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HIE

Abbreviation for health information exchange

euglycemia

(ū″glī″sē′mē-ă) [ eu- + glycemia]
A normal concentration of glucose in the blood.

hyperinsulinemic euglycemia

Abbreviation: HIE
A treatment for beta blocker and/or calcium channel blocker overdose in which 1–10 units of insulin (per kg of body weight) are given intravenously with a simultaneous infusion of glucose.

hyperinsulinemic euglycemia

Abbreviation: HIE
A treatment for beta blocker and/or calcium channel blocker overdose in which 1–10 units of insulin (per kg of body weight) are given intravenously with a simultaneous infusion of glucose.
See also: euglycemia
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Table 1: Descriptive Statistics VARIABLE MEAN FIRE HIED (N=52) (N=50) Gender (% of Males) 39% 60% Education * 1.
The French government hied to quash the insurrection mounted in August 1791 by the slaves of the northern plain of Saint-Domingue, which marked the beginning of the long war of Haitian independence (1791 -- 1804).
In contrast, post returns for Arizona military garrisons,(11) together with Webb's (1939) chronicle of cavalry engagements, provide a different casualty tally for 1869-1870: 127 Apache women, children, and men were Hied and two Apaches were wounded; no non-Indian casualties are noted.
He hied himself back to Washington, from which vantage point he hailed Dole's alternately pretentious and plodding address as a masterpiece of eloquence.
APPENDIX DEFINITIONS OF THE VARIABLES STATE92 Dummy variable for whether enterprise was state-owned in 1992 PAYRATE Earnings per hour (rubles) COMP Average monthly compensation (rubles) HIED Dummy for whether the union leader had higher education AGE Age of union leader AGESQ AGE*AGE GENDER 0 = male, 1 = female CPNEVER Dummy for whether respondent was ever a member of the Communist Party CPCUR Dummy for whether respondent is currently a member of the Communist Party (or a successor body) EXCP For those who were (are) in the Communist Party, a dummy for whether they have quit the party.
In 1887, having hied herself to New York, she became the first female "stunt reporter.
When he wrote a song, he hied to tell a story about the things he saw and the way he understood them.
Among the reviewers is the Commerce Department, whose secretary, Ron Brown, hied to last year's Paris Air Show - the international arms bazaar - to promote U.
In America they were left, in 1940, with the Guggenheim family (the nephew of Solomon Guggenheim of art collections and 5th Avenue museum fame) who 'adopted' them for the duration of World War II, while Patrick's mother hied off to Africa to reunite with his father in Gen.
This isn't my typical Thursday breakfast hangout, but Lorenzo Rudolf is in town to scope out the Art Fair across the street at The Link, and having just arrived fresh off his fifth successful execution of Art Stage Singapore, it was necessary to find a way to catch the founder and director before he hied off again.
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