SDB


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SDB

Abbreviation for sleep-disordered breathing.
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It alleges that Arkan's unit and the Scorpions, whose members committed some of the crimes, were part of the Serbian SDB which was headed by the defendants.
As the RH can promote moisture evaporation during the dry-aging process [18], SD and SDB groups (RH, approximately 75%) were expected to have a lower moisture content than TD group (RH, approximately 85%).
Dr Dayna Johnson, of Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School in the US, said: "Individuals with SDB commonly report problems with cognition and may be at increased risk for dementia.
0 years), who suspected suffering from SDB were considered as the experimental group; 30 children, including 24 boys and 6 girls, aged 4–13 years (mean age: 5.
Fractured sleep SDB affects about 50 percent of elderly men and 26 percent of elderly women.
Facco presented on behalf of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development NuMoM2b Network, researchers at eight clinical sites in the United States set out to determine if SDB during pregnancy is a risk factor for adverse pregnancy outcomes.
The Changwantang Section (Figs 2, 3), one of eight measured sections in the area, has long been regarded as the best section for studying the SDB because of the continuous strata ranging in age from Upper Silurian to Lower Devonian rich in graptolites (Mu et al.
Sleep-disordered breathing The researchers found that children with the most severe SDB had the greatest risk for obesity.
Over the years, Congress and the executive branch have developed a complex and not altogether coherent set of SDB definitions to reflect various socioeconomic policy priorities, as well as to redress discrimination against minorities without instituting reverse discrimination against majority members (Kidalov and Snider 2011, 8-10).
The situation might be a grim one for a lot of SDB owners.
As the ECHO revealed, there is no suggestion the allegations relate to existing pupils and it is understood the probe relates to now deceased SDB officials with the allegations stretching back some 50 years.
But this latest study also poses an interesting question: Could AD in its "preclinical stages" also lead to SDB and explain the increased prevalence of SDB in the elderly?