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UFHUnder Floor Heating
UFHUniversity of Fort Hare (Alice, South Africa)
UFHUnwanted Facial Hair
UFHUsual Forms of Handling (customs)
UFHUnfractioned Heparin
UFHUnion Française de l'Hélicoptère (French: French Helicopter Union)
UFHUnidirectional Flow Hood (pharmaceutical manufacturing)
UFHUnidentified Flying Humanoid
UFHUncoordinated Frequency Hopping (computer science)
UFHUnion Francophone des Handicapés (French: Francophone Union of the Disabled; Belgium)
UFHUltra-light Field Howitzer
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(54.) Folwaczny C, Wiebecke B, Loeschke K: Unfractioned heparin in the therapy of patients with highly active inflammatory bowel disease.
They state that in patients undergoing major general and urological surgery, IPC followed by above knee graduated elastic compression stockings can be substituted for unfractioned heparin or low molecular weight heparin when these agents are contraindicated.
Unfractioned heparin (UFH) is administered subcutaneously or intravenously.
The practice guideline of the Dutch College of General Practitioners does not recommend any specific treatment, but a recently published guideline of the American College of Chest Physicians advocates the use of an intermediate dosage of unfractioned heparin or low molecular-weight heparin for at least 4 weeks--they based this conclusion, however, on an unclear risk/benefit ratio.