WBPAWorld Body Painting Association (est. 2001)
WBPAWhole-Body Periodic Acceleration (therapeutic technology)
WBPAWisconsin Bison Producers Association (est. 1988; Van Dyne, WI)
WBPAWasaga Beach Paintball Adventure (Ontario, Canada)
WBPAWhole Blood Platelet Aggregation
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The declaration of the WBPA as well as the opening of the stations are part of special interventions by the Department to improve and/or retain good air quality in the WBPA.
Though disappointed at being eliminated in two straight, Hartsell played well enough that she was approached by a potential sponsor interested in backing her appearance at all 10 WBPA events next year.
Anyone interested in volunteering for WBPA can contact the studio through its page on the town's website, www.
These factors include those described in our filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, as well as risks and uncertainties associated with potential benefits of WBPA therapy and the use of Exer-Rest platforms, dependence on future sales of the Exer-Rest, obtaining regulatory approvals, establishing marketing, sales and distribution activities, the uncertainty of future financial results, additional financing requirements, development of new products, technological changes, and other uncertainties.
Miyamoto and Fujita reported that they performed the following tests in the treated patients prior to WBPA and after its completion four weeks later: Bruce protocol exercise stress test with electrocardiography, echocardiography, and nuclear cardiac scanning.
In the trial involving 57 patients with chronic pain associated with fibromyalgia, treatments using Exer-Rest[R] WBPA technology significantly reduced the intensity of morning stiffness.
NIMS' Chief Executive Officer, noted that, "treatment of stroke is yet another potential application of WBPA and the Exer-Rest([R]).
The submission included 23 investigational and clinical studies on the vasodilatation properties of WBPA as well as a controlled, four week clinical trial in a group of patients with chronic aches and pains carried out at the Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School.
WBPA has the potential to become a standard of care' for the public since it is non-invasive, drug-free, and suitable for daily home use thereby potentially producing cardiac protection against the unpredictable, lethal myocardial infarction.
The Exer-Rest[R] produces WBPA through repetitive head-foot movements of the body at 140 times per minute over a period of 45 minutes.
Adams, Bassuk and associates investigated the potential of WBPA given pre- and during experimental hemorrhage on survival rates in a large animal model in which 70% of their resting blood volume was removed over a 150 minute period.
Professor Fujita's grant will allow his group to extend previously published studies in sedentary individuals who showed improvement of vascular function when treated with WBPA for four weeks.