qh

(redirected from q.h.)
Also found in: Medical.

q.h.

(in prescriptions) each hour; every hour.
[< Latin quāque hōrā]
Random House Kernerman Webster's College Dictionary, © 2010 K Dictionaries Ltd. Copyright 2005, 1997, 1991 by Random House, Inc. All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Author contributions: Concept - A.H.; Design - W.A.; Supervision - A.H.; Resource - Q.H.; Materials - W.U.; Data Collection and/or Processing - Q.H.; Analysis and/or Interpretation - W.A.; Literature Search - W.A.; Writing - W.A.; Critical Reviews - A.H., W.U.
Our approach closely follows Gasmi, Laffont, and Voung's in their soft-drink industry study (Gasmi, F., Laffont, J.J., Voung Q.H. European Economic Review, 1990).
(13) Huang, Q.H. (2011) Retrospective investigation of geophysical data possibly associated with the Ms8.0 Wenchuan earthquake in Sichuan China.
(17) Han, P., Hattori, K., Huang, Q.H., Hirano, T., Ishiguro, Y., Yoshino, C.
She will succeed Harry Q.H. Lee, who will retire from Northrop Grumman at the end of 2014.
Chan, S.H., Lam, K.H., Li, Y.M., Xll, Li., Tang, KJ., Lam, EL, Lo, W.H., Yu, W.Y., Fan, Q.H., Chan, A.S.C., 2007.
Indoor air specialists Olli Seppanen of the Helsinki University of Technology and William Fisk and Q.H. Lei of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory are not the first to establish a link between work performance and ventilation--for several decades, researchers have seen an association between an inadequate supply of outdoor air and discomfort and illness among building occupants.
Gong, Q.H., Wu, Q., Huang, X.N., Sun, A.S., Shi, J.S., 2005.