AECB


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AECB

Abbreviation for acute exacerbation of chronic bronchitis.

AECB

Acute exacerbation of chronic bronchitis. See Chronic bronchitis.
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"As part of this priority, we are pleased to partner with AECB to provide citizens and residents of the UAE with the necessary knowledge to make prudent financial decisions," he added.
The central bank has urged banks to advise their customers that returned cheques due to insufficient funds on the account will be recorded with the AECB and will negatively affect the creditworthiness of customers.
Established in 1989 with the sole aim of promoting conservation of natural resources, AECB is the brainchild behind formulation of wildlife clubs that became well-liked at schools in the early 90s.
Fatma Obaid Farhan, marketing manager, AECB, said, "Were very pleased to have brought BPG | bates on board as our advertising agency andE[sz]we're excited about the roll out of the campaign.
With traditional doctrine of aECB never pre-commitsa now passing into the chronicles, policy divergence across the Atlantics over the next couple of years was reinforced, potentially capping the topside volatility in EUR short rates and, thus EURUSD.
In 1960 the federal Atomic Energy Control Board (AECB) enacted its own radiological regulations, which the province was supposed to enforce.
Speaking about the management of ABS, CAP, AECB he stated that resistance to Beta lactamase is increasing among key respiratory pathogens and resistance to Macrolides was also becoming a problematic.
AECB: The Sustainable Building Association will be holding their 21st birthday and 2010 annual conference at the Machynlleth CAT in the newly-completed Wales Institute for Sustainable Education.
Chris, who is the director of the Golcar based Green Building Store and the chairman of the Sustainable Building Association (AECB), plans to pound out the miles in just four days, arriving in time for the AECB's 21st anniversary conference on October 1.
Asystematic review found that antibiotics are helpful for acute exacerbation of chronic bronchitis (AECB) in patients with increased cough and purulent sputum, and guidelines recommend antibiotics to treat an AECB when patients have 2 or more of the following: increased dyspnea, increased sputum volume, or increased sputum purulence.
The plaintiffs then spoke to an employee of the defendant Atomic Energy Control Board (AECB) and were assured that there was no contaminated soil on the property, that the radioactive material in the area was of low level, and that it would in any event be removed by the government.
One of these ILCs, American Express Centurion Bank (AECB), is owned by American Express Company and operates out of its credit card processing center in Utah and an offshore funding facility in Grand Cayman.