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HHD

abbr. Latin
Humanitatum Doctor (Doctor of Humanities)

hhd

abbr.
hogshead
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hhd

abbreviation for
1. (Units) hogshead
2. (Brewing) hogshead
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hhd

hogshead.

HH.D.

Doctor of Humanities.
[Latin humanitatum Doctor]
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Meanwhile, HHD opens the door for real estate developers to compete over managing the company's portfolio of assets and land.
Dialyzing at home, Nieltje experienced a scary moment that she refers to as her "baptism" into HHD. One day, due to a large hematoma, she was not sure where to place the needles, so the HHD nurse came out to her home and placed them.
In the muscle strength measurements of the patients with chronic lateral epicondylitis carried out with HHD, it was found that there was a moderate negative correlation between the shoulder extensor, elbow flexor, elbow supinator, and wrist extensor muscle strengths and LEFS scores (p<0.05, Table 2).
[30.] Reiter M, Walf VM, Christians A, Pfaffl MW, Meyer HHD. Modification of mRNA expression after treatment with anabolic agents and the usefulness for gene expression-biomarkers.
This largely positive evidence and the small but growing number of patients undergoing HHD therapy have brought attention to Medicare's "thrice-weekly" payment policy, which is applied likewise to IHD and HHD.
It should be emphasized that CHB may be a rare consequence in HHD which requires permanent pacemaker regardless of cardiomyopathy stage or severity of symptoms.
During 2002-2014, a total of 650 human WNV cases were reported to HCPH and HHD (online Technical Appendix Table 1, https://www.nc.cdc.gov/EID/article/23/ 8/17-0384-Techapp1.pdf), including 35 deaths (case-fatality rate 5.4%).
In comparison to nocturnal HHD, INHD is performed for extended hours but only three times per week, resulting in an increased dialysis dose, but with no increase in the frequency of dialysis sessions.
Despite its advantages, reports on HHD reproducibility and repeatability were controversial [15-18].
Hailey-Hailey disease (HHD; MIM 169600) is a rare chronic autosomal dominant skin disorder resulting from a mutation in APT2C1, which codes for a Ca2+/Mn2+ ATPase protein (hSPCA1) in the Golgi apparatus.
The system's LED indicators are available for convenient monitoring of power, HHD, and LAN activity.