Definitions for "CHT"
Certified Hypnotherapist/Hypnotist
Certified Hand Therapist
acronym for Certified Hypnotherapist.
(combined hormonal therapy): the use of more than one variety of hormone therapy; especially the use of LHRH analogs (e.g., Lupron®, Zoladex®) to block the production of testosterone by the testes, plus antiandrogens (e.g., Casodex® (bicalutamide), Eulexin® (flutamide), Anandron® (nilutamide), or Androcur® (cyproterone)) to compete with DHT and with T (testosterone) for cell androgen receptors thereby depriving cancer cells of DHT and T needed for growth; also referred to as CHB, MAB, TAB; the preferred term is ADT
combined hormonal therapy or treatment (see maximal androgen deprivation).
See Cylinder Head Temperature.
Cylinder Head Temperature. Temperature measured either inside the casting of the cylinder head by means of a hole under the lower spark plug (when provided) or measured by means of a round thermocouple sensor located under the spark plug.
Cylinder Head Temperature Gauge
Canada Health Transfer. Effective April 1, 2004, the CHST was restructured into two new transfers, the Canada Health Transfer (CHT) and the Canada Social Transfer (CST). The CHT supports the Government of Canada’s ongoing commitment to maintain the national criteria and conditions of the Canada Health Act. The CST is a block fund in support of post-secondary education, social assistance and social services. It provides provinces and territories with the flexibility to allocate funds among social programs according to their respective priorities.