SBO


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Small bowel obstruction; SBO

An obstruction of the small intestine that prevents the free passage of material; sometimes caused by postoperative adhesions.
Mentioned in: Adhesions

SBO

specified bovine offal.
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Moreover, argued by Axelson, Stromberg, and Weisbach (2009), a SBO can be sought as an exit strategy because of the fund life constraints by first round buyers.
In addition, SBO announced it expects the situation in the oilfield service industry in 2015 to be more volatile, due to the falling oil prices.
An upright abdominal X-ray demonstrated dilated loops of small bowel with air-fluid levels suggestive of SBO.
As a natural evolution of the SBO Compact range, Sidel states the new SBO Compact2 linear blow-moulders, which includes the SBO 4, SBO 4 PH, SBO 3 XL SBO 3 PH and SBO 2 XXL PH, now run at speeds ranging from 2,400 to 7,200 bottles per hour.
Thus, polymers of interest derived from SBO possessing DPs of 10, 50, 100, 500, and 1000 would possess on average 15, 75, 150, 750, and 1500 double bonds per polymer molecule, respectively.
Hexanal levels in aged tortilla chips fried in SBO were significantly higher than levels found in chips fried in any of the other oils.
The responses of these SBOs provide a basis on which future research about the tax compliance attitudes of SBOs can build.
SeeNews) - Jan 15, 2014 - Austrian Schoeller-Bleckmann Oilfield Equipment AG (WBAG:SBOE), or SBO, today posted a preliminary pre-tax profit of EUR 83 million (USD 113.
We report a case of SBO with dense adhesions and intestinal infarction successfully treated with laparoscopy.
For example, on an SBO 20 Universal2, a full-format, bottle-to-bottle changeover is now 18 min for a single operator, instead of 33 min for two operators with the previous system.
SBO reacted by lowering costs and curbing investments and generally met its goal to achieve savings of EUR 25 million.