NBAS


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical.
Related to NBAS: Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale
AcronymDefinition
NBASNeonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale
NBASNational Biosurveillance Advisory Subcommittee
NBASNational Bloodhound Association of Switzerland (Widen, Switzerland)
NBASNarva Business Advisory Services (est. 1993; Narva, Estonia)
NBASNorth Bucks Archaeological Society (UK)
NBASNorwegian Business Association Singapore
References in periodicals archive ?
Since the time it was first published, the NBAS has been used in hundreds of studies to examine the effects of a wide range of pre- and perinatal variables.
1988, Multiple linear Both MDI and PDI North Carolina, regression per 1 ppm, results reported as USA adjusted for maternal regression age, race, education, coefficients, standard occupation, smoking, errors, and two-sided drinking, infant's p-values sex, gestational age, birth weight, head circumference, jaundice, duration of breast-feeding, number of older siblings, abnormal reflexes on NBAS age of testing, and center/examiner Koopman-Esseboom et Multiple linear Result for MDI al.
None of the other contaminants that were assessed (DDE, HCB, MeHg, or lead) were related to NBAS performance.
The NBAS is used by pediatricians around the world to measure, evaluate and understand infant development.