BCH


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BCH

Abbreviation for:
basal cell hyperplasia
benign congenital hypotonia
benign cough headache
Birmingham Children’s Hospital (Medspeak-UK)
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beaucoup moins que]Les structures des BCH doivent etre organisees, il faut clarifier la responsabilite de chacun[beaucoup plus grand que], a-t-il soutenu.
Earlier this year, an inquiry found at least 70 sick children a month were being turned away in a bed and management crisis at BCH.
A direct comparison was made with support received on a charity visit to Lagos where in-theatre procedures were felt to be better than in BCH.
FAILURE TO IMPROVE PROFITABILITY: Should BCH not realize the benefits of its new facility, namely increased operating cash flow that results in incremental balance sheet improvement and an overall moderation of its leverage, it could place negative pressure on the rating.
Following the receipt of these proceeds, our BCH investment represents an indirect ownership interest of approximately 3.
More information: Nidhi Mittal, deputy manager, BCH.
Through Innovation, BCH is striving to perform as a world class organisation operating in a scientific and technically advanced way in order for it to give full support to its customers to help them meet the challenges that face them in the future.
Fitch will continue to rate BCH on the national scale and has affirmed the bank's national ratings.
Since 2004, OfficeMax has held two classes of securities in BCH, non-voting equity securities ("Series A Units") and voting equity securities ("Series B Units").
It is hoped the new energy process will be used in a live setting in BCH homes within two years.
BCH Ltd has built a well deserved reputation throughout the confectionery and patisserie industries as a reliable and respected supplier of custom built process equipment.
Vitesse solves this issue with its patented Continuously Interleaved BCH (CI-BCH[TM]) eFEC code which offers the highest performing hard decision eFEC available today and is the industry's only eFEC implementable in FPGA form at 100G.