laryngotracheobronchitis

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laryngotracheobronchitis

[lə¦riŋ·gō¦trā·kē·ō‚braŋ′kīd· əs]
(medicine)
Acute inflammation of the mucosa of the larynx, trachea, and bronchi.
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Various screening tests from different organizations have been recommended for LTB in HCW.
The presence of a significant and negative LTB, as observed for the relationship between the iADF intake and excretion values, indicates a low accuracy of this marker for estimating digestibility parameters, as a secondary evaluation of the suitability of using this marker would lead to an overestimation of the fecal excretion of dry matter, with a concomitant underestimation of the digestibility coefficients.
Hanau stovykloje ivyko lietuviu tremtiniu suvaziavimas, kuris isteige visus jungiancia LTB ir prieme Vyriausiojo Lietuvos islaisvinimo komiteto (VLIK) paruosta konstitucija, kurioje buvo numatyti svietimo ir kulturos uzdaviniai.
TABLE 8 Estimated Long-Run Coefficients for Equations of Group 3 Variables LTB Equation LER Equation LTB - 0.
Finally, we present our findings regarding the two research questions and use the results to generate theory about intra-organizational information flows in a small business during the LTB phase of the new product development process.
For this LTB system, driving forces of up to 20,000 newtons (4,500 pounds) at speeds of 1 meter per second are required.
For the short LTB (length tolerant bullet) of 70 grains it recommends a 1:10 twist.
LTB involves the larynx (below the glottis), trachea, and bronchi.
In this activity network, activity SRT1 will be on the critical path on a given trial if the duration of SRT1 plus the duration of RS a is greater than or equal to the duration of LTB on that particular trial.
LTB Lasertechnik Berline supplies nitrogen lasers for Bruker Daltonics' autoflex MALDI-TOF systems.
The sale of KAP does not include WK's legal, tax and business publishering units LTB North America and LTB Europe.
The medical term for croup is laryngotracheobronchitis or LTB.