SDB


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SDBSalle de Bains (French: bathroom)
SDBSmall Disadvantaged Business
SDBSleep-Disordered Breathing
SDBSmall Diameter Bomb
SDBSub Distribution Board (electrical engineering)
SDBStar Dancers Ballet (Tokyo, Japan)
SDBSeventh Day Baptist (est. 1671)
SDBSalesians of Don Bosco (religious order)
SDBSpectral Data Base
SDBSimplified Data Base
SDBSuper Data Base
SDBSymbolic Debugger
SDBSynchronous Data Base
SDBShared Data Base
SDBSite Definition Block
SDBSound Data Base
SDBStandby Data Base
SDBSociety for Developmental Biology
SDBSafety Deposit Box
SDBShim Database (Microsoft)
SDBSelf-Directed Brokerage (investment account)
SDBSan Diego Ballet (San Diego, CA)
SDBSavino del Bene (Italian logistics company)
SDBSustainable Development Bill (various locations)
SDBSteel Drum Band
SDBSyndicat des Biologistes (French: Union of Biologists)
SDBService Dress Blue (Naval Uniform)
SDBStarship Design Bureau (science fiction)
SDBSystem Defense Boat (generic starship type; SFRPG Traveller)
SDBSumidenso do Brasil Industrias Eletricas Ltda. (Portuguese: Sumidenso Electrical Industries of Brazil)
SDBSelective Directed Broadcast
SDBSwitched Digital Broadcast
SDBSupport Data Base
SDBSprite Database
SDBShort Data Burst
SDBSelf-Defeating Behavior
SDBSATCOM (Satellite Communications) Database (US DoD)
SDBStandards Development Board
SDBService Directive Bulletin
SDBSerial Data Bus
SDBSoftware Development Block (Infosys Technologies, Ltd.)
SDBSystem Determined Blocksize (IBM mainframes)
SDBService Delivery Budget
SDBSwitched Digital Broadband
SDBSydney Dragon Blades
SDBSmall Dual Beam (electron microscope)
SDBSimply da Best (gmaing clan)
SDBShallow Draft Barge (marine transport)
SDBStorage and Data Brokering
SDBSkill Development Base
SDBStefano de Blasio (kitchen retailer)
SDBSystems Definition Branch
SDBSelf-Dual Binary (code)
SDBSpeed Differential Blank
SDBSystems Design Board
SDBStatistics Display Board
SDBShallow Draft Board (US NASA)
SDBStrategic Direction Board
SDBSales Development Budget
SDBSecondary Data Bus
SDBStorfedatabank
SDBSarvodaya Development Bank (Sri Lanka)
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In school-age children, SDB can lead to important consequences, including impacting school performance.
StaniA!iA and SimatoviA are charged with persecution, murders and deportations in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, which, according to the charges were committed by members of the Red Berets and other units controlled by the Serbian SDB.
In this study, the independent association between severity of SDB and each metabolic risk factor was cross-sectionally examined in middle-aged Japanese men and women.
As the RH can promote moisture evaporation during the dry-aging process [18], SD and SDB groups (RH, approximately 75%) were expected to have a lower moisture content than TD group (RH, approximately 85%).
"SDB is associated with hypoxemia, sleep fragmentation, and cerebral vascular disease, which may directly affect brain function, and adversely affect cognition, as well as may indirectly lead to cognitive impairment via impairments in attention and executive function due to sleepiness.
From the [Table 1], we found that the EEG arousals indices were significantly different between SDB and control groups ( P < 0.017).
"However, these data suggest that if patients have cognitive complaints, doctors should ask about SDB."
Rooney Undar, SDB, and Salesian bothers, Luke Maloloy-on and Duc Nguyen.
SDB in midpregnancy was significantly associated with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, while having SDB in both early and midpregnancy was significantly associated with gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM).
The well-exposed Silurian/Devonian boundary (SDB) sequences in China are mainly preserved in three areas, i.e.
Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) and the US Air Force said they have completed two successful Small Diameter Bomb II (SDB II) all-up round live fire test flights that demonstrated the weapon's ability to detect, track and destroy moving targets.
"Sleep-disordered breathing, or SDB, which includes snoring and sleep apnea, is also a risk factor for obesity but receives less attention.