HTN

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AcronymDefinition
HTNHigh Blood Pressure
HTNHypertension
HTNHypotension
HTNHeroes of the Nation (Redding, CA)
HTNHistotechnology (program of study)
HTNHierarchical Task Network
HTNHair Transplant Network
HTNHealth Thru Nutrition (est. 1993)
HTNHammonton (Amtrak station code; Hammonton, NJ)
HTNHughes Television Network
HTNHealthy Teen Network (Baltimore, MD)
HTNHigh-Tech Network (various locations)
HTNHelp the Needy
HTNHospitality Training Network (Sydney, Australia)
HTNHarmonic Termination Network (electrical engineering)
HTNHealth Transaction Network Inc. (Canada)
HTNHome Theatre Network
HTNHarvest The Net
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An anatomical pathologist from Romania, Musat developed techniques and tools to advance the science of histotechnology, a foundational part of cancer diagnostics.
Can we send medical technologists for histotechnology training?
Histotechnology laboratories are a major gap in many African countries, which prevents many people from getting the diagnosis and treatment they need.
It also operates a hospital-based school of nursing and schools of medical technology, cytotechnology, and histotechnology.
Katoh, "Rapid fixation and immunofluorescent staining of cultured cells using microwave irradiation," Journal of Histotechnology, vol.
Laboratory methods in histotechnology (Armed Forces Institute of Pathology).
and within that science, histotechnology "centers on the detection of tissue abnormalities and treatment for the diseases causing the abnormalities.
Dako, an Agilent Technologies company and a worldwide provider of cancer diagnostics, is a sponsor of this year's National Society for Histotechnology (NSH) Symposium.
I was fortunate to have an appointment as a full time Professor of Histotechnology at a technical university in South Florida.
As such, it is imperative that HTLs are adequately educated in the theory as well as the practice of histotechnology.
These include AABB, AACC, American Association of Pathology Assistants, American College of Microbiology, American Society for Cytopathology, American Society for Hematology, CLMA, and National Society for Histotechnology.
Also moving into MIF #3 are the Interservice Cytotechnology Program and the Interservice Histotechnology Program.