FHT


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FHT

Abbreviation for fetal heart tones , under tone.
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The KCMO-HD's mandatory FHT program consisted of a two-hour lecture with slides conducted at the health department offices.
In 2008, KCMO-HD requested that its FHT program be evaluated, particularly with regard to the program's influence on rates of critical and noncritical violations found during routine inspection.
Computer files containing all routine food establishment inspection data for two time periods were received from the health department: the four years before the implementation of FHT (2001-2004) and the three years after (2005-2007).
Violations related to food handler behaviors were the ones of greatest interest for evaluating the FHT program.
Analyses compared the overall rates of food handler-related violations and control violations found during routine inspections before (2001-2004) and after (2005-2007) the implementation of FHT.
A subset analysis focused only on food establishments continuously in business before and after FHT.
Once violation rates were determined for each food handler-related category and for controls, differences in rates before and after the implementation of mandatory FHT were calculated.
2% after the implementation of FHT, a statistically significant decrease, while control violations decreased 29.
Rates of critical violations relevant to food handlers both before and after the implementation of FHT are seen in Tables 1 and 2.
The PrimaCare FHT would occupy a 10,500-square foot section on the second floor along with a 3,250-square-foot optometry office.
But he did say that the PrimaCare FHT wanted new concessions when it came to paying the county its development charges, building permit fees and other money.
The FHT first came to the county in 2005 when the province had big plans and promises of government funding to make family health teams the standard of care for health services across Ontario.