CDHA


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CDHA

Abbreviation for Canadian Dental Hygienists Association.
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Pathways to support the oral health of Canadians: The CDHA dental hygiene education agenda.
After 4 days, a homogeneous needle-like CDHA matrix covers the internal surfaces of the scaffold, Figure 5(b).
The [alpha]-TCP was used as a solid component of the CPC because of its high reactivity, and, final product of the CPC was CDHA [22-24].
CDHA 2001, Government response to the House of Representatives Inquiry into Indigenous Health--'Health is Life', Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing, Canberra, viewed 7 December 2006 <www.health.gov.au/internet/wcms/publishing.nsf/content/ health-oatsih-healthlife-index.htm/$FILE/hisl.pdf>.
Additionally, professional associations, such as CDHA, might also investigate opportunities to provide continuing education courses in this area.
However, despite their best efforts, the fact will always remain that the consensus opinion of dental and health professionals, the scientific community, and professional associations like CDHA is that CWF works, it is safe, the benefits far outweigh the risks, and the marginalized target populations welcome the help.
Calcium-deficient hydroxyapatite (CDHA) are of greater biological interests than stoichiometric HA bone mineral essentially has a CDHA structure with a Ca/P ratio of about 1.5 which is a Ca/P ratio similar to that of TCP but structurally chemically and compositionally similar to stoichiometric HA.
RDHAP email addresses were acquired from various Internet sources, i.e., publically available lists available from the Dental Hygiene Committee of California (DHCC), California Dental Hygienists' Association (CDHA), and LinkedIn.
She was invited to take part in the initial CDHA Dental Hygiene Research Agenda Workshop, then continued on the Canadian Foundation for Dental Hygiene Research and Education advisory committee.
At Capital District Health Authority (CDHA), treatment with hemodialysis, employing use of a high cut-off dialyzer, together with chemotherapy, has been used to successfully treat acute kidney failure with resulting recovery of kidney function in some instances.
Calcium deficient hydroxyapatite (CDHA, [Ca.sub.10-x] [(HP[O.sub.4]).sub.x] [(P[O.sub.4]).sub.6-x] [(OH).sub.2-x]) has attracted many researchers as natural biocrystals of bone mineral has CDHA structure with Ca/P ratio of about 1.5, which is chemically and compositionally similar to beta tricalcium phosphate (a-TCP) and structurally similar to stoichiometric hydroxyapatite (Ca/P = 1.67).