City)
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Evaluate hemodialysis unit patient care staff knowledge before and after an educational intervention based on national guidelines for vascular access management.
Additional works related to the supply and installation of the peritoneal hemodialysis units (RO109,949).
The water supply for hemodialysis units could be contaminated with several fungal species that occur during piping into kidney machine.
The hemodialysis unit was a large, for-profit, outpatient facility treating 70-100 patients daily at 30 dialysis stations.
Organizational stakeholders essential to the success of the acute hemodialysis unit include not only entity-specific executive leadership but also organizational leadership.
The objective of this presentation is to discuss the importance of acknowledging grief that staff members in a hemodialysis unit experience when patients under their care pass away, as well as the importance of helping patient family members achieve closure after the death of a loved one.
On December 21, 2007, hospital A notified the Wyoming Department of Health of increased serum aluminum levels among patients treated in its hemodialysis unit.
The investigators conducted a retrospective analysis of all echocardiographic and right heart catheterization studies done in their outpatient hemodialysis unit from January 2000 to December 2006.
As a result, our hemodialysis unit recently switched from UFH to the low molecular weight heparin (LMWH), dalteparin.
After the leader of the provisional government visited the hemodialysis unit of the National Center of Cardiology and Therapy, the decision was made to allocate 85 million som for procurement of 25 hemodialysis machines and consumables for treatment of people with severe kidney disorders.