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DCB

(organic chemistry)
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The DCB ATM can also be used with the usual ATM/ Debit Card.
DCB Bank's gross non-performing assets ratio improved to 1.51 per cent compared with 1.76 per cent last year.
The Lutonix 035 DCB was the first drug coated balloon approved by the US Food and Drug Administration in October 2014.
Within the framework of this collaboration, DCB and ITM plan to initiate a local clinical study for ITM's Solucin TRT which is expected to begin recruiting patients in 2020.
Vodafone offered a DCB service from at least 1 January 2013 to 1 March 2018.
Talking to MoneyControl, R Venkattesh, president and head of operations, Technology and Human Resources, DCB Bank, said, 'Today, we can proudly say that we are amongst few API-first banks implementing an API-first application.
It has simultaneously withdrawn the ratings for commercial reasons and will no longer provide rating and analytical coverage of DCB. A full list of rating actions is at the end of this rating action commentary.
To the Editor: Drug-coated balloon (DCB) has become more and more clinically used as a new interventional treatment technology in recent years.
TPAY is the fastest growing direct carrier billing (DCB) provider in the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA).
Established in 2014, TPAY was the first open mobile payment platform to be launched in the region and, today, commands the largest market share at 80 per cent in the DCB space, also known as Direct Operator Billing, across 16 countries, with a total reach of 673 million users.
The researchers found that the median total cost burden was $113 for the 1,372 households, with a median daily cost burden (DCB) of $51 and median daily cost burden as a percentage of daily household income (DCBi) of 45 percent.
The use of drug-coated balloons (DCB) was supposed to reduce rates of restenosis due to an effective delivery of paclitaxel, as the antiproliferative agent, to the vessel wall without a permanent implant (4).