FNBS

AcronymDefinition
FNBSFédération Nationale des Boulangers du Sénégal (French: National Federation of Bakers of Senegal)
FNBSFirst National Building Society (Ireland)
FNBSFriday Night Bible Study (religion)
FNBSFirst National Bank of Suffield (Connecticut)
FNBSFirst National Bank of Sachse (Texas)
FNBSFirst National Bank of the South (South Carolina)
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What if instead of appealing the PCL, it waited for the FNBS or the WDL, will its appeal to the CTA be still considered on time?
Thus, issuance of PCL and FNBS is now a thing of the past.
Mediastinal lesions are not freely accessible for routine biopsy techniques of fine needle aspiration (FNA) or Needle core biopsy (FNB).
A Transforming Care at the Bedside model was used to decrease falls in the femoral nerve block (FNB) patient population on a 32-bed orthopedic/neurologic unit in a community hospital setting.
Seventeen RCTs including 1309 patients were identified comparing femoral nerve blockade (FNB) with systemic opioids (4-7), continuous epidural analgesia (CEA) (8,9), peripheral nerve blocks (10,11), intrathecal morphine (12) and local infiltration analgesia (LIA) techniques (13,14).
Implemented in 2008 to actively manage and provide preventative and supportive services to positively influence the emotional, physical and social environment for employees, FNB says its Employee Wellness Programme has had a positive impact on the performance and productivity of all its employees.
These findings differ from both Fournier (6) and Biboulet's (7) studies with single shot femoral nerve block (FNB).
These patients underwent unilateral lower limb surgery and received sciatic nerve blockade (SNB) in addition to either femoral nerve blockade (FNB) or lumbar plexus block (LPB).