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CBVConfederação Brasileira de Voleibol (Portuguese: Brazilian Volleyball Confederation)
CBVCerebral Blood Volume
CBVCapillary Blood Volume
CBVCentral Blood Volume
CBVCall by Value
CBVClass-Based View (Django)
CBVCanasta Básica Vital (Spanish: Vital Edge Pack; Guatemala)
CBVCommunity Based Volunteer (various organizations)
CBVChartered Business Valuator (accounting designation)
CBVCalibrated Balancing Valve (HVAC device)
CBVCoups et Blessures Volontaires (French: Malicious Wounding)
CBVCoban, Guatemala (Airport code)
CBVConseil des Bourses de Valeurs (French: Board of Stock Exchanges)
CBVCirculating Blood Volume
CBVCentre de Beauté Vénus (French: Venus Beauty Center; Sainte-Terre, France)
CBVCompressor Bypass Valve
CBVCandles by Victoria (Van, TX)
CBVCuerpo de Bomberos Voluntarios (Guatemalan Fire Department)
CBVCombat Breacher Vehicle
CBVCompagnie Belge de Ventilateurs (French: Belgian Fan Company; Belgium)
CBVCabin Bleed Valve
CBVClub Badminton Vienne (French: Vienne Badminton Club; Vienne, France)
CBVCounterbalance-Valve (load control valve)
CBVContainment Building Ventilation
CBVClub de Badminton Villeneuvois (French: Villeneuvois Badminton Club; Villeneuve- Tolosane, France)
CBVCuerpo Bomberos Valparaíso (Spanish; Valparaiso Fire Corps; Valparaíso, Chile)
CBVCommerce Bretagne Veaux (French: Brittany Calf Trade; Plouigneau, France)
CBVClub de Badminton de Verberie (French: Verberie Badminton Club; Verberie, France)
CBVCycle-Based Verification
CBVCerebellum Vermis
CBVClub Bouliste de Villefranche (French: Villefranche Bowling Club; Villefranche-sur- Saône, France)
CBVCentre de Basse Vision (French: Low Vision Center)
CBVConcept Burning Volt (online forum)
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In addition, the study confirmed the acquisition of an adequate capillary blood volume required for glucose monitoring in a diabetic population.
Since capillary blood volume is small, there were some instances in which insufficient blood volume remained to complete the test for EP.
In this case, theta is a constant, relating erythrocyte conductance to capillary blood volume. As such, it is the rate of test gas uptake by whole blood.