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Synonyms for Hus

Czechoslovakian religious reformer who anticipated the Reformation

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According to Innofactor, it is implementing the HUS Terveyskyla project as cloud services based on the Microsoft Azure and SharePoint Online platforms.
Meanwhile, out in the parks and streets, Hus continued absorbing the hyperlocal sounds of grime and London's ridiculously deep history of Jamaican sound-system culture.
Traditionally, HUS was classified as diarrhea positive HUS (D+HUS) and diarrhea negative HUS (D-HUS) and D+HUS was considered equivalent to typical HUS and D-HUS was considered equivalent to atypical HUS.
HUS which involves many systems in the body with variants like Stx-HUS, atypical HUS, Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura, and neuraminidase associated HUS.
Though rare in children, D- HUS is an important disorder in paediatric practice due to high mortality and potential for long-term renal and non-renal morbidity.
Firm in the belief that he was a divine messenger, Hus possessed unshakable conviction that he alone understood the truth and that he alone would determine the criteria for discerning it.
Generally in this observational study, antibiotic treatment was used more commonly and HUS occurred less frequently with increasing age quartile.
Microangiopathic hemolytic anemia is one of the key features that define HUS.
dysenteriae type 1-associated infection and subsequent HUS.
In Scotland, most patients with pediatric thrombotic microangiopathy are referred to a specialist pediatric hospital, which immediately reports cases of HUS to Health Protection Scotland as part of national surveillance.
As of 10 June, 13 other European countries had reported a total of 36 HUS cases (1 fatal) and 66 EHEC cases (none fatal): 0 more HUS case and 3 more EHEC cases since the previous day.
HUS develops in up to 10% of patients infected with E.
The competition was won by a project team formed from NBBJ, the international Seattle-based firm, and two Norwegian offices, HUS and PKA.
Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole and [beta]-lactams were the agents most closely linked to HUS.
In the elderly, HUS can combine with fever and other symptoms to produce the HUS-like blood disorder thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura, with a mortality rate at high as 50%.