Franklin currently offers the ROM Card version of the Handbook on Injectable Drugs for use in Franklin's proprietary Medical Book System.
What does HID stand for?
HID stands for Handbook on Injectable Drugs
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of HID
We have 64 other meanings of HID in our Acronym Attic
- Human Interstitial Cell Stimulating Hormone
- Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
- Health Information Communication Technology (Bruges, Belgium)
- Help International College of Technology (est. 1996; Klang, Selangor, Malaysia)
- High-Iodine Computed Tomographic
- Hokkaido Information and Communication Technology Association (Japan)
- Human in Control Test Bed
- High-Current Model (bipolar transistor circuits)
- Health Information in Chinese Uniting Patients
- Hawaiian Islands Conference of Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous
- Hardware Interface Device
- Hazard Identification (NIOSH)
- Hazardous Installations Directorate (United Kingdom)
- Health Information Designs (various locations)
- Hellenic Info Destination (Greece)
- High Incidence Disabilities
- High-Intensity Discharge (automobiles lights)
- Holiday In Dixie (Shreveport, LA, USA)
- Homogeneous Isotropic Dielectric (air)
- Host Interface Device
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Franklin also has licensed the Pocket Guide to Injectable Drugs and Guidelines for Administration of Intravenous Medications to Pediatric Patients, and expects to publish those titles and the Handbook on Injectable Drugs as BOOKMAN(R) book cards.