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What is "PHR" ? - 38 meanings and definitions

What does PHR mean? The acronym PHR has 38 different meanings.

PHR stands for 38 thing(s):

  1. PHR: Al Farana Airline
  2. PHR: Parahippocampal region
  3. PHR: Parent-held record
  4. PHR: Partial hematologic remission
  5. PHR: Partial hematologic response
  6. PHR: Partial hematologic responses
  7. PHR: Partnership for Health Reform
  8. PHR: Parts per hundred resin
  9. PHR: Parts per hundred rubber
  10. PHR: Passive hemagglutination reaction
  11. PHR: Patient-held record
  13. PHR: Payload Hazardous Report
  14. PHR: Peak heart rate
  15. PHR: Peak Height Ratio
  16. PHR: Percentage hepatic replacement
  17. PHR: Personal Health Record
  18. PHR: Pharaonis halorhodopsin
  19. PHR: Phenol Red
  20. PHR: Philadelphia Rage
  22. PHR: Philosophical Review
  23. PHR: Phorbol
  24. PHR: Photoreactivity
  25. PHR: Phrase
  26. PHR: Phrenic
  27. PHR: Phrenic activity
  28. PHR: Phrenic nerve activity
  29. PHR: Physical Record
  30. PHR: Physicians for Human Rights
  31. PHR: Physics Reports
  32. PHR: Prague Hypertensive Rat
  33. PHR: Preliminary hazard review
  34. PHR: Process Hazards Review
  35. PHR: Process heat reactor
  36. PHR: Professional in Human Resources
  37. PHR: Public Health Risk
  38. PHR: Pulse-Height Resolution
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