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HOGSHEAD. A measure of wine, oil, and the like, containing half a pipe; the fourth part of a tun, or sixty-three gallons.

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He added that the most important conditions in the prospectus are having good technical expertise in the field of real estate development and management of development companies, providing a management plan for the company during the management contract period, and finally the good solvency of the bidder to ensure the purchase of 10% of HHD.
Since patients on HHD are performing all treatments, when keeping track of vital sign trends and tracking the body's response to each treatment, the best practice is to include and regard the patient as an active, knowledgeable member of the interprofessional team.
Hand held dynamometer (HHD), is commonly used in clinic due to its simplicity and objectivity in measuring the muscle strength compared to the manual muscle test and the isometric dynamometer measuring isometric muscle strength (16).
[33.] Riedmaier I, Reiter M, Tichopad A, Pfaffl MW, Meyer HHD. The potential of bovine vaginal smear for biomarker development to trace the misuse of anabolic agents.
Home peritoneal dialysis (HPD), another alternative dialysis modality, is comparable to HHD in terms of its logistical management: patients undergo treatment at home with some nurse visitation and training support.
Demographics and attack rates of West Nile virus cases reported to HCPH and HHD, Houston/Harris County, Texas, USA, 2014 * Case-patient All Attack rate WNF, no.
* Assessed as suitable for HHD but currently unable to dialyse at home due to social reasons.
HHD strength measurements can be performed according to two methods [19]: (i) the "make test," in which the examiner holds the dynamometer stable while the subject exerts a maximal force against it, and (ii) the "break test," in which the examiner overcomes the maximum force exerted by the subject, producing a small limb movement in the opposite direction of patient's force.
Hailey-Hailey Disease (HHD: MIM 169600) was first described by Hailey brothers in 1939.1 HHD is also known as familial benign chronic pemphigus.
This model involves five enrolled nurses (ENs) delivering home haemo-dialysis (HHD) to four home-based and two rest-home-based patients in Dunedin.
In a sideways shift from the Animal Crossing RPGs we've been used to, HHD draws upon your creativity to design the perfect house, inside and out, for both old and new friends.