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APH

Abbreviation for:
acetylphenylhydrazine
acid phosphatase
aged-persons’ home (Medspeak-UK) 
alcohol-positive history
alkaline phosphatase
antepartum haemorrhage
anterior pituitary hormone
anterior pituitary hypoplasia
aphasia
Association of Private Hospitals
Association of Public Health (Medspeak-UK)
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APH experts evaluated four different integration companies on 25 criteria, including ease of mapping, metadata management, data validation, scalability and financial stability of the vendor.
March 30, 2010 – AXA SA, AXA APH and NAB reach a framework agreement in which NAB would acquire 100% of AXA APH and sell the Asia business to AXA retaining the Australian and New Zealand businesses.
Under the terms of the proposal, AXA APH minority shareholders will have the option to receive either cash of A$6.
Observation of APH surfaces after the tubes had corroded through revealed that the corrosion encompassed the tubes of the lower packet of the air inflow section of APH.
We're giving away a pre-flight night at any APH airport hotel in the UK plus airport car parking for up to 15 days while you're on holiday.
APH Mortgage will offer competitive loan products, interest rates and services including zero-down-payment loans and a variety of fixed- and adjustable-rate options.
APH can use similar technology for everything from car sales to local advertising.
The PURE technology format of HaemoCer(TM) APH contains no human or animal components, and is resorbed within days.
APH enhances the already available crop insurance policy by allowing producers to exclude a low crop yield year, under certain circumstances, when establishing insurance guarantees.
This year APH also celebrates its 32nd year as a retailer and operator of pre-booked airport parking and travel extras.
The competition watchdog in April opposed the bank's proposal to acquire the Australian and New Zealand businesses in AXA APH.
The independent directors of AXA APH have agreed to recommend NAB's bid to shareholders subject to conditions including regulatory approval.