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BAN

Abbreviation for:
Bachelor of Arts in Nursing
British approved Approved Name (Medspeak-UK)
British Association of Neurologists (Medspeak-UK)

body area network

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BAN

A group of wireless sensors worn by, or inserted into a patient, and used to monitor vital signs and other physiological parameters.

ban

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He added that the ban was imposed across the agency while special permits issued to government employees several months ago had also been revoked.
Answers to both these questions will help to find out as to whether such a ban should be implemented and, if so, how.
The treatment variables consist of a set of 100-percent smoking ban dummy variables defined for various geographic-establishment combinations.
9) California is an excellent candidate for empirical analysis because it has been a pioneer in the establishment of comprehensive private place smoking bans and because its pattern of passage of smoking bans provides econometrically useful variation in ban coverage and jurisdiction.
Matthew Bolton (23) warehouseman from Dudley Close, Rowley Regis, 21 months jail and seven year ban.
We get occasional requests to ban smoking beyond just the tot lots.
One month after the ban took effect, only 41 had such symptoms, and that number decreased slightly more in the next month, the researchers report in the Oct.
In the CMRA's opinion, the DEP must realize that without a solution, the ban cannot be lived up to.
The most sweeping amendments, if passed, would ban civil unions and allow social conservatives to challenge the ability of governmental entities and private companies to offer domestic partnership benefits.
BAN coordinator Jim Puckett, who visited Nigeria as part of that investigation, saw enormous piles of e-waste throughout the countryside, much of it routed through Lagos, Africa's largest port.
The Massachusetts ban on disposal, or transfer for disposal, of specific construction and demolition materials will probably be promulgated by October, according to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).