PPBC

AcronymDefinition
PPBCPatient Perception of Bladder Condition (questionnaires)
PPBCPark Place Business Center (Nairobi, Kenya)
PPBCPikes Peak Blues Community (est. 2003)
PPBCParkway Place Baptist Church (Little Rock, AR)
PPBCPlanning Program Budget Committee
PPBCParts per Billion Concentration
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least a two-point decrease in PPBC score, were similar between groups
The PPBC is a single-item tool to assess perception of bladder condition in patients with OAB.
The validation of the patient perception of bladder condition (PPBC): A single-item global measure for patients with overactive bladder.
During the welding process, a commercial available rod of PPBC as well as the weld area was heated by both convection and conduction as hot air flows at 60 ml/min at three different temperatures (230, 245, and 260[degrees]C).
The plateau values achieved by TN samples were always lower than that reached by neat PPBC. There are two reasons that can explain these results: (i) the level of incomplete fusion that the joints underwent for each welding temperature as shown in Fig.
There were also significant changes to all PROs; scores for the UDI-6, ICIQ, and PPBC all significantly improved after injections.
PPBC, School Committee and/or Board of Selectmen in comprehensive format, at project milestones.
Categorical data (PPBC) were evaluated using a Cochran Mantel-Haenszel test stratified by pooled center.
In both symptom duration-based subgroups, approximately half of the patients experienced moderate bladder-related problems at baseline as measured by PPBC, and approximately one-quarter experienced severe problems, with no clinically meaningful differences between groups; other clinical characteristics were also similar between groups.
Subjective improvement was also noticed with mean PPBC scores decreasing from 4.4 (SD ± 0.7) at baseline to 1.8 (SD ± 0.7; p < 0.0001) at the end point (Table 4) (Fig.
1.: Patient Perception of Bladder Condition (PPBC) scores at pre-study washout and at study end.
In this study, there was no significant difference reported in the primary endpoint of Patient Perception of Bladder Condition (PPBC).