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SHARP

Abbreviation for:
Sexual Health Attitude Restructuring Process

SHARP

Cardiology A clinical trial–Subcutaneous Heparin & Angioplasty Restenosis Trial that evaluated effects of high dose unfractionated heparin in preventing restenosis after PCTA in Pts with CAD. See Coronary artery disease, Heparin, Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty.

sharp

Any medical instrument with a sharp point or edge, especially an injection needle or a disposable scalpel, that, handled carelessly may inflict injury or dangerous infection on the user.
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6 percent to 158,210 units for the second sharpest percentage point fall and the sixth straight month of decline.
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Los Angeles, housing affordability in California posted its sharpest decline in February in more than a decade, falling 11 percentage points to 32 percent.
It cut very easily and was the second sharpest, but more fiddly to clean than the standard shape cutter.
This was the sharpest increase since 1984 and means that the world elastomer industry has now grown in four of the last five years.