VHFS

AcronymDefinition
VHFSVery High Frequency Sonography (ultrasound)
VHFSVint Hill Farms Station
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'The VHFS is a low-cost and nature-based wastewater-treatment system, which uses a sand filter [with multiple layers of filter substrate] and reed plants [called helophytes] to treat grey and black wastewater,' the Dutch national further explained.
Before 2014, UK guidance focused on the public health response to inadvertent importation of cases of VHF on domestic aircraft (13); some US guidance existed on the use of closed isolator procedures (14).
Sales said the agency allocated at least P9 million this year to fund the construction of the VHFS in four areas, including the city-owned abattoir, an urban poor community in the city, and government-supported small and medium enterprise.
The VHF outbreaks throughout Eurasia show that an all-hazards preparedness scope must go beyond Ebola to include all VHFs due to natural vector transmission, accident, and potential intentional attacks through bioweapons.
However, as demonstrated during the current EVD outbreak, increasing interconnectedness and ease of travel render the occurrence of VHFs a possibility anywhere in the world.
IMAGES OF HUMANS infected with Ebola Virus Disease, a strain of viral hemorrhagic fever (VHF), instill public fear and panic.
Fortunately we had time to issue a Mayday with our latitude and longitude numbers on the VHF before we went down."
Cases of VHF are often first suspected or diagnosed in hospitals or clinics which lack special facilities for isolation of patients.
Marburg hemorrhagic fever (MHF) is a rare, viral hemorrhagic fever (VHF); the causative agent is an RNA virus in the family Filoviridae, and growing evidence demonstrates that fruit bats are the natural reservoir of Marburg virus (MARV) (1,2).
This conclusion is substantiated by reference to the FCC (50, 50) curves for VHF and UHF broadcasting.
Viral hemorrhagic fevers (VHFs) are caused by a group of genetically distinct zoonotic viruses, which include [greater than or equal to] 4 virus families (Filoviridae, Arenaviridae, Bunyaviridae, and Flaviviridae).
Blumberg said that the NICD had the capacity for rapid, reliable and specialised differential diagnoses of VHFs, including Ebola, which was integral to the response to any suspected case(s) that might present to SA healthcare facilities.