CCBS

AcronymDefinition
CCBSCisco Catalyst Blade Switch (software)
CCBSCustomer Care and Billing Solutions
CCBSCenter for Civilian Biodefense Studies (Johns Hopkins University; Maryland)
CCBSCharacter and Creature Building System (Lego Hero Factory)
CCBSCompletion of Calls to Busy Subscribers
CCBSClimate, Community and Biodiversity Standard
CCBSCustomer Care and Billing System
CCBSCommittee on Capacity Building in Science
CCBSCall Completion on Busy Subscriber
CCBSCapitol City Bird Society
CCBSCentre for Clinical Brain Sciences (UK)
CCBSClear Channel Broadcasting Service
CCBSClose Cover Before Striking (matchbook covers)
CCBSCenter for Chinese Business Studies (Hong Kong)
CCBSChildren's Core for Biomedical Statistics (Seattle, WA)
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[7] Many of these prescription drugs form part of the essential drugs list, such as CCBs.
In wireline, external revenue increased by 5.9 per cent driven by data services revenue growth of 12 per cent, reflecting higher customer care and business services (CCBS) revenues due to increased business volumes from expanded services for existing customers as well as customer growth, increased Internet and enhanced data service revenues from higher revenue per customer and continued Internet subscriber growth, increased TELUS Health revenues driven by business acquisitions and expanded services for existing customers, revenues from our home and business smart technology (including security) service offerings and increased TELUS TV revenues from subscriber growth.
GUJRAT -- The Anti -Corruption Establishment has booked three officers of the defunct Tehsil Municipal Administration (now Municipal Corporation) and a chairman of a Citizen Community Board (CCB) for allegedly causing a loss of Rs9.9 million to the national exchequer by not executing some approved schemes many years ago.
(23, 24) Patients with multivessel CAS have the following characteristics: 1) most of them have angiographically normal coronary arteries, 2) they are resistant to treatment, often require larger amounts of CCBs to suppress attacks, and often recur on cessation of the drugs, 3) they are more likely to have lethal arrhythmias such as ventricular tachycardia or ventricular fibrillation and are more likely to suffer from sudden death.
From this angle, it can be said that employees may adopt a defensive stance and, thus, be drawn into silence behaviors to cope with performance of CCBs. From another perspective, in traditional Chinese culture protecting harmony, abiding by social norms and authority, and self-protection are values that are emphasized, and direct retaliation is not advocated.
The efficacy of CCBs in maintaining optimal BP levels and thereby preventing cardiovascular and renal complications of HTN makes them an excellent class of antihypertensive drugs.
Among males receiving CCBs, only the anxiety (p=0.025) and depression (p=0.019) scores were statistically significantly higher.
After adjustment for age, ethnicity, body mass index, smoking status, diabetes history, and use of ?-blockers, angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors, or diuretics, ever users of CCBs had increased risk of pancreatic cancer (hazard ratio, 1.33).
Blood pressure medications were categorized as ACE inhibitors (n = 4,609), [beta]-blockers (n = 4,243), diuretics (n = 5,054), CCBs (n = 3,387), ARBs (n = 2,279), and others (alpha blockers, renin inhibitors, and vasodilators, n = 974).
Management options in chylous ascites include discontinuing offending medications (CCBs), altering the diet to predominantly medium chain triglycerides (MCT), somatostatin analogues (they increase splanchnic arteriolar resistance and decrease lymph flow) [11], and instituting total parenteral nutrition (TPN).
In this case-control study of older people using prospectively collected data, we found that the commonly prescribed antihypertensive therapies included angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors (ACEIs), CCBs, angiotensin receptor blockers, and beta-blockers with diuretics prescribed less frequently.