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CPB

A slang term for a situation in which an employee is taking care of personal matters while at work. For example, an employee who sits at his desk and works on his novel instead of dealing with customers is CPB. The term is an abbreviation for "conducting personal business."
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Patient population: infants aged between 6 months and 3 years undergoing open cardiac surgery with CPB for congenital heart disease were enrolled for the study at our hospital from June 2010 to August 2011.
There is excessive activation of the hemostatic system, which is related to interaction of blood with the extensive, nonendothelial CPB surfaces , activation 6 of the extrinsic clotting pathway secondary to surgical trauma and retransfusion of pericardial blood .
The C&S Electric court ruled that Consolidated, not CPB, had a prior right to the sums payable by Arakaki to C&S on the project.
CPB Contractors Managing Director Juan Santamaria said: 'This is a key missing link in Victoria's freeway network.
In related news, CPB has a new VP/Communications: Shana Teehan.
They rate the federal contribution to CPB (which, in turn, funds PBS) as a very effective use of their tax dollars.
The CPB said that if the service provider, Akamai, collapses or is hacked, the Dutch banking sector could be crippled.
Online cancer-related ISIN and five covariates were used in the analysis as exogenous variables, with CFAT, HSE, and CPB included as endogenous variables.
It is an established fact that tissue hypoperfusion is associated with lactic acidosis secondary to anaerobic metabolism, hence measurement of blood lactate levels can be used as a marker to assess the adequacy of tissue perfusion8, which is at risk during CPB and in the immediate postoperative period.
Customs and Border Protection (CPB), authorities said.
A Child Protection Bureau (CPB) team, during the current anti-beggar drive, took 42 child beggars including 25 boys and 17 girls into custody.