BBP

(redirected from Blood Borne Pathogen)
AcronymDefinition
BBPBebe Passion (French: Passion Baby; Belgian online forum)
BBPButyl Benzyl Phthalate (chemical compound)
BBPBruto Binnenlands Product (Dutch)
BBPBetter Buying Power (US DoD)
BBPBinary Backoff Procedure
BBPBauch-Beine-Po (workout)
BBPBlood Borne Pathogen
BBPBüyük Birlik Partisi (Turkish: Grand Unity Party)
BBPBest Business Plan
BBPBeyond Bullet Points (presentations)
BBPBaseband Processor
BBPBabcock & Brown Power (Australia)
BBPButylbenzylphthalate
BBPBasic Benefit Package (healthcare)
BBPBest Business Practice(s)
BBPBasketball Player
BBPBig Boy Pride (Orlando, FL)
BBPBaja Bush Pilots (Chandler, AZ)
BBPBroad Band Photometry
BBPBayport-Blue Point (New York)
BBPBudget Billing Plan (Enbridge Gas; Canada)
BBPBig Beautiful People
BBPBeerens-Business Press BV (Nederland)
BBPBusiness Blueprint for Projects
BBPBailey, Borwein, and Plouffe (mathematical series)
BBPBreak Bulk Point
BBPBetty Boop Purse (fashion)
BBPBehavior Based Performance
BBPBetter Business Presentations (Canada)
BBPBullet Background Paper
BBPBiologie et Biotechnologie des Plantes (French: Biology and Biotechnology of Plants; University of Bordeaux; Bordeaux, France)
BBPBestBridalPrices.com (Godfrey, IL; online store and bridal forum)
BBPBring Back Pluto
BBPBottleneck-Based Planning
BBPBranch-By-Purpose (configuration management model)
BBPBefore the Break Point
BBPBlack Bat Productions
BBPBalay Boinay Pierron (French architecture firm)
BBPBudgeting and Business Planning
BBPBeyond Barriers Inc (Edmonton, AB, Canada)
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Most nonwoven fabrics available for cleanroom applications have particle filtration efficiency between 94-98% meaning that the fabric allows hundreds of thousands of particles to be released into the cleanroom environment in addition to potential blood borne pathogens. PureArmor's monolithic film design stops 100% of the particles and potential blood borne pathogens.
Chi-square was used to see a difference of blood borne pathogens between age, sex, and blood groups.
The estimated risks of transmission for these 3 important Blood borne Pathogens by the occupational route in health care settings are as follows: HBV: 2- 62% (i.e., 1 per 50 to 2.2 needle-stick injuries); HCV: 3-10% (i.e., 1 per 37 to 10 needle-sticks).
Prevalence and epidemiology of blood borne pathogens in healthcare workers of Rawalpindi/Islamabad.
7 of this year were notified by letter that they may have been exposed to blood borne pathogens, such as hepatitis B, hepatitis C and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
Intended Use - BsiMax and UtiMax are rapid diagnostics tests to identify blood borne pathogens (BsiMax) and uropathogens (UtiMax) directly from patients' whole blood or fresh urine samples.
Gloves should be inspected when donned and monitored routinely throughout surgery for punctures to help ensure barrier protection against the transmission of microorganisms and blood borne pathogens to and from the surgical field.
Zakowski, we do not believe that our findings with respect to contamination by blood borne pathogens are unique to the TLA system that we use in our laboratory.
Knowledge and practice of universal precautions against blood borne pathogens amongst house officers and nurses in tertiary health institutions in Southeast Nigeria.
AFA said that all airlines need to provide specific briefings for crews on what the procedures are to contain any blood borne pathogens, report and manage a potential onboard detection of ebola, and provide universal precaution kits and other resources for all crew and potential healthcare responders on each flight.