HTN

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AcronymDefinition
HTNHealthy Teen Network (Baltimore, MD)
HTNHelp the Needy
HTNHospitality Training Network (Sydney, Australia)
HTNHome Theatre Network
HTNHarvest The Net
HTNHigh Blood Pressure
HTNHughes Television Network
HTNHypertension
HTNHypotension
HTNHierarchical Task Network
HTNHistotechnology (program of study)
HTNHealth Transaction Network Inc. (Canada)
HTNHeroes of the Nation (Redding, CA)
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Entering direct ly into the field of histotechnology should also be a quick process for graduates of the EGG program, because upon completion of either the certificate or associate degree program.
of Forensic Paris, France Toxicologists National Society for September 29-October 1, 2002 Erie Scientific Histotechnology Long Beach, CA Lab Vision Microm Richard-Allan Scientific
Joe Myers is a board-certified clinical laboratory scientist and sales professional who currently serves as chair of the IHC Resource Group for the National Society for Histotechnology (www.
This was confirmed by a recent study conducted by the College of American Pathologists/National Society of Histotechnology.
Today there are more job openings in the field of histotechnology than there are educated people to fill them, and the U.
Lefebvre added that the system will be demonstrated at the National Society for Histotechnology meeting September 13 - 15 in Salt Lake City, and at the International Academy of Pathology convention in Nice, France, October 18 - 23.
We also donated instruments and reagents to local hospitals following a "'caring campaign" at National Society for Histotechnology (NSH), and United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP) annual meetings.
Leica will showcase their new remote support solution at the National Society for Histotechnology (NSH) Annual Conference, commencing September 10, 2006 in Phoenix, AZ.
Kerry Crabb, president of the National Society for Histotechnology (NSH) in Columbia, MD, agrees, adding, "Much of the routine H&E (hematoxylin and eosin) staining is automated now.
Histotechnology professionals play an important part in the diagnosis of illnesses and treatment of patients, and with more medical facilities available around the world, the need for well-trained histologists continues to grow.
In 2004 the National Society for Histotechnology (NSH) conducted a pilot study to gather data on specific technical and clerical tasks routinely performed in anatomic pathology laboratories and the amount of time needed to complete such tasks.