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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)
SDBSite Definition Block
SDBSynchronous Data Base
SDBStandby Data Base
SDBSound Data Base
SDBShared Data Base
SDBSimplified Data Base
SDBSuper Data Base
SDBSymbolic Debugger
SDBSpectral 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.)
SDBService Delivery Budget
SDBSystem Determined Blocksize (IBM mainframes)
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)
SDBSpeed Differential Blank
SDBSelf-Dual Binary (code)
SDBSystems Definition Branch
SDBShallow Draft Board (US NASA)
SDBStrategic Direction Board
SDBSystems Design Board
SDBStatistics Display Board
SDBSales Development Budget
SDBSecondary Data Bus
SDBSarvodaya Development Bank (Sri Lanka)
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Another possibility is that standard measures of sleep-disordered breathing may not adequately assess the mild form of this condition that is common among children referred to adenotonsillectomy.
However, it is unclear if sleep-disordered breathing is a risk factor for adverse pregnancy outcomes independent of obesity," added Facco.
Children were excluded from the study group if they had required a polysomnogram for clinical purposes, if they had a history of treatment for sleep-disordered breathing, or if they had severe medical or neurologic conditions.
Researchers looked at elementary school students who had exhibited conduct problems like bullying or discipline referrals and found that there was a two-fold higher risk for symptoms of sleep-disordered breathing, particularly daytime sleepiness among these students.
Physicians at the university's pediatric hypertension clinic have begun routinely screening hypertensive patients for sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) risk factors and symptoms.
In contrast, sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) was not linked to hyperactivity-type ADHD in the survey of 1,014 Detroit-area youths aged 13-16 years and their parents, according to Dr.
Twenty-seven children were diagnosed with sleep-disordered breathing and 14 with sleep-disordered breathing and periodic limb movement.
The researchers' reasoning for the study design was that the most common reason for sleep-disordered breathing - sleep apnea - in older people is fairly well understood and relates to neck structure.
The complaint alleges violations of section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 in the importation into the United States and sale of certain sleep-disordered breathing treatment mask systems and components thereof that infringe patents asserted by the complainants.
In the observational cohort study, 200 consecutive active-duty service members who were diagnosed with PTSD as part of post-deployment screening underwent sleep evaluations regardless of whether there was clinical suspicion of sleep-disordered breathing.
In an analysis of 3,702 nulliparous women, researchers found that the prevalence of sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) was 3.