CABM

AcronymDefinition
CABMCenter for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine
CABMCertified Associate Business Manager
CABMCollege of Agribusiness Management (India)
CABMCanadian Automated Bank Machines, Inc. (British Columbia, Canada)
CABMCoupled Atmosphere Biosphere Model (climatology)
CABMCommunity-Acquired Bacterial Meningitis
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* Primary: To compare parenteral AC and ROC concentrations administered as 2 g 12-hourly in plasma/CSF of adults with CABM.
Male and female patients [greater than or equal to]18 years of age were eligible if they had confirmed CABM. Patients were excluded if: (i) they had received ceftriaxone <48 hours before admission; (ii) a second antibiotic (except vancomycin) was anticipated to be required; (iii) there was hypersensitivity to [beta]-lactam antibiotics; (iv) there was any concurrent systemic disease, other than HIV/AIDS; (v) there was severe renal impairment (creatinine clearance <30 ml/min); (vi) the pathogen was resistant to ceftriaxone; (vii) foreign bodies or anatomical defects that predisposed patients to meningitis were present; (viii) the meningitis was mycobacterial, viral, fungal or parasitic; or (ix) the patient was pregnant.
Laboratory confirmation of CABM remains a challenge due to the fastidious nature of many of the organisms; as a result negative cultures are common.
As a complement to the theory guide published as volume one, this study aid provides 2,000 multiple choice questions for practice and self-assessment before taking the certified associate business manager (CABM) exam.
El consumo de alimento de balaceado en materia seca (CABMS) se determino diariamente de acuerdo a los tratamientos en estudio mediante la diferencia entre las cantidades de alimento ofrecido y residuo (g).
Los mayores CABMS (P<0.01) se registraron en los tratamientos T0, T2, T3, y T1 (48.34; 45.85; 45.16 y 44.16 g MS animal-1 d-1, respectivamente).
En esta investigacion el consumo de balanceado fue inferior a lo reportado por Forte y Fernandez (1999), quienes al utilizar la morera (Morus alba) en la alimentacion de cuyes en crecimiento evaluaron los siguientes tratamientos: T1 = 30 g concentrado + 50 g forraje morera; T2 = 20 g concentrado + 100 g forraje morera y T3 = 15 g concentrado + 150 g forraje morera, con valores de CABMS (53.00, 52.60 y 52.60 g [animal.sup.-1] [d.sup.-1], respectivamente).