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lbw

abbreviation for
(Cricket) leg before wicket
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Minister Assisting the Premier on North Queensland Coralee ORourke said the success of the initial project has prompted LBW to initiate further actions to address energy concerns.
Chi square analysis indicated that gender of the babies did not affect the incidence of LBW or NBW babies (Table-II).
Globally, LBW is a good summary measure of a multifaceted public health problem that includes long-term maternal malnutrition, ill health, hard work, and poor pregnancy health care.
In South Asia level of LBW (25%) is more than four times the level in industrialized countries (7%), that is 25% mothers who had maternal depression during 3rd trimester gave birth to babies weighing 10 on EPDS from 30 week onward and control group including non depressed mothers (score <10) from 30th weeks onwards, were included in the study.
Multiple linear and logistic regression models were used to predict the adjusted birth weight and odds ratios of LBW.
2,3 In developing countries, most of LBW infants are born at term and are mainly affected by foetal growth restriction.
au, Watson said that he works on the LBW issue every time he trains, adding that the start of every session is working on specific drills to get him in a better position.
Based on the results of studies from Iran, the LBW rate was 11.
20) If LBW is a major risk factor for T2D, we hypothesized that a population of pediatric T2D would be enriched with children who had LBW.
Although the associations between maternal LBW and adverse events in offspring have been widely studied, the mediating factors of these associations have not been investigated.
LBW percentages were calculated for births overall and by ART status and plurality.