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NBA

abbr.
1. National Basketball Association
2. National Boxing Association

NBA

abbreviation for
1. (Basketball) (in the US) National Basketball Association
2. (Journalism & Publishing) (the former) Net Book Agreement

NBA

1. National Basketball Association.
2. National Boxing Association.
Translations

NBA

[ˌɛnbiːˈeɪ] n abbr
a. (Am) =National Basket AssociationF.I.P. f =Federazione Italiana Pallacanestro
b. =National Boxing Association
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In addition, if a baby is identified with additional needs, a NBAS may be provided first.
La composicion de la escala NBAS (Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale) se ha estructurado acorde con el modelo de organizacion neuroconductual jerarquizada propuesto por Heidelise y otros autores (5) en siete dimensiones que se muestran en la tabla 1.
The third study (the North Carolina cohort) that administered NBAS did so between the first and third week of life (14).
NBAS Examen comprensivo del comportamiento neonatal.
After a chapter on the use of the NBAS in research settings, the final part comprises descriptions by professionals around the world of its use in clinical practice.
Based on over 25 years of experience with the NBAS, Nugent, Keefer, O'Brien, Johnson, and Blanchard (in press) developed the NBO as a more flexible clinical intervention tool to promote positive parent-infant relationships that could be more easily incorporated into routine care (Brazelton Institute, n.
1996) found, after controlling for covariates, significant differences in all NBAS cluster scores.
1988, Multiple linear Both MDI and PDI North Carolina, regression per 1 ppm, results reported as USA adjusted for maternal regression age, race, education, coefficients, standard occupation, smoking, errors, and two-sided drinking, infant's p-values sex, gestational age, birth weight, head circumference, jaundice, duration of breast-feeding, number of older siblings, abnormal reflexes on NBAS age of testing, and center/examiner Koopman-Esseboom et Multiple linear Result for MDI al.
Four centers conducted neonatal assessments; three used the NBAS (Brazelton 1984; Brazelton and Nugent 1995), and one used the NICU Network Neurobehavioral Scale (Lester et al.