BZS


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AcronymDefinition
BZSBarisal Zilla School (Bangladesh)
BZSBannayan Zonana Syndrome (human disorder; est. 1971)
BZSBasic Zinc Sulfate (metallurgy)
BZSBritain Zimbabwe Society (UK)
BZSBermuda Zoological Society
BZSBadmintonska Zveza Slovenije (badminton club, Slovenia)
BZSBeat Zimmermann Spiez (engineering firm; Spiez, Switzerland)
BZSBowling Zveza Slovenije (Slovenian: Bowling Federation of Slovenia)
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Offer Share (Comprising a Nominal Value of Bzs 100, premium of Bzs
Since IPO, the aggregate level of dividend paid amounts to 237 bzs per share compared to 215 bzs as projected in the IPO prospectus, on the basis of a nominal value of 100 bzs/share after the stock split.
Reduced expressions of [gamma]2 subunit in stressed animals result in decreased binding of BZs and increased anxiety level.
The dangers of BZ abuse are particularly evident in Florida, where BZs were the second most common drug present in decedents (after ethyl alcohol), and were found to play a causal role (mostly in combination with other drugs) in the second highest number of deaths which includes both intentional and unintentional deaths (after Oxycodone) (Florida Department of Law Enforcement 2011).
This class of drugs selectively binds to the BZ omega-1 site within the GABAA receptor to produce sedation but with minimal anticonvulsant and muscle relaxant action compared to the BZs. These drugs are considered to be preferable to the BZs by the VA/DOD CPG [12] as a second-line treatment for PTSD-related insomnia because of their shorter half-life, slower development of tolerance, lower risk for withdrawal reactions, and lower risk for dependence.
Based on several meta-analyses and other findings summarizing the extant literatures for benzodiazepines (BZs), benzodiazepine receptor agonists (BZRAs), and cognitive-behavioural therapy for insomnia (CBT-I), the NIH State of the Science Conference (7), concluded that BZRAs and CBT-I are effective to treat insomnia in the short-term with relatively benign side effect profiles and that CBT-I has more durable effects when active treatment is discontinued.
Welcome Air, a small regional carrier based in Innsbruck and owned by Swiss Lions Air Group AG, is in the process of taking over Air Alps, an independent Austrian regional that is 76 percent owned by BZS Holding, a consortium of several Italian companies.
Previous research has shown that prior test experience concedes the anxiolytic effect of benzodiazepines (BZs) in either rats or mice, which are submitted to the Elevated Plus Maze (EPM) animal model of anxiety.
New from Boschert, the leading manufacturer of safety chucks, is the Boschert Constant Tension System, BZS 3.
Antidepressants are increasingly being used in long-term care residents for three reasons: (1) to treat depression or depressive symptoms, which might be seen in 30% or more of residents and can be an early indication of dementia; (2) to treat anxiety, depressive symptoms and agitation in early to midstage dementia; and (3) to replace or allow tapering of anti-anxiety agents called benzodiazepines (BZs).
Three German companies - the mobile phone network operator E-Plus, the processing service provider for cashless and card payments BZS Gesellschaft fur Zahlungssysteme and the software developer MATERNA - have partnered with the international consulting company Accenture (formerly Andersen Consulting) to form a joint venture.