DBDC

AcronymDefinition
DBDCDes Bruits de Casseroles (French: Sound of Pots)
DBDCDefence Business Development Consulting (Belgium)
DBDCDouble-Bounded Dichotomous Choice
DBDCDouble Barrel Design Consultancy (London, England, UK)
DBDCDistal Bile Duct Carcinoma
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During this period, around 1,497 Emirati women have approached the Dubai Blood Donation Centre (DBDC), with some donating blood more than 30 times.
DBDC is located in the premises of Latifa Hospital and individuals interested to donate blood may contact the centre on 800 342 (800 DHA).
Poblacion: Fueron estudiados 150 caballos (Eqqus caballus), 90 caballos (78 castrados y 12 enteros) y 60 yeguas, de las razas Pura Raza Espanola (84/150), Hispano Arabe (33/150), Lusitano (19/150), Cruzados (14/150), con edades comprendidas entre 5-15 anos, todos los caballos fueron seleccionados con DBDC, con grados variables de severidad [1], en las Comunidades Autonomas de Andalucia y Extremadura, Espana, durante el periodo Enero-Marzo 2016.
Unique Front End Module design allows co-located 5GHz RF standing up to -3dBm power injection from 2.4GHz to provide non-degraded Rx sensitivity on dual-band, dual-concurrent (DBDC) implementation.
To satisfy my curiosity, I asked, "Apart from blood, what else can I donate at DBDC?" The nurse replied, "Platelets".
Humaid Al Qatami, Chairman of the Board and Director-General of DHA, kicked off the campaign by donating blood at DBDC.
Dubai: A group of Dubai residents from Kerala donated platelets through a donation campaign at the Dubai Blood Donation Centre (DBDC) on Friday.
The Dubai Blood Donation Centre (DBDC) then often asks its registered donors to come forward to donate.
Dubai: Dubai needs over 160 units of blood every day and the Dubai Blood Donation Centre (DBDC) works hard to meet this demand, a senior official said on Wednesday.
The Dubai Blood Donation Centre (DBDC) is trying to meet the high demand of blood and its units, especially O+ and O-ve blood groups, according to the head of the centre.