LCH

(redirected from London Chest Hospital)
AcronymDefinition
LCHLaunch
LCHLangerhans Cell Histiocytosis (medicine; immune system disorder)
LCHLong Transport Channel
LCHLight Combat Helicopter
LCHLatch
LCHLanding Craft, Heavy (vessel)
LCHLondon Clearing House
LCHLigue Canadienne de Hockey (Canadian Hockey League)
LCHLow Cost Housing (International, Ltd; Calgary, AB, Canada)
LCHLimited Criminal History (Indiana)
LCHLondon Chest Hospital (UK)
LCHLesserian Curative Hypnotherapy (UK)
LCHLove Chapel Hill (North Carolina)
LCHLake Charles, LA, USA - Municipal (Airport Code)
LCHLeydig Cell Hypoplasia
LCHLambretta Club Hellas
LCHLocally Compact Hausdorff (topological space)
LCHLow Cost Heuristic
LCHLeader Channel
LCHLeast Virtual Hop
LCHLicentiatus Chirurgiae (Licentiate In Surgery)
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His first job was at the former London Chest Hospital in Bethnal Green Road where he was deputy hospital administrator.
Choudry and his colleagues in the Department of Cardiology, London Chest Hospital (U.
The equipment is located at the London Chest Hospital, St Bartholomew~s Hospital and the Royal London Hospital.
He was "in effect dead" for 78 minutes after suffering a cardiac arrest and was later diagnosed with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) and spent weeks at the London Chest Hospital.
The trial at The London Chest Hospital, which is run by Barts Health NHS Trust, involves a minimally invasive, catheter-based procedure without the need for a general anaesthetic which places a small device known as a Rox Coupler to divert blood from an artery to a vein in the upper thigh.
Muamba has since retired from football on medical advice after he recovered at the London Chest Hospital.
RS: At the time of my post at London Chest Hospital in 1967.
Muamba, 24, collapsed on the pitch during Bolton's FA Cup quarter final against Tottenham at White Hart Lane in March and has since retired from football on medical advice after he recovered at the London Chest Hospital.
Muamba (left) collapsed on the pitch during Bolton's FA Cup quarter final against Tottenham at White Hart Lane in March and has since retired from football on medical advice after he recovered at the London Chest Hospital.
Bolton midfielder Muamba was rushed to the London Chest Hospital and doctors took 78 minutes to restart his heart following the incident at White Hart Lane, with his eventual recovery described as "a miracle".
I was really lucky because the guy said, 'You are in the process of having a heart attack'," recalled Loughran, who after the ambulance driver experienced problems with his satellite navigation system was taken to the London Chest Hospital in Bethnal Green.
He was rushed to the London Chest Hospital where medics took 78 minutes to restart his heart, with his eventual recovery described as a miracle.
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