See also: gh, .gh, ȝ, and

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GH

  1. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Ghana.
  2. (metrology) Symbol for gigahenry, an SI unit of electrical inductance equal to 109 henrys.

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GH

  1. (medicine, biochemistry) Initialism of growth hormone.
  2. (medicine) Initialism of general hospital.
    • 2000, Michael Lavan, “Facilities for Ambulatory Surgery. Part A: The Freestanding Ambulatory Surgery Center”, in H. Randolph Bailey; Michael J. Snyder, editors, Ambulatory Anorectal Surgery, Springer, →ISBN, page 1:
      The ambulatory surgery center (ASC) differs from the general hospital (GH) in several respects. [] The ASC has many advantages over the GH facility, some of which are financial and others related to patient flow and satisfaction. Clearly, a facility that has a limited purpose and scope can eliminate many services and costs that are necessary in the GH.

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GH (not comparable)

  1. (anatomy, medicine) Initialism of glenohumeral.
    GH joint

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GH

  1. (television) Initialism of General Hospital, an American daytime television medical drama first aired in 1963.

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GH m

  1. (law) Initialism of Gerichtshof.

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