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ABC

 
2. airway, breathing, circulation; acronym used to recall the basics of support for a critically ill patient.

ABC

argon beam coagulator; aspiration biopsy cytology.

ABC

1 abbreviation for airway, breathing, circulation.
2 abbreviation for aspiration biopsy cytology.

ABC

Abbreviation for:
aberrant behaviour checklist
absolute blast count
absolute bone conduction
acalculous biliary colic
acceptable behaviour contract (Medspeak-UK)
acid-based control
advanced breast cancer
airway, breathing and circulation
alternative birth centre
aneurysmal bone cyst
antibody-binding capacity
apnoea, bradycardia, cyanosis
ATP-binding cassette transporter
avidin-biotin complex immunoperoxidase
axiobuccocervical (Dentistry)

ABC

1. Aneurysmal bone cyst, see there.
2. Antigen-binding capacity-immunology.
3. Apnea, bradycardia, cyanosis.
4. ATP-binding cassette.
5. Avidin-biotin complex.
6. Axiobuccocervical-dentistry.

ABC

Abbreviation for American Board for Certification in Orthotics and Prosthetics.

ABC

airway, breathing and circulation

ABC

1. aspiration biopsy cytology.
2. airway, breathing, circulation. See cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
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Security when recycling can be a concern with people worried that data on old computers could fall into the wrong hands.
Mr Timms has praised the initiative, saying: ``Recycling old computers that would otherwise end up in landfill sites is an outstanding idea.
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POLICE from Little Park Street handed over 14 old computers and monitors along with printers to local firm CovWise.
WREXHAM Council is asking people to dig out their old computers as part of a new exhibition looking at the history of writing.
Apple, DEC, Hewlett-Packard (HP) and IBM are now building recycling factors into computer designs but, much more important, DEC, HP, and IBM also run facilities to actually collect old computers.
After receiving a new computer, many people put their sensitive information in jeopardy by neglecting to erase or remove data from old computers being donated, sold, trashed or recycled.
I think they store old computers in the hope people might want them or someone can fix them but they end up just sitting there.