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arterial blood gas

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The concentration of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood, whose partial pressures are measured along with other factors such as blood pH in order to assess oxygen saturation and other metabolic indicators in patients, especially those with respiratory disorders.
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ABG President and Chief executive Adnan Yousif has stated that prudent business strategies intended at realizing robust growth in earnings in every field of operations are attributable to the Group s outstanding financial performance across-the-board.
The reaffirmation of ABG's ratings yet again per the new methodology adopted by S&P is a significant achievement, especially as it signifies the inherent strength of ABG as an institution that has shown strong resilience in these times of financial and political uncertainty across the world," said chairman Shaikh Saleh Abdullah Al Kamel.
The fact that ABG has consistently achieved the reaffirmation is an indication of the success of its strategies and its resilience in weathering the adverse effects of the present conditions.
Tarikere will help ABG transition its current business model into the cloud.
ABG Carolinas offers comprehensive employee benefits consulting and administration services throughout North and South Carolina.
Pope McGlamry: Stryker Rejuvenate and ABG II Failed Hips Lawsuits - Over $1 Billion Settlement for Recalled Devices
India Ratings & Research, a rating agency, downgraded ABG Shipyard's Rs 200-crore non-convertible debenture programme to default from 'IND BB' earlier, citing delayed payments.
We are delighted with the partnership between BFX and ABG which we believe will benefit and improve the current method of conducting Murabaha transactions by Al Baraka Banking Group," Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) financial institutions supervision executive director Abdulrahman Al Baker said.
Any appearance of double leverage at ABG would very likely trigger a negative rating action.
This indicates the financial strength of ABG as an institution and its ability to weather the adverse effects of the present conditions thanks to its strategies, its able executive management team at the head office and in all its subsidiaries.
Tano Capital originated the proposal to form a private company in India to acquire Cemp, marketed the proposal to ABG Engineering and invested $15 million of its own funds in the deal.
The development of ABG Shipyard availing the debt recast programme comes at a time when bankers are becoming increasingly wary of the peer, Bharati Shipyard's Rs 5,860-crore debt recast plan.