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CBCSChoice Based Credit System (various universities)
CBCSCyberlink Background Capture Service
CBCSCrested Butte Community School (Crested Butte, CO)
CBCSCombat Communications Squadron
CBCSCertified Billing and Coding Specialist (National Healthcare Association)
CBCSCommercial Banking Company of Sydney (Australia)
CBCSComputer Based Conversation System
CBCSCountry Boy Can Survive
CBCSCruse Bereavement Care Scotland (UK)
CBCSCouncil Bluffs Community School District (Iowa)
CBCSChristian Bible College and Seminary
CBCSCommon Baseline Circuit Switch
CBCSChinese Bible Church of Springfield (Illinois)
CBCSCapability-based Command Security (credential-based access control system)
CBCSChevaliers Beneficient de La Cité-Sainté (French: Beneficient Knights of the Holy City)
CBCSComputer-Based Counseling System
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In this age of high-tech diagnostic tools like digital X-rays and color Doppler ultrasound, one humble test--the complete blood count (CBC)--remains at the forefront.
A CBC may seem a mysterious jumble of alphabet soup, but you can more easily understand it when you know a bit about the components of blood.
In 2005, the International Consensus Group for Hematology Review (7) published suggested criteria for action following automated complete blood cell count (CBC) and white blood cell differential analysis.
The company called on the owners and operators of foreign-registered vehicles to visit the offices of the RFA to complete the required forms, pay and obtain permits in compliance with the requirements of CBCs and MDCs when entering Namibia.
The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges & Schools, a nationally recognized accrediting agency, accredited CBC's online degree programs.
We found the CBCS, using wide bore tubes instead of Wintrobe tubes, to be as sensitive as antigen and as specific as the PS technique for the diagnosis of malaria.
The CBCs have been gathering in interfaith meetings since 1975, with representatives from all over Brazil.
"The United States Patent Office has found the claimed CBCS to be novel and non-obvious."
And the growth in deals funding was driven by the ongoing expansion of the bank's network of CBCs, which has grown to a total of 17 this year.
Robert Budliger, retired director of environmental education for DEC and co-author of Birds of New York State, cites three reasons why CBCs are important.
In 2003, House Bill (HB) 2208 mandated criminal background checks (CBCs) on all applicants for initial licensure.
Tests such as electrolytes, basic chemistries (glucose, renal, and liver function tests), CBCs, and cultures are minimal essentials needed to make objective medical decisions.