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HES

Abbreviation for hydroxyethylstarch.
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HES

haemolytic erythrophagocytic syndrome
hetastarch
hospital eye service
hydroxyethyl starch
hypereosinophilic syndrome
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hydroxyethyl starch

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HES

Any one of several modified starches with differing molecular weights, used as plasma volume expanders because of their colloidal properties. Examples include hetastarch and pentastarch.
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HES has said it has been requesting a dispensation to continue the safe storage of medical waste above agreed limits since January this year.
"HES has never stockpiled hundreds of tonnes of human body parts and dangerous waste at any of our sites" a statement on Friday said.
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"Our Finnish and Emirati partners recommended RAKEZ as an ideal place to set up Hes Pro Foods due to its cost-effectiveness as well as excellent transport links that allow food manufacturers to easily move products from the UAE to the rest of the region," he added.
In addition to the already mentioned advantages of using LN521, a reduction of DNA damage in hES cells cultured on LN521, compared with cultures on mouse feeder cells, has been reported as soon as after a single passage [20].
HES employs 89 people across is network of branches located in Birmingham, Durham, Gloucester and Leeds.
After extensive evaluation including endomyocardial biopsy, the patient was diagnosed of idiopathic HES.
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