P.B.W. | definition of P.B.W. by Medical dictionary
posterior bitewing in dentistry.
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Once the degreasing was finish, the sections were placed in a mixture of Biodur[R] E12 (epoxy resin) and Biodur[R] E1 (hardener) (96:26 p.b.w.), at room temperature (20 [degrees]C).
Acetate sheet was placed over a glass plate, then a Biodur[R] E12/E1 (96:26 p.b.w.) mixture was pour onto the acetate.
Using tidal volumes of 6ml/kg predicted body weight (p.b.w.
) (or less if plateau rises above 30 cmH2O) has now become entrenched as a quality "standard of care" in many hospitals and entered into ventilation protocols.