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TUBSTechnische Universität Braunschweig (German: Technical University of Braunschweig; Braunschweig, Germany; also seen as TUB)
TUBSTime Unit Box System
TUBSTufts University Benzodiazepine Scale (questionnaire)
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Suddenly she jumped up onto a tub to be higher than he, embraced him so that both her slender bare arms clasped him above his neck, and, tossing back her hair, kissed him full on the lips.
The infection was associated with exposure in a home hot tub.
This is the first reported case of MAC-associated hypersensitivity pneumonitis believed to be associated with routine use of household water; the potential for sources other than hot tubs should be considered in patients presenting with MAC-hypersensitivity pneumonitis, the researchers said.
Air technology is not really new, Roberts says, but such tubs have traditionally run about $5,000.
One of the biggest advantages," Macy says, "is that these tubs free up space, making the bathroom more open and sculptural.
In this article, we will only address Showers, Sit Tubs and Supine Tubs.
Strong but lightweight the tub is available in three sizes--250ml, 400ml and 500ml.
The disease has been linked to only six unique hot tubs (33 additional cases have been linked to an indoor pool), so various factors must contribute to its transmission.
Readers have inquired about availability of shallower tubs, Our research indicates that the only shallow tub available is also shorter.
The least desirable result of any standard, mandatory or voluntary, is a bath seat that does what the petitioners here claim it does: induce caregivers to leave infants unattended in tubs.