MOB

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MOBMobilization/Mobilize/Mobility
MOBMonster (Everquest slang)
MOBMobile (gaming)
MOBMobile Phone
MOBMother of the Bride
MOBMobility
MOBManagement of Business (Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination)
MOBMaison Ossature Bois (French: Wood Frame House)
MOBMedical Office Building
MOBMember of the Board
MOBMission of Burma (band)
MOBMake or Break
MOBMacedonian Opera and Ballet
MOBMail Order Bride
MOBMen of Business (music group)
MOBMorbidly Obese
MOBMonths on Book (finance)
MOBMemorandum of Bailment
MOBMagyar Olimpiai Bizottság (Hungarian: Hungarian Olympic Comittee)
MOBMemory Order Buffer
MOBManaged Object Browser
MOBManaged Object Broker
MOBMedia Object
MOBMinistry of Burlesque (est. 2000)
MOBMan Over Board
MOBMedical Oncology Branch (National Cancer Institute)
MOBMarching Owl Band (Rice University, Houston, TX)
MOBMarks on Belt (Xerox)
MOBMobile Object
MOBMain Operating Base
MOBMonth of Birth
MOBMinority Owned Business
MOBMain Operations Base (US DoD)
MOBMother of the Baby
MOBMake or Buy
MOBMoney Over Bitches (Tupac Shakur)
MOBMind Own Business
MOBMinnesota Organization of Bloggers
MOBMovable Object Block (computer graphics)
MOBMothers Opposing Bush
MOBMiserable Old Bugger (UK)
MOBMeals on Board (travel industry)
MOBMaintenance of Benefits
MOBMobile Operating Business
MOBMission on Blast Clothing (est. 2003)
MOBMember of Bloods (gang)
MOBMail-Order Buyer
MOBMobile, AL, USA - Mobile Municipal (Airport Code)
MOBMunicipals Over Bonds (Index)
MOBMaintenance of Business
MOBMiddle of Book (aka the well; magazine publishing)
MOBMonster or Beast (gaming, MMORPG)
MOBMotor Outbound (oil and gas industry)
MOBMissile Order of Battle
MOBMean Old Bastards (gaming clan)
MOBMethod of Build
MOBManagement Oversight Board
MOBMonster Owners Belgium
MOBMouvement pour l'Organisation de la Bretagne (French: Movement for the Organization of Britain; est. 1957)
MOBMoose on Bikes (Motorcycle Club)
MOBMobile Off-shore Base
MOBMighty Owl Band (Garland HS, Texas)
MOBMaryland Old Boys (Rugby Union Football Club, Maryland)
MOBMaritime Order of Battle
MOBMain Office Box (US Postal Service)
MOBMain Optical Bench
MOBMint Out of Box
MOBMartin, Ockerman & Brabant (law firm)
MOBManagement Operation Bridge
MOBMoney Order Branch (various nations)
MOBMultimedia Outlet Box
MOBMiscellaneous Objectives Bureau (Fiction, James Bond)
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We successfully conducted a GA to a morbidly obese bronchospasm patient.
After adjustment for age, ethnicity, and smoking status, the competing hazard ratios for experiencing a cardiovascular disease event compared to a noncardiovascular disease death were greater in the higher-BMI categories, and the greatest among morbidly obese middle-aged men and women, largely because of a greater proportion of coronary heart disease and heart failure events.
are For the morbidly obese, the risk of Type 2 diabetes soars by 12, of sleep apnoea by 22 - and they are 50 per cent more likely to die prematurely.
For the morbidly obese the risk of Type 2 diabetes soars by 12, of sleep apnoea by 22, and they are 50% more likely to die prematurely.
In 1993, when the survey began, just 1% of women were classed as morbidly obese, according the data from NHS Digital.
Underweight patients represented 4.0% and the morbidly obese (obesity class III) 3.8% of the surgical cases.
In 2015, 4% of adults in Scotland, 3% in England and 3% in Wales were classed as morbidly obese. This will rise to 5% in Scotland, 8% in England and 11% in Wales by 2035, according to the analysis.
Their results suggest that by 2035, five per cent of people in Scotland will be morbidly obese, while eight per cent of people in England will be.
Obese patients (BMI > 30) had a younger onset age than nonobese patients, and morbidly obese patients (BMI > 40) had an even younger onset age (see Table 2 & Figure 1).
Compared to the healthy group, both EM and CM patients had a similar trend; they were less likely to be overweight, obese, and morbidly obese; while when compared with that in EM patients, the proportion of overweight, obese, and morbidly obese in CM patients was significantly higher (P < 0.05).
and its gastric vest system, a medical device developed for weight loss in morbidly obese patients, the company said.
Results: Of the 2,366 patients, 830(35.1%) had normal body mass index, 1,024(43.3%) were overweight, 402(16.9%)were obese and 110(4.6%) were morbidly obese. The overall mean age was 55.82+-9.58 years.