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Acronym References

What is HAP ?
Hospital-Acquired Pneumonia
Hospital-acquired pneumonia (HAP) or nosocomial pneumonia refers to any pneumonia contracted by a patient in a hospital at least 48–72 hours after being admitted. It is thus distinguished from community-acquired pneumonia. It is usually caused by a bacterial infection, rather than a virus....
What is MDMA ?
Ecstasy (MDMA) pharmacological group of amphetamines and Amen is. 've Di've in public, people more with the name Ecstasy (EX, or XTC) be known. MDMA, increases the liberation of "serotonin" and "dopamine" and "noradrenaline" in the synapse and inhibit the reuptake of them.[3] the tablet, the X joy, it is amazing, and the feeling of intimacy with others, to bring the anxiety the person reduces. The manufacturer of this tablet Alexander American English, that it was in the year 1976 for the treatment of some mental disorders, had made....
What is CPT ?
Current Procedural Terminology
Terminology, measures, Medical, Common that medical codes raised by the Medical Association of America is and services of medical, surgical and diagnostic describes...
What is GHRH ?
Growth hormone releasing hormone
Growth hormon releasing hormon...
What is HRS ?
Hepatorenal Syndrome
Syndrome (often abbreviated HRS) is a medical condition is life-threatening, that the deterioration of rapid kidney function in people with cirrhosis or failure, a full liver to be formed.

HRS usually is fatal, unless a liver transplant done, although treatments such as dialysis can be from the progression of the disease to prevent.

HRS can be in patients with cirrhosis, hepatitis, severe alcoholic, or liver failure, impact, and usually when that happens liver function quickly because of the insult of a sudden, such as infection, bleeding, in the gastrointestinal tract, or excessive use of drugs urinary get worse.