NIHF

AcronymDefinition
NIHFNational Inventors Hall of Fame
NIHFNorthern Ireland Hotels Federation
NIHFNon-Immunologic Hydrops Fetalis
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The program features hands-on, project-based learning challenges that allow elementary students to discover what it means to be an inventor, the NIHF news release stated.
Participants will go behind the scenes to meet the NIHF Inductees responsible for the design and innovation of many of the tools found in makerspaces across the nation.
NIHF chief Janice Gault said the "well-invested hotel sector" means the region is in a great position to attract more tourist, bigger events and larger conferences.
Abbreviations CMV: Cytomegalovirus CNS: Central nervous system CP: Cortical plate, cerebral Hb: Hemoglobin HE: Hematoxylin-Eosin (staining) HF: Hydrops fetalis LSD: Lysosomal storage diseases MPS: Mucopolysaccharidosis NIHF: Nonimmune hydrops fetalis PAS: Periodic Acid-Schiff (staining) PAS-D: Periodic Acid-Schiff-diastase/amylase (staining) PCR: Polymerase chain reaction PG: Polyglucosans PGB: Polyglucosan bodies PGBD: Polyglucosan Body Disease(s)/Polyglucosan Body Disorder(s) APGBD: Adult Polyglucosan Body Disease WM: White matter, cerebral.
This is of particular concern in view of the fact that fetal anaemia is one of the treatable causes of NIHF and associated with the best prognosis if actively managed, either by urgent delivery or intrauterine transfusion.
Birdseye and 13 other innovators will be inducted in May, bringing the number of inventors to 234 who the NIHF has determined to have contributed to the welfare of mankind and promoted the progress of science and the arts.
Non-immune hydrops foetalis is mainly due to foetal causes (8) which includes sacrococcygeal teratoma, fetal adrenal neuroblastoma, thoracic malformations and the conditions associated with NIHF includes cardiomyopathy, coarctation of aorta, hypoplastic left heart, heart block, noonan syndrome, turner syndrome, parvovirus, CMV infections, mediastinal tumour, diagphragmatic hernia, fetal sacrococcygeal teratoma, fetal adrenal neuroblastoma, placental tumors, cystic hygromas, congenital nephrotic syndrome etc.
More than 100 youngsters practice every week with the club, but are unable to play competitively because the NIHF will not sanction their matches.