BWC

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BWCBureau of Workers Compensation
BWCBrunswick (Bowdoin college Amtrak station code; Brunswick, ME)
BWCBradford White Corporation (Ambler, PA)
BWCBeauty Without Cruelty (skin care product company)
BWCBiological Weapons Convention
BWCBody-Worn Camera (US DOJ)
BWCBecause We Care
BWCBaltimore-Washington Conference (United Methodist Church)
BWCBig West Conference (est. 1969; athletic conference)
BWCBandwidth Controller
BWCBureau of Working Conditions (Philippines)
BWCBuy With Confidence
BWCBishop Wisecarver Corporation (California)
BWCBest Workplaces for Commuters (EPA/DOT program promoting commuting efficiency)
BWCBaldwin-Wallace College
BWCBerkeley Water Center (University of California, Berkeley)
BWCBlackberry Web Client
BWCBelden Wire & Cable
BWCBretton Woods Committee (international economic cooperation)
BWCBandwidth Control
BWCBusiness Writing Center
BWCBandwidth Compression
BWCBaha’i World Center (Haifa)
BWCBill Waggoner Crew
BWCBoston Winter Conference (Boston, MA)
BWCBartlesville Wesleyan College (Bartlesville, OK, USA)
BWCBattle Watch Captain
BWCBird Watch Condition (aviation)
BWCBrain Water Content
BWCBaltic Writers' Council
BWCBonded Wine Cellar
BWCBluegrass Whippet Club
BWCChannel Bandwidth
BWCBody Weight Circuit (exercise regimen)
BWCBarracuda WebConsulting (Vienna, Austria)
BWCBowel Wall Circumference
BWCBackward Wave Converter
BWCBoat Wave Commander
BWCBattlewave Commander
BWCBubblegum World Championship
BWCBerlin Winter Camp
BWCBeijing Women's Conference
BWCBatch Wage Change
BWCBridge Within Memory Cell
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Further detection of the brain water content confirmed that brain edema was the most serious at 3 days post-bTBI.
In addition, BCA at 20 [micro]g/kg did not have an effect on sham rats in brain water content, neurological function scores, and spatial learning and cognitive memory ability.
The brain water content of the injured hemisphere was also significantly increased at 48 h post-TBI, pretreatment with FGF2 could attenuate this increase (P <0.05, Figure 1(c)).
An increase of brain water content by 1% will result in a CT attenuation decrease of 2.5 HU.
The measurements of the brain water content of the normal and the ischemic hemispheres of all experimental groups were shown in Figure 5(d).
Brain Water Content. The brain water content measurement was performed as previously reported [31].
To further explore the potential neuroprotective effects of HIF-1a after ischemia and reperfusion, brain water content, neurological deficit scores, pathological changes of brain, and apoptosis of nerve cells were analyzed.
Quantification of Brain Water Content. The swelling of ischemic brain tissue was evaluated by examination of brain water content according to the wet-dry method [18].
The water content of both hemispheres was determined using the following equation: brain water content (%) = (wet weight - dry weight) x 100/wet weight.
Brain Water Content. Twenty-four hours after TBI, mouse brains were removed and placed on a cooled brain matrix.