BKA


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BKA

Abbreviation for:
below the knee amputation, see there
badykinin antagonist

BKA

Below the knee amputation, see there.
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Others go on vacation and don't tell anyone.' According to BKA data, after a month, more than 80 per cent of cases are settled.
The anatomical level of vascular occlusion (tibioperoneal, femoropopliteal and aortoiliac disease) and the type of surgery (debridement, toe ectomy, TMA, BKA and AKA) were recorded.
The acquisition will complement First Protocol's offerings in strategy, concept development and creative direction, which are strengths of BKA.
The BKA investigated the trigger force used on an SA80, the muzzle velocity of a rifle, the positions for self-infliction of injury with a rifle, gunshot residue, ejection of a bullet case from a rifle and wound ballistics of a 5.65 bullet.
UKA and BKA can prevent or postpone TKA and preserve the bone stock and restore more normal kinematics [1, 10-14].
Conwy BKA Series of taster days, 2014 dates to be arranged, held at Rowen Memorial Hall and Tal y Cafn apiary.
The rod was an obstacle to carry out the BKA, for which Dr Narayanaswamy's expertise was needed.
Now the companies, whose interests are affected by the merger, have 14 days to file complaints with either the BWB or the Federal Cartel Prosecutor (BKA).
Aboard the rocket are Russia's remote-sensing satellite Canopus-B and research satellite MKA-PN1, Belarus' remote-sensing satellite BKA, Canada's communications satellite ADS-1B and Germany's mini satellite TET-1, according to Roscosmos.
The courses, co-funded by the German government, implemented by five experts of the German Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) in cooperation with the PCP's own trainers, aimed at strengthening the attendees' leadership capabilities.
BAHRAIN Karate-do Academy (BKA) won the trophy for best club after winning the most medals in the Kata discipline in a national karate tournament held in dedication to His Majesty the King.
A YOUNG Draycote Water sailor's dreams of one day winning the America's Cup for Great Britain have moved a step closer after he was named in the prestigious British Keelboat Academy (BKA) squad for the 2011 season.