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TAHTough As Hell
TAHTotal Abdominal Hysterectomy
TAHTotal Academic Headcount (MathWorks)
TAHTeaching American History (grant program)
TAHTrack and Hold
TAHTurbo Assembler Help
TAHTotal Artificial Heart
TAHThree Apples High
TAHTrading After Hours (stock exchange)
TAHTake A Hike
TAHTarget Area Hazard
TAHTake A Hint
TAHTrust for America's Health
TAHTemperature Alarm High
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The Total Artificial Heart (TAH) has four mechanical valves that work similar to the heart valves to control blood flow and it replaces the lower chambers of the human heart.
TAH: total abdominal hysterectomy, BSO: bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, LSO: left salpingo-oophorectomy, RSO: right salpingo-oophorectomy, POM: partial omentectomy, P LN: pelvic lymphadenectomy, PAN: para-aortic lymphadenectomy, NED: no evidence of disease, DOD: dead of disease.
Out of which 123 (66%) patients underwent hysterectomy and were included in the study; 52 (42%) had VH and 71 (58%) had TAH.
All the bladder injuries during TAH and CS were repaired by abdominal route (Table 4).
In Africa the TAH group has a presence in Egypt, Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Niger and Eritrea.
A consultancy practice of over 30 years' standing, TAH specialise in Business Intelligence and advising clients on using their data as a more effective business asset.
[18] right ovary Present None Endometrium 3 case Authors [reference Initial Initial number] examinations diagnosis Treatment Ober [1] NM NM TAH NM NM TAH, BS O NM NM TAH, BS O NM NM TAH, BS O Zaloudek NM NM TAH, BSO and Norris [2] NM Carcinosarcoma TAH, BSO, radiation NM NM TAH, BSO NM NM TAH, BSO NM NM TAH, BSO NM NM TAH, BSO NM NM TAH, BSO Altaras Biopsy Adenofibroma TAH, BSO et al.
Why has total abdominal hysterectomy (TAH) remained the dominant route of hysterectomy for generations?
SynCardia Systems, Inc., Tucson, AZ, announced the FDA has approved a Humanitarian Use Device (HUD) designation for the SynCardia temporary Total Artificial Heart (TAH) to be used for destination therapy in addition to its current Premarket Approval (PMA) approval as a bridge to transplant.
The purpose of this paper is to describe the total artificial heart (TAH) device as a bridge to heart transplantation, and related physical therapy (PT) management, while comparisons to left ventricular assist devices (LVAD) are made.
Accordingly, TAH will own 51% of the system, form a JV company with the Ugandan and Kenyan government entities to operate it for 20 years before surrendering ownership to them.