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AHA

 
American Heart Association; American Hospital Association.

AHA

abbr.
alpha-hydroxy acid

AHA

Abbreviation for:
acquired haemolytic anaemia
alpha hydroxy acid
anti-heart antibody
anti-histone antibody
American Hospital Association, see there
American Heart Association
Associate of The Institute of Hospital Administrators (previously Area Health Authority) (MedspeakU-KK)
autoimmune haemolytic anaemia

AHA

Abbreviation for American Hospital Association.
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'Given its limited resources and manpower, the AHA Center has extended humanitarian assistance more than it has capacity for, such as in Marawi, in the Northern Rakhine in Myanmar, in Lombok and in Laos,' Cayetano said.
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Schools receive an AHA Teaching Garden Tool Kit with useful information including a school garden manual, lesson plans, school activation ideas, and parent and community resources.
Another 2015 AHA guideline that has received great attention, is the access and early use of an Automated External Device (AED) in life saving situations.
The treatment of AHA consisted in administering methylprednisolone at 1mg/Kg, which was progressively tapered off over 6 months, together with rituximab 375mg/[m.sup.2] by intravenous route at weekly intervals for 4 consecutive weeks.
For nearly three decades, Advanced Hardware Accelerators (AHA) has been the global leader in Lossless Data Compression and Forward Error Correction and now supports full digital modem solutions and crypto acceleration technologies.
Coleman also was a member of the AHA Hall of Fame and served as a judge at the Arkansas Hospitality Association Culinary Classic competition.
American Heart Association (AHA) is in a class by itself, with more than 22 million volunteers, and annual receipts of nearly three-quarters of a million dollars.