NRHNorth Richland Hills (Texas)
NRHNodular Regenerative Hyperplasia (liver disease)
NRHNational Rehabilitation Hospital (Washington, DC)
NRHNero Cdrom Hybrid
NRHNational Referral Hospital (various locations)
NRHNathaniel Rochester Hall (Rochester Institute of Technology)
NRHNew Register House (Scotland, UK)
NRHNortheast Rehabilitation Hospital
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NRHNon-Flammable Ration Heater
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His stay in the NRH has been extended until June, and, after that, the family is fundraising to secure a place for him in a rehabilitation unit in the UK, because there are no other rehab facilities in Ireland.
"Sean could do with being there for another year but unfortunately you only get a certain amount of time so after the NRH we have to fund his rehabilitation in the UK."
Dr Madigele pointed out that there was a time where there was a communication with NRH for sending samples for chemistry to them and they were agreeing provided Boteti DHMT sent a lab technician to run the samples as they were short-staffed.
A second interpretation of the liver biopsy noted mild venous outflow obstruction and possibly Nodular Regenerative Hyperplasia (NRH, Figures 3 and 4).
All malnourished pediatric patients who had been admitted to inpatient pediatric ward of NRH from November 2015 to April 2017 and fulfilled inclusion criteria were included in this study.
Available information on the nutritional changes when native rice husk (NRH) is fermented with fungus at different periods is limited.
Boutin, "NRH:quinone reductase 2: an enzyme of surprises and mysteries," Biochemical Pharmacology, vol.
The National Referral Hospital (NRH) in Honiara evaluated fecal samples from inpatients and outpatients who had diarrheal illness.