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SDBSalle de Bains (French: bathroom)
SDBSmall Disadvantaged Business
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SDBSmall Diameter Bomb
SDBSub Distribution Board (electrical engineering)
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SDBSeventh Day Baptist (est. 1671)
SDBSalesians of Don Bosco (religious order)
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SDBSociety for Developmental Biology
SDBSafety Deposit Box
SDBShim Database (Microsoft)
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SDBSan Diego Ballet (San Diego, CA)
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SDBSustainable Development Bill (various locations)
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SDBSyndicat des Biologistes (French: Union of Biologists)
SDBService Dress Blue (Naval Uniform)
SDBStarship Design Bureau (science fiction)
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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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Pregnant women can be treated for sleep-disordered breathing using CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure).
Another 58 had mild OSA, defined by an apnea-hypopnea index of 1-5 events/hr, Twenty-six participants were classified as snorers, while 37 were free of sleep-disordered breathing (SDB).
Individuals with severe sleep-disordered breathing have been found to two- to fourfold higher odds of complex arrhythmias than those without sleep-disordered breathing even after adjustment for potential confounders.
One-third of the children had sleep scores highly predictive of sleep-disordered breathing, which can range from snoring to sleep apnea, said Ms.
The new study's findings are important because "nocturnal nondipping" associated with sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) has been linked to target organ damage and to a poor cardiovascular prognosis (Can.
Findings from several studies suggest that the mechanism by which sleep-disordered breathing increases stroke risk is by "leading to or worsening hypertension and heart disease and possibly by causing reductions in cerebral blood flow, altered cerebral autoregulation, impaired endothelial function, accelerated atherogenesis, hypercoagulability, inflammation, and paradoxical embolism in patients with patent foramen ovale," the guideline states.
In 10 women referred for sleep-disordered breathing in the third trimester, the investigators found that significant improvements in the apnea-hypopnea index and minimum arterial oxyhemoglobin saturation occurred in all 10 postnatally.
Snorting, gasping and pauses in breathing during sleep are all signs of OSA, a common form of sleep-disordered breathing.
Patients received oral montelukast, because leukotriene modifiers have been demonstrated as effective for mild sleep-disordered breathing (Am.
In light of this finding, "We should be screening all Arnold-Chiari I patients for sleep-disordered breathing," said Dr.
The study shows that each standard deviation increase in the apnea-hypopnea index, a measure of sleep-disordered breathing severity, was associated with the equivalent of 215 days of biological age acceleration.
SEVERE SLEEP-DISORDERED breathing was significantly associated with more aggressive skin cancer in a study of 443 adults.