IHE


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IHE

Abbreviation for:
infantile haemangioendothelioma
Institute of Hospital Engineering 
International Health Exchange
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From clear observations, Emeritus Professor El Anatsui least expected what unfolded at Ihe Nsukka.
This makes IHE 19 the biggest hospitality exposition in South Asia till date.
The report issued by the group of specialists inspired IHE initiatives all around the world, based on the belief that the implementation of IHE principles could improve job satisfaction, increase the public's appreciation of the health team and enhance effectiveness in the meeting of health demands.
Theoretically, the P2P IHE method can be applied to both amorphous polymer and crystalline polymer.
A team of highly experienced sales and service personnel from IHE, along with representatives from the manufacturers, were present
"This tender was won by a joint effort between IHE and Bobcat, involving our staff in Dubai and Doosan Bobcat management including Jose Cuadrado, vice president for compact equipment - EMEA, who was part of our team which visited ONEIC prior to winning the order."
* Acquisition and capture: The IHE Web-Based Image Capture (WIC) profile provides a simple, lightweight, mobile-friendly mechanism to encode and send captured images, videos, and evidence documents from the capture device to the platform's image manager so that these objects can be easily integrated into the rest of the imaging workflow.
Smart pump programming and auto-documentation is supported by Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE), an initiative by healthcare professionals and the industry to improve the way computer systems in healthcare share information.
Multilateral development finance institution, the Africa Finance Corporation (AFC), has signed a joint development agreement with Ivoire Hydro Energy SA (IHE), an Ivorian project development company, to develop the 44MW Singrobo hydropower plant.
Intermittent hypoxic exposure (IHE) is a relatively safe, no-invasive, no-pharmacological method enhancing performance, using the adaptive changes to decreased oxygen content in air [6].