SBED

AcronymDefinition
SBEDSociedade Brasileira para o Estudo da Dor
SBEDSmall Business Economic Development (loan program; Alaska)
SBEDSociété Belge d'Endoscopie Digestive
SBEDSerial Bit Error Detector
SBEDBit-Bit Error Detector/Detection
SBEDSaskatoon Board of Education (Saskatchewan, Canada)
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"Projects like SBED support growth in the low carbon economy and encourage innovation, which, in turn, help create jobs and build a strong economy."
SBED will closely monitor the construction, implementation and real-life performance of the demonstration systems, disseminating best practice to the wider industry.
Phil Jones, SBED project director, Cardiff University, said: "Renewable energy technologies for generating both thermal and electrical energy can be fully integrated as part of the external construction of a building, providing a more cost effective and aesthetically pleasing solution compared to the usual 'bolt on' approach.
The aim of the present study is to investigate whether obese presurgery patients categorized with BED or with SBED have different mental and physical HRQoL in SF-12 (MCS and PCS) compared to obese presurgery patients without eating disorders or SBED.
Patients categorized with BED or with SBED will show significantly lower mental quality health-related quality of life than those who have no ED and no SBED.
Patients categorized with BED or with SBED will show significantly different physical quality health-related quality of life than those who have no ED and no SBED.
Patients who lacked one criterion from the DSM-IV binge eating disorder were included in the subdiagnostic binge eating disorder (SBED) group.
The main comparison of the present study is between the categories BED and SBED and those without ED or SBED.
The researchers found that lifetime prevalence rates of AN, BN, BED, SAN, and SBED were 0.3 percent, 0.9 percent, 1.6 percent, 0.8 percent, and 2.5 percent, respectively; and the 12-month prevalence rates of AN, BN, BED, and SBED were 0.2 percent, 0.6 percent, 0.9 percent, and 1.1 percent, respectively.
Regarding lifetime prevalence estimates, there were no sex differences in the prevalence of AN or SBED, whereas BN, BED, and SAN were more prevalent in girls.
The majority of respondents with an eating disorder met criteria for at least 1 other lifetime DSM-IV disorder (classification of mental disorders) assessed in this study across the lifetime, with 55.2 percent, 88.0 percent, 83.5 percent, 79.8 percent, and 70.1 percent of adolescents with AN, BN, BED, SAN, and SBED, respectively, endorsing 1 or more co-existing psychiatric disorders.
Among adolescents with 12-month AN, BN, BED, and SBED, 97.1 percent, 78.0 percent, 62.6 percent, and 34.6 percent, respectively, reported impairment in the past 12 months; 24.2 percent, 10.7 percent, 8.7 percent, and 2.8 percent, respectively, reported severe impairment.