FQSFédération des Québécois de Souche (French: Quebec Family Federation; Quebec, Canada)
FQSForensic Quality Services (Clearwater, FL)
FQSFirst Quarter Storm (Phillipine period of intensified activism in early 1970)
FQSfixed-quantity system
FQSFront Quadrant Swimming
FQSFlight Qualified System
FQSFare Quote Server (flight fare database)
FQSFuel Quantity Solenoid (Automotive industry)
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Fluoroquinolones (FQs): The recorded results in Table 2 and Fig.
Initially, the student activists of the FQS did sing 'Blowing in the Wind,' 'The Times They Are a-Changin'' and other songs by protest-era Dylan, but as attitudes hardened with government repression, these were soon replaced by 'Bangon' (The Internationale) and other Filipino revolutionary anthems at the barricades.
More recently, these warnings have been extended to include a potential risk for aortic dissection, with an increased risk from a baseline of 9/100 000 to 300/100 000, and a recommendation that the FQs should be avoided in patients at risk of an aortic aneurysm, including the elderly and those with peripheral vascular disease, uncontrolled hypertension, vasculitic syndromes and diseases such as Marfan's and Ehlers-Danlos syndromes.
FQs and rifaximin are also choices that can be used to treat severe, nondysenteric TD (both weak recommendations, moderate LOE).
enoxacin, fleroxacin, levofloxacin), others being employed in both human and veterinary medicine (Figure 1B-C) while some specific FQs are only for veterinary use (Figure 2A-C) [2].
Ciprofloxacin (CFX), which is one of the second-generated groups of synthetic FQs, can exhibit greater intrinsic antibacterial activity and make a broader antibacterial spectrum.
The liquid formulations of fluoroquinolones (FQs) such as norfloxacin and nalidixic acid are manufactured by only two pharmaceutical companies (Table 1).
Multiple regression analysis indicated that the number of FQs was related to TIRD and this was independently associated with the GDS.
FQs employ their antibacterial effect by preventing bacterial DNA from unwinding and duplicating which takes place by inhibition of bacterial topoisomerase and gyrase.