FBDS

AcronymDefinition
FBDSFarm Business Development Scheme (Scotland, UK)
FBDSFast, Brave, Decisive, Simple (business motto)
FBDSFirst Baptist Day School (Tennessee and California)
FBDSFixed Base Data Station
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Taken together, the GG syndromal pattern may contribute to the suspicion of ALE, rooted in anti-LGI1 antibodies localized to the nondominant temporal lobe, prior to the start of FBDS, expediting the diagnosis and preventing the accumulation of disability.
Abbreviations tGSH: Total glutathione GSSG: Oxidized glutathione MDA: Malondialdehyde GSH-Px: Glutathione peroxidase HCV: Hepatitis C virus HIV-1: Human immunodeficiency virus-1 FBDs: Former blood donors DCs: Dendritic cells NRTIs: Nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors NNRTIs: Nonnucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors ALT: Alanine aminotransferase AST: Aspartate aminotransferase [gamma]-GT: [gamma]-Glutamyl transpeptidase APRI: Aspartate aminotransferase to platelet ratio index FIB-4: Fibrosis index based on four factors ESLD: End-stage liver disease HAART: Highly active antiretroviral therapy.
Evaluation of a Natural Sketch Interface for Truss FBDs and Analysis.
of estimating the global burden of foodborne diseases (FBD), foster international development and global health security, actively engage with current research conducted on FBD, and open new channels for technical cooperation among WHO member states, bi/multi-lateral scientific media.
* Assembling, appraising and reporting on the current and the projected, as well as the averted burden of FBD estimates
Foodborne diseases (FBD) have posed growing public health threats and caused economic impacts to many countries during the past three decades.
Lack of intensive FBD surveillance often hampers measuring the magnitude of impacts of FBD on public health, which is particularly true in developing countries.
The FBDS provides variable grant assistance of up to 50pc for farmers and their immediate families who wish to either diversify or expand an existing diversified business.
NFUS vice-president Bob Howat said: "Off-farm income has been crucial to many businesses over the last few years and schemes like FBDS can give farmers and their families an important step-up into diversification.
Furthermore, the distribution of bloating was estimated in the IBS, IBS subtype, CUD, FC, GERD, and FBD groups.
The prevalence of assessed FGIDs in the SEPAHAN study was as follows: IBS (21.5%), IBS-C (7.3%), IBS-D (4.3%), IBS-M (4.1%), IBS-U (5.8%), FC (15.3%), FD (15.2%), GERD (23.5%), and FBD (56.5%).
Several different approaches to formalize PLC programs have been presented in (Bani Younis & Frey, 2003), but a few works have been performed for FBD programs.