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Abbreviation for:
eccentric hypertrophy
emotional handicap 
emotionally handicapped
employee health
endometrial hyperplasia
enlarged heart
epidermal hyperplasia
epidermolytic hyperkeratosis
epidural haematoma
epithelial hyperplasia
epithelioid hemangioendothelioma
epithelioid haemangioma
essential hypertension
extramedullary haematopoiesis
extremely high


The symbol for the oxidation-reduction (redox) potential. The redox potential is the electric potential energy needed to transfer a mole of electrons from an oxidant to a reductant. The use of catalysts to remove contaminants from water supplies during water treatment relies on measurements of the redox potential. It is usually referenced to the potential of a standard electrolytic cell.


n the symbol for oxidation-reduction potential, which is regarded as a significant factor in the protection of the body against anaerobic bacteria. The eH of living tissue of pH level 7.4 is about 0.12 volt.
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The entire system adheres to ISO 14001 standards, clearly organizing the company's EHS objectives and responsibilities.
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The regulations were based on discussions between EHS, its stakeholders, business units, clients and the engineering community.
Three contractors awards were presented to the senior representatives at the on-site ceremony, to recognise successful implementation of EHS guidelines set out by Emal with contractors judged by comprehensive EHS criteria, including the outstanding number of working hours without lost time incidents (LTI).
10 Jonathan Stone Outstanding EHS Contribution Award also was presented at this year's conference to Tom Rarick, ERM, Carmel, Ind.
By facilitating the use of shared research resources that serve the research in the mission areas of the NIEHS, investigators who are associated with EHS Core Centers will be poised to lead the field in new and important directions.
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