BNF


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BNF

Abbreviation for:
brain natriuretic factor
British National Formulary, see there (Medspeak-UK) 
British Nutrition Foundation (Medspeak-UK)
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Gili and Coppini will join BNF Bank's chief executive officer and managing director, Michael Collis, as members of the bank's executive management team.
Dr Richard Lewis, Welsh secretary of the British Medical Association, said, "The BNF is an invaluable tool and it should be made available to all those who require it in order to support their responsible and safe prescribing.
Eleven days later, we intraperitoneally (IP) injected the classic CYP1A1 inducer BNF (50 mg/kg) in all rats to model the PAH-exposed lung.
Last night, a spokeswoman for Sellafield said they had every right to co-operate with the British government as BNF is state-owned.
To cut funding and the supply of the BNF is absolutely ridiculous - it's an atrocious situation.
The BNF is the preeminent resource for prescribing and drug information.
According to the details, the leaders of the BNF expressed their heartfelt sympathies with the Baloch youngsters who had been picked up and said that there struggle was in accordance with the democratic norms but the agencies did not want the youngster to gain their rights.
Petersburg, Copenhagen, Carpentras, Rouen, Oxford and especially Paris -- I am thinking in particular of those illuminated jewels, manuscripts BNF fr.
BNF will help Froots franchisees identify the ideal location for their units using a network of real estate brokers and extensive contacts with developers of malls and retail centers from Anchorage, Alaska to Miami, Florida.
Interwoven with these writings are the essays chronicling the evolution of the collections of the BNF provided by four distinguished French scholars - Marie-Helene Tesniere, Antoine Coron, and Florence Callu - all of whom are curators at the BNF, along with the renowned historian and former administrateur general of the Bibliotheque Nationale, Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie (also author of the introduction).
The Speech Assistant Toolkit (SAT) Windows NT GUI environment, providing a friendly point-and-click approach with the option of creating a speech application with any BNF grammar based recognizer.