NPHS

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AcronymDefinition
NPHSNational Population Health Survey
NPHSNational Population Health Survey (UK)
NPHSNewbury Park High School (Newbury Park, CA)
NPHSNorth Pole High School
NPHSNorth Paulding High School (Dallas, GA)
NPHSNorth Penn High School
NPHSNorth Port High School (Florida)
NPHSNorth Platte High School (Nebraska)
NPHSNorth Plainfield High School (North Plainfield, NJ)
NPHSNorthland Pines High School (Wisconsin)
NPHSNew Providence High School (New Providence, New Jersey)
NPHSNephrosis
NPHSNorth Providence High School
NPHSNew Philadelphia High School (New Philadelphia, OH)
NPHSNorth Pocono High School (Pennsylvania)
NPHSNorth Philadelphia Health Systems
NPHSNorth Putnam High School (Roachdale, IN)
NPHSNeighborhood Partnership Housing Services, Inc (Ontario, California)
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Effects of Chinese herbal medicine Huaiqihuang Granule on nephrin and podocin expressions in renal tissues of rats with adriamycin-induced nephrosis.
0 G30 Nephritis, Nephrosis, 580-583, 584-586, N00- N07, N17-N19, Nephritic Syndrome 588-589 N25-N27 Homicide 960-968, 904, 969.
This study also noted increased mortality from nephritis, nephrosis, heart failure, and brain infarction among both men and women with severely impaired tubular function.
The decrease of their content in the blood occurs in pancreatitis hypothyreosis, nephrosis, liver disease, hemolytic anemia and leukemia [8].
In nephrosis, the levels of serum AMG may increase as much as 10 times because of its large size aids in its retention.
Michael Kaback of the University of California at San Diego said Cajuns (Louisiana French-speakers) have higher rates than others for Tay-Sachs disease, while African-Americans suffer more from sickle-cell anemia, Vietnamese from thalassemia, Finns from congenital nephrosis and Northern Europeans from cystic fibrosis.
In children, ultrasound is useful as a screening examination to evaluate for hydro nephrosis, megaureter, and renal ectopia.
Renal function also is influenced by other factors, such as vascular disease, surgery, diabetes, age over 75, dehydration, heart failure, cirrhosis, or nephrosis.
For instance, students invited peers to: 1) compare the lung sounds of Client A (pneumonia), Client B (COPD), and Client C (atelectasis with chest tubes); 2) inspect and palpate the feet of two patients (one with arterial insufficiency, the other with venous problems); 3) examine and manipulate a new wound drainage system; 4) contrast the diagnostic lab data of a client undergoing alcohol detoxification with a person who exhibited Lithium toxicity on admission; or 5) assess two pediatric patients--one with nephrosis, the other with nephritis--including pertinent differences in vital signs, blood work, and urinalysis.
Mortality studies from cadmium-polluted areas in Europe and Japan have demonstrated that mortality rates for nephritis and nephrosis are higher than in control areas, although no increase in the incidence of cardiovascular deaths has been reported (27).