SCIg

AcronymDefinition
SCIgSubcutaneous Immunoglobulin (medical treatment)
SCIgSquirrel Cage Induction Generator (wind turbines)
SCIgSouthern California International Gateway
SCIgScottish Curling-Ice Group (Scotland, UK)
SCIgScottish Construction Industry Group (UK)
SCIgState Correctional Institution at Graterford (Pennsylvania)
SCIgSubmarine Cable Improvement Group (est. 1995)
SCIgSimulator Component Inoperative Guide (transportation industry regulation; Canada)
SCIgSteuben County Industrial Guild (Angola, IN)
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SCIG is a major government-related entity (GRE) that undertakes urban infrastructure development projects within the central area of Shaoxing.
The percentage of patients experiencing CIDP relapse or withdrawal for any other reason during SCIg treatment was significantly lower with Hizentra than with placebo.
To comparing active power of the Figure 8 with [i.sub.dc] current of SMES of the 9a can be seen that [i.sub.dc] current increased when the generated power by SCIG was greater than the dispatched power and it decreased otherwise.
Subcutaneous administration: The SCIG dose for the patients who previously used IVIG was calculated as about 1.37-fold of the IVIG doses.
As long as the crowbar is triggered, the generator behaves as a conventional squirrel cage induction generator (SCIG) [3].
MC interfaces the SCIG with the grid and implements shaft speed control.
It can be given intravenously (IVIG), intramuscularly (IMIG), and subcutaneously (SCIG).
Hizentra is the only 20% subcutaneous immunoglobulin (SCIg) approved in the U.S.
In addition, Lanigan pledged that BNSF's proposed Southern California International Gateway intermodal facility (SCIG) will use "only LNG-powered locomotives for railcar switching; only LNG-powered 'hostling' tractors for moving containers within the facility; and only electrically-powered cranes to lift containers between trucks and trains subject to successful trials and testing."
During the event, BNSF Railway executive vice president and chief marketing officer John Lanigan pledged that the company's proposed Southern California International Gateway (SCIG) intermodal facility will use "only LNG-powered locomotives for railcar switching; only LNG-powered 'hostling' tractors for moving containers within the facility; and only electrically powered cranes to lift containers between trucks and trains."
But despite the less-than-rosy economic outlook, the South Coast Inventors Group (SCIG) is thriving, creating new intellectual properties -- patented, marketable inventions -- that could lead to increased economic opportunities for both the inventors and the region.