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n. pl. ahi
Either of two types of tuna, bigeye tuna or yellowfin tuna, having edible flesh that is commonly grilled or served raw as sashimi.

[Hawaiian 'ahi.]
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(Animals) another name for yellowfin tuna
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"Ahi! Aoo!" said the deer, thinking of what it all meant to them.
Methods: We conducted a descriptive study of 155 patients (30 women and 125 men; mean age, 5212 years) who visited to the Hendek Government Hospital Sleep Laboratory between February 2011 and January 2013 Apnoea hypopnea index (AHI), mean levels of O2 (meanO2), desaturation index (DI), and minimum oxygen saturation (minO2) variations as measured using both PSG and a portable Somnocheck Micro (SM) device were compared.
The diagnosis of OSA was based on demographic, subjective (snoring, excessive daytime sleepiness, impaired intellectual and social performance), and objective criteria (AHI > 20, polysomnography [PSG], lateral cephalometry, body mass index [BMI], Epworth sleepiness scale [ESS], modified Mallampati grading [MMP]).
Although previous studies focused on retrospective evaluation of AHI symptoms in persons diagnosed with early seropositive HIV infection (8,9) or cases identified by symptom-based AHI screening, the actual proportion of persons with AHI who are symptomatic at the time of testing remains unknown.
The AHI delivery comprises roll unloading, roll sorting and grouping, axial wrapping, upender, vertical wrapping, automatic labeling, accumulation conveyors and carts.
Patients with an apnea-hypopnea index (AHI) greater than 30 had a 30 percent higher risk of developing diabetes than those with an AHI less than 5.
In analyses adjusting for known risk factors for diabetes, including age, sex, body mass index, neck circumference, smoking, income status and comorbidities at baseline, patients with an AHI greater than 30 had a 30 percent higher risk of developing diabetes than those with an AHI less than 5.
AHI was formed in 2005 with a goal to provide a more effective and efficient clinical solution to heal chronic wounds.
AHI, which was founded in 1955, owns eleven sawmills and kiln drying facilities in Virginia and throughout the Appalachian territory.
This is the newest AHI service centre in the Southeast and the first in the Atlanta market.
Post-surgical success was determined as postoperative AHI <20 and 50% reduction in AHI) (9).