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ChB

 (L.)
Chirur´giae Baccalau´reus (Bachelor of Surgery).

ChB

[L.] Chirur´giae Baccalau´reus (Bachelor of Surgery).

CHB

abbreviation for complete heart block.

CHB

Abbreviation for:
Chirurgiae Baccalauareus (Bachelor of Surgery, see there) (Medspeak-UK)
CHB cholera toxin B
chronic hepatitis B (Medspeak-UK)
complete heart block

ChB

Abbrev. for Bachelor of Surgery.
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Tenofovir is among the most potent and effective agents for treating CHB.
Still, an expectant mother with an autoimmune rheumatic disease or previous CHB and increased concentrations of anti-Ro and/or anti-La antibodies should have close fetal echocardiographic surveillance beginning in the second trimester.
In contrast with our results, Zhou et al (21) showed that TLR9 expression levels were lower in CHB patients with high HBV DNA copy numbers when compared with patients with low HBV DNA copy numbers.
In a study comprised of eight pregnancies in mothers with anti-SSA/Ro antibodies and a previous child with CHB, treatment with 1 gm/kg of IVIG at the 14th and 18th week of gestation prevented CHB in seven cases.
If a decision had to be made at the local level, the physician would have to contact the Medical Advisory Board, which in turn contacted the RHB, which in turn consulted with the CHB.
The Axiom Genome-Wide CHB 1 Array is a powerful tool for characterizing the genetic basis of disease and studying disease associations in Han Chinese populations.
the MB ChB has never been subject to a major revision, so the tendency to specialise has been unchecked and it is a foreign concept that their practice could be guided by anyone other than themselves .
In his complaint to the home ministry, Central Information Commission ( CIC) and Department of Personnel & Training ( DoPT) among others, Singh alleged that the CPIOcum- Accounts Officer of CHB had failed to provide information to him under the RTI Act.
S K Misser, (1) MB ChB, FC Rad (D) SA; D D Royston, (1) MB BCh, FF RAD (SA); L V Heslop, (2) MB ChB, FFRad T (SA)
uk/Guidance/TA153 Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis B (CHB) - CHB is a highly infectious and potentially fatal disease which is effectively treated with anti-viral drugs that reduce the amount of virus (viral load) in the blood to an undetectable level - Over 60%(4) of patients treated with the most widely-used (over 5 years) anti-viral (lamivudine)(1) develop resistance(4) This identifies the need to access treatment options to which patients do not develop resistance - The aims of CHB treatment with antivirals are to achieve sustained suppression of the virus, avoid treatment resistance and prevent serious liver disease.
NAI Global also honored Daniel Beider, CHB, managing director of NAI Global Hotels, with its Global Vision Award for performance in 2006.
Regulatory applications were submitted by Novartis in 2006 in a number of regions including the European Union, Canada, Australia, Switzerland, Taiwan, South Korea and China seeking marketing approval of telbivudine for the treatment of CHB.