HPA


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HPA

Abbreviation for hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (axis).

HPA

Abbreviation for:
haemangiopericytoma
Health Promotion Advisor
Health Protection Agency, see there
His-Purkinje activity
human platelet antigen
hyperphenylalaninaemia
hypertrophic pulmonary arthropathy
hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal
hypothalamic pituitary axis

HPA

Abbreviation for hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (axis).
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Earlier, the finance department had agreed to increase HPA of the doctors of both colleges.
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The company recently secured a 30year lease on a site in Johor Bahru for the proposed HPA plant.
From a regional perspective, Asia-Pacific was the largest market for HPA in 2014, accounting for approximately 60% volume share of the overall market.
With this partnership, HPA and SMPTE strengthen our collaborative work in addressing how our communities plan for the future of technology and the creative process," said Leon Silverman, HPA Board President.
The HPA said that there have been five cases confirmed in Saudi Arabia resulting in three deaths, while two patients treated in Jordan have both died.
Dr Brian McCloskey, director of the HPA for London, said: "It is important to stress that there is no risk to the general public as a result of this case or to patients and visitors at the hospital where the patient is receiving treatment.
As this is a relatively new technology, the HPA will continue to advise a precautionary approach," said Dr John Cooper, director of the HPA's centre for radiation, chemical and environmental hazards.
Over the last few months the HPA has seen an increase in cases people aged 15 to 40.
8 September 2011 - Wellspring Capital Management has taken over US refractory solutions producer Resco Products from Hancock Park Associates (HPA) for an undisclosed price, Wellspring and HPA said in a statement.
HPA epidemiologist Dr Kate Soldan said: 'A study recently carried out at the HPA demonstrates the considerable impact which genital warts has on health services in England, and suggests a large proportion of this impact could be prevented through immunisation using the quadrivalent human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine.