OUH

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AcronymDefinition
OUHOxford University Hospital (primary care trust; UK)
OUHOdense University Hospital (Denmark)
OUHOkayama University Hospital (Japan)
OUHOil Unit Heater
OUHOffline Unit Hours
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linen and clothing for odense university hospital in odense, svendborg and nyborg incl.
Funders included the Region of Southern Denmark, the University of Southern Denmark, the Odense University Hospital research board, and the Aase and Ejnar Danielsens Foundation.
He underwent emergency surgery to remove the air gun pellet at Odense University Hospital after the incident in his native Denmark, and was soon in theatre again to relieve a build-up of fluid on his brain.
A 63-year-old man with diabetes and end-stage kidney failure had been receiving maintenance hemodialysis in the outpatient clinic at Odense University Hospital in Odense, Denmark, since 1997.
1) Department of Nephrology, Odense University Hospital and Institute of Clinical Research, University of Southern Denmark, 5000 Odense C, Denmark
8 Department of Oncology, Odense University Hospital, Odense 5000, Denmark.
We have sent samples from the five for testing and hope to get the results this afternoon," chief physician Svend Stenvang Petersen of Odense University Hospital said.
Participants for arterial tissue studies were recruited from patients undergoing artery bypass graft surgery at Skejby and Odense University Hospital.
Elklit and Daniel N Ditlevsen, from the University of Southern Denmark and Odense University Hospital, Denmark, collected data from 6,548 participants in previous Danish or Nordic PTSD and found that the total prevalence of PTSD was 21.
Santax Medico A/S has won a contract for X-ray devices from the purchasing unit of the Odense university hospital.
In Funen, Ole Kronborg and his team at Odense University Hospital studied 30,966 people who had not been tested and 30,967 people who had.
Denmark's Odense University Hospital acquisition driven by ALARA policy of reducing radiation dose