What does CHEX mean in British Medicine?

This page is about the meanings of the acronym/abbreviation/shorthand CHEX in the Medical field in general and in the British Medicine terminology in particular.

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Chex is a brand of breakfast cereal, introduced in 1937 and currently manufactured by General Mills. It was originally owned by St. Louis, Missouri-based Ralston Purina, and the Chex name reflects the "checkerboard square" logo of Ralston Purina. The product line was part of the spinoff of the Ralston portion of Ralston Purina into Ralcorp in 1994. The product line was sold to General Mills in 1997. For many years, advertisements for the cereal featured the characters from Charles M. Schulz's Peanuts comic strip. It gains its name from the checkered pattern on the woven grain mixes of the various cereals.

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