CBZ


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AcronymDefinition
CBZCarbobenzoxy
CBZCarbamazepine
CBZComic Book Zip (file extension)
CBZCollege Bouw Ziekenhuisvoorzieningen (Dutch: College for Hospital Design and Construction; Netherlands)
CBZCyber Boxing Zone
CBZCentrale Burgerlijke Ziekeninrichting (Dutch)
CBZCortical Border-Zone (infarction)
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Conclusion: Hyperhomocysteinemia was linked with increased risk of atherosclerosis in CBZ treated epileptic patients.
Moreover, monitoring of pregnancies on monotherapy with VPA and CBZ revealed that AED polytherapy involving VPA and CBZ with different AEDs resulted in a larger proportion of complications and adverse outcomes as compared to monotherapy with those AEDs (Table 4).
CBZ is a systemic benzimidazole fungicide, and is the main metabolite of benomyl, used to control a broad range of diseases on arable crops (cereals, oilseed rape), fruits and vegetables, and also in post-harvest food storage (Hicks, 1998).
The firm said that the app is designed to deliver convenience by providing a mobile channel for CBZ Holdings' suite of financial services.
We identified patients with partial epilepsy (simple partial epilepsy and secondary epilepsy) who were prescribed CBZ, VPA, TPM, OXC, LTG, or LEV as a monotherapy using an electronic record database in the Epilepsy Center of Chinese PLA General Hospital during the period from May 2007 to October 2014.
CBZ executive director for mortgage finance Colin Chimutsa becomes chief finance officer.
Hero Motocorp, an India-based automaker, is upgrading its CBZ X-treme and Hunk 150cc motorcycles.
At the top is a headline or caption which reads: We understand value and at the bottom is the brand name CBZ BANK LIMITED.
The investment, running into millions of United States dollars, was not only Libya's flagship investment in Zimbabwe, but helped stabilise CBZ and laid the foundation for its recovery and rapid growth that have followed since.