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HT

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for HAITI.

HT

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Haiti. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Haitian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Haiti. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Haiti. Each Haitian department has its own code with the prefix "HT." For example, the code for Nord Department is ISO 3166-2:HT-ND
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2) Duration of 19 (3 to 74) 15 (2 to 83) 11 (3 to 49) treatment (months) Number (percentage) Coronary heart disease 6 (24) 18 (28) 7 (18) Arterial hypertension 20 (80) 53 (82) 27 (68) Diabetes 2 (8) 17 (26) 3 (8) Patients using 10 (40) 33 (51) 24 (60) Simvastatin rather than Atorvastatin Patients using higher 17 (68) 32 (49) 16 (40) (40 mg/d) simvastatin equivalent dose Characteristic All p individuals values *: (n=130) Kruskal-Wallis test Age (y) 65.
Table 3: Equivalent Doses Received by the Nuclear Medicine Technologist from each Scan
n] are respective work-shift-specific estimates of equivalent doses to bone marrow in sieverts (Sv), based on personal dosimeter readings, then corresponding bone marrow absorbed radiation dose estimates [Y.
unit of equivalent dose, the rem, which is still widely used in the
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An older unit for the equivalent dose, is the rem, still often used in the United States.
By way of background, Sieverts is the SI unit for equivalent dose (H = Dx weighting factor of radiation).
Finally, EGB761 administration normalised cognitive deficits in those rats treated with an equivalent dose of corticosterone.
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