AABB


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AcronymDefinition
AABBAmerican Association of Blood Banks (now known simply as AABB)
AABBAxis-Aligned Bounding Box (computer graphics)
AABBAssociação Atlética Banco do Brasil (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
AABBAll About the Backstreet Boys
AABBAlcoholics Anonymous Big Book (alcohol addiction recovery essays)
AABBArizona Association of Business Brokers, Inc.
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8) Although the populations at risk of TA-GVHD have become more well defined over the years, practices in the United States regarding irradiation of cellular blood products have not been extensively studied since a 1989 AABB survey of its member institutions.
Additionally, they compared hierarchical representation based on sphere trees, AABB trees, and OBB tree.
Prior to its AABB accreditation, Harrington Hospital received transfusion service accreditation from the College of American Pathologists.
Health Street's DNA tests are analyzed in a lab certified by the AABB as well as the New York State Department of Health, Rosenthal said.
She was a charter member of the AABB committee that developed the "Quality System Essentials" that have become the backbone of the AABB's standards and accreditation programs.
It is also recognition of the achievements of the company in advancing cell therapy through its AABB accredited cord blood banking services and the out licensing of key technologies to selected institutions for clinical use.
To pick a very simple case of recursion, the earlier researchers had inserted an extra AB in the center one or more times: AABB, AAABB, and so on.
To reduce this risk, AABB (formerly the American Association of Blood Banks), adopted a new standard in March 2004 requiring member blood banks and transfusion services to implement measures to detect and limit bacterial contamination in all platelet components.
Although pH tests are an option under the AABB standard, they are less sensitive than culture-based methods.
To reduce this risk, AABB (formerly the American Association of Blood Banks), adopted a new standard in March 2004, requiring member blood banks and transfusion services to implement measures to detect and limit bacterial contamination in all platelet components.
To reduce this risk, AABB (formerly the American Association of Blood Banks) adopted a new standard on March 1, 2004, that requires member blood banks and transfusion services to implement measures to detect and limit bacterial contamination in all platelet components (3).
Initially unsure of the viability of an online career center, AABB staff analyzed what they knew about their members and the blood banking industry.