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CFS

abbr.
chronic fatigue syndrome

cfs

abbr.
cubic feet per second

CFS

abbreviation for
(Pathology) chronic fatigue syndrome

cfs

cubic feet per second.

CFS

chronic fatigue syndrome.
Translations

CFS

[ˌsiːɛfˈɛs] n (=chronic fatigue syndrome) (= ME) → SFC m, syndrome m de fatigue chronique

CFS

(Med) abbr of chronic fatigue syndromeCFS
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Some theories indicate that viral infection, psychological stress, genetic factors increase the risk of CFS. The prevalence of CFS is four times more in women than in men.
Correlation: Thus all the slides/sections were tracked, correlated and interpreted for identification, continuity and consistency interrupted by transformational processes of CFs from A1 8 through A11 1 in femoral nerve together with B2 15-1, B3 14-1, B4 15-1 and B5 15-1 in nerves to iliacus.
This sizing makes the CFs inert and chemically stable towards reactions, also it helps in better adhesion between fibers and resin because sizing layer also being a polymeric coating, adheres to epoxy firmly compared to pristine carbon fibers.
CFS affects people of every age, gender, ethnicity, and socioeconomic group, but it is primarily an illness of people in their 40s and 50s and four times more common in women than in men.
Our results indicate that PEG and PVA act as effective "bridge chains" that connect the CFs and matrix, and demonstrate that the resulting composites should find wide application in the development of functional materials.
CFS is still not fully understood, and many more people are estimated to be struggling with the illness than have been diagnosed because the symptoms can easily be confused for something else.
Researchers do not yet know what causes CFS. Suggestions include viral or bacterial infection, changes in the immune system, hormone imbalance, and mental health conditions.
When all laboratory work-ups turned out unremarkable, I suggested to her attending physician that CFS be considered.
Compared with off-season, cold/flu symptoms were more likely to be experienced and treated with acetaminophen in CFS. During CFS, acetaminophen users were more likely to exceed 4 g (6.5 versus 5.3 percent; odds ratio, 1.24); there was also an increase in days exceeding 4 g (3.9 versus 2.8 percent; odds ratio, 1.37).
This study focuses on thermal and mechanical properties of composites consisting of PP and CFs which were extracted from rice straw using alkaline treatment method.