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SHARP

Abbreviation for:
Sexual Health Attitude Restructuring Process

SHARP

Cardiology A clinical trial–Subcutaneous Heparin & Angioplasty Restenosis Trial that evaluated effects of high dose unfractionated heparin in preventing restenosis after PCTA in Pts with CAD. See Coronary artery disease, Heparin, Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty.

sharp

Any medical instrument with a sharp point or edge, especially an injection needle or a disposable scalpel, that, handled carelessly may inflict injury or dangerous infection on the user.
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Shares also dropped sharply in major European markets.
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The Republicans have to recognize that they cannot devalue themselves into a strong economy without running the risk of higher inflation, sharply higher interest rates, and falling house prices.
The conditions that Soviet students faced in the 1920's and 1930's were sharply different from those of their pre-Revolutionary counterparts.
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FAO said it had sharply revised down its 2002 world cereal output by 3 million tonnes to 1,878 million tonnes due to dry weather conditions in growing areas.