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CPB

Cardiopulmonary bypass. See Port-Access cardiopulmonary bypass.

CPB

see cardiopulmonary bypass.
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Ever since Congress created the CPB in 1967, public television has been the victim of manipulation by the White House and corporate sponsors.
About CPB The Corporation for Public Broadcasting(CPB), a private, nonprofit corporation created by Congress in 1967, is the steward of the federal government's investment in public broadcasting.
He also lauded the excellent arrangements and facilities provided to the children at the CPB.
Anesthetic and standardized CPB ([alpha]-stat regimen) techniques were performed according to previously published protocols (6).
The Carnegie Commission on Educational Television, which conceived of the CPB, was nominally independent but in practice took its cues from the Johnson administration.
The role of the CPB is to be a heat shield between federal funds and anything produced'' for PBS, Mitchell said.
In fact, hearings were held in mid-January to decide whether money already appropriated for CPB would be withheld.
9 Weissman's presentations tend to focus on topics related to her work, which is overseeing and initiating media relations, public relations, public affairs and corporate communication activities for CPB, as opposed to talking about public broadcasting per se.
CPB Rescue team along with police squad conducted rescue operation in the areas of Sadar, Chohar Chowk, Daewoo Adda, Pir Wadhai Adda, Faiz Abad Murree road, Air Port and other vicinities and took into their custody 14 children who were found begging.