STHS


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AcronymDefinition
STHSSt.Thomas High School
STHSSydney Technical High School (Sydney, Australia)
STHSSanta Teresa High School (San Jose, CA)
STHSSpringfield Township High School (Erdenheim, PA)
STHSSusquehanna Township High School
STHSSussex Tech High School (Georgetown, Delaware)
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mansoni in faecal samples, and not other helminths such as the soil-transmitted helminths (STH), which often co-occur with S.
[3] Studies done on soil-transmitted helminths (STHs) in the Philippines showed a cumulative prevalence rate of 33.2% in Compostela Valley, 51.6% in Quezon City, 67% in Negros Occidental, 77% in Nueva Ecija, and more than 70% in Western Visayas.
We used data from surveys 1-3 to determine epidemiologic changes in STHs and clonorchiasis over time in Hengxian County.
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histolytica were the most prevalent pathogenic intestinal protozoa, while STHs were less common among these rural children.
The discovery and ESR characterization of the STHs are extensively discussed in [15, 16], so most of the details will not be reprised here.
We realize that there are very different segments of STHs, and technology and data are allowing us to tap into these differences while also getting to know our STH's likes and dislikes.
STHs, and specifically Ascaris, were identified more commonly in diarrhoeal stool samples, with a mean of 3.7 (SD 2.5) times in diarrhoeal stools versus 3.3 (SD 2.4) times in non-diarrhoeal stools (p<0.002).
Jordan Asher, MD, is physician network executive at Saint Thomas Health Services (STHS) in Nashville, Tenn.
STHS does not use any organisms or biofermentation, due to its exclusive pharmaceutical batch process.
Thus, assessment of IPIs, mainly STHs (soil transmitted helminths), among PTB suspected patients is important for proper management of the patients.