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SDB

(Switched Digital Broadcast) See switched video.
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As per the deal, SDB will provide a portfolio of financial and non-financial products for these businesses to benefit from opportunities in the real estate sector in order to start commercial projects, it added.
'Among the most salient findings were the dependence of the association between SDB and the markers of melanoma aggressiveness on both age and the actual indicators of tumor aggressiveness," the researchers noted.
In the study, the relationship between SDB and air pollution was not specifically investigated and only some of the examined patients had SDB.
SDB is said to be giving out 40 per cent of its resources in loans while it was investing the remaining funds in the local stock market.
All these forces fought against the Fifth Corps of the Bosnian Army during the Pauk operation, said the witness, who participated in the operation as a member of the Anti-Terrorist Action Unit of the Serbian SDB.
Per the terms of the deal, Raytheon will provide testing, analysis and support services along with the sustainment of SDB II weapon onto the F/A-18E/F platform with additional developmental and operational testing.
Recently, SDB has been reported to be independently associated with metabolic syndrome [5,6] and with its more fundamental factor, insulin resistance [7-9].
The other 24 sirloins (n = 8 for each treatment) were dry-aged for 28 days with the different aging methods: i) TD (temperature, 1 [+ or -] 1[degrees]C; RH, approximately 85%; air, 5 [+ or -] 3 m/s in a specialized facility); ii) SD (temperature, 2 [+ or -] 1[degrees]C; RH, approximately 75% in the newly developed appliance); and iii) SDB (the same condition as SD except for the aging bag [Drybagsteak LLC, Minneapolis, MN, USA]: water vapor permeability of 8,000 g [15 [micro]/[m.sup.2]/24 h and O2 permeability of 2.3 mL/[m.sup.2]/d at 38[degrees]C and 50% RH]).
SDB is very common in the elderly, particularly men, and is characterised by repeated pauses - apnoeas or hypopnoeas - in breathing during sleep.
A number of studies have shown that OSAHS and PS children have similar sleep structures.[sup][2] Currently, studies on microsleep architecture on electroencephalogram (EEG) arousals in SDB children have attracted more and more attention.
SDB was most severe for patients with ischemic or hemorrhagic stroke, and these disorders persisted during stroke recovery.
The management of sleep disordered breathing (SDB) in children differs between institutions, and there is a need for an updated review of current practice.