APBM

AcronymDefinition
APBMAssociation of Professionals in Business Management
APBMAssistant Program Budget Manager (California)
APBMAbductor Pollicis Brevis Muscle
APBMAdaptive Policy Based Management (IEEE workshop)
APBMAustralian Presbyterian Board of Missions
APBMAverage Parietal Bone Mass (bone densitometry)
APBMAdherent Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cell
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This could be attributed to selection bias, as physicians tend to request APBM for younger patients more than older patients before starting them on antihypertensive medication.
Based on awake APBM definition, masked hypertension/masked untreated hypertension were identified in 14.6% of our studied population.
Purpose: To test the ability of the APBM to predict rehabilitation intentions and adherence in individuals undertaking sport injury rehabilitation for tendonitis-related overuse injuries.
At the beginning of the rehabilitation, participants were measured on self-efficacy, self-motivation, and the primary factors of the APBM (threat appraisals, goal orientation, and attitude to the rehabilitation programme) and rehabilitation intentions.
Results: Regression analyses tested the ability of the psychosocial variables of the APBM to predict intentions, and the ability of the psycho-social variables and intentions to predict adherence.
(28,30) In this country, APBM has been approved for reimbursement by Medicare and Medicaid.
Letter to the General Secretary, APBM, Sydney and attached floor plan of mission House at Mapoon.
APBM spokesman Selwyn Rowley says: "Research by 29 of the 50 police forces in England, Scotland and Wales found only five pedestrian fatalities involving vehicles with bull bars.