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ITBInstitut Teknologi Bandung (Indonesian: Bandung Institute of Technology; Indonesia)
ITBIn The Beginning
ITBIn The Business (aka in the business service industry)
ITBInvitation To Bid
ITBIliotibial Band
ITBIntention to Buy (market research)
ITBIn The Bag
ITBIn the Butt (medical)
ITBIndividual Throttle Bodies
ITBIn the Buff (various organizations)
ITBInstitut Technique de Banque (French: Technical Institute of Banking)
ITBInstruction to Bidder
ITBInfantry Training Battalion
ITBInstitute of Technology Blanchardstown (Ireland)
ITBInside the Beltline
ITBIntrathecal Baclofen Therapy
ITBIntermediate Transmission Block
ITBIn the Box
ITBInformation Technology Branch
ITBInside The Beltway (Washington, DC)
ITBInstytut Techniki Budowlanej (Poland)
ITBIt's the Bomb
ITBIndustry Training Board (various organizations)
ITBIndustrial and Technological Benefits (military procurement; Canada)
ITBInformation Technology Building (various locations)
ITBInternational Terminal Building (Canada)
ITBIntegrated Tug and Barge
ITBInternationale Tourismusbörse (German)
ITBIrish Tourist Board
ITBInfectious Tracheobronchitis (aka Kennel Cough)
ITBIstituto di Tecnologie Biomediche
ITBIntegrated Test Bed
ITBIntermediate Text Block
ITBBandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia
ITBInsecticide-Treated Bednet
ITBInvigorating Thai Business
ITBInstitute of Tropical Biology (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam)
ITBInstitute of Tropical Biology
ITBIsraeli Test Bed
ITBInsurance Technical Bureau
ITBInternational Travel and Business (trade show)
ITBIraqi Training Brigade
ITBIndependent Tank Battalion
ITBInternational Time Bureau
ITBInterturbine Burner (gas turbine engines)
ITBImdlawn Tashlhiyt Dialect of Berber
ITBIce, Tea, and Bread (restaurant term)
ITBInland Tug and Barge
ITBIn-Transit Buffer
References in periodicals archive ?
Insecticide-treated bednets and curtains for preventing malaria; 2004.
Distribution of insecticide-treated bednets during an integrated nationwide immunization campaign--Togo, West Africa, December 2004.
The objective of the study was to assess the social, economic and demographic determinants of household possession of at least one insecticide-treated bednet in Cambodia.
A follow-up SIA, initially scheduled for July 2005, was postponed to 2006 to include concurrent distribution of long-lasting insecticide-treated bednets (LLINs).
National malaria control efforts in Kenya, as in most African countries, focus on case management and the use of insecticide-treated bednets (7).
The netting used in this study for the control treatment and hand insecticide-treated bednets was made by Siam Dutch Netting Company (Bangkok, Thailand), and is made of 100% polyester, 100 denier, with mesh of 156 holes/[cm.
In coordination with a supplemental immunization activity (SIA) distributing OPV, long-lasting insecticide-treated bednets (ITNs) [dagger] for malaria prevention were provided free of charge to mothers of children aged <5 years.