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SC

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for SEYCHELLES.

SC

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of the Seychelles. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Seychellois bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for the Seychelles. This is used as an international standard for shipping to the Seychelles. Each district has its own code with the prefix "SC." For example, the code for the District of Bel Air is ISO 3166-2:SC-09.
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The sample population included 905 sputum culture-positive PTB cases, 914 sputum culture-negative PTB cases, and 1263 non-TB respiratory disease cases.
A total of 228 cases of microbiologically confirmed or clinically diagnosed PTB were encountered during the study period, of which 179 cases were new cases of clinically diagnosed PTB with negative sputum smear and 49 were retreatment PTB cases.
Out of 24 case-control studies conducted in different countries, 15 study reported positive association between PD and PTB or PLBW with Odds Ratio (OR) ranging from 1.
5]-attributable increment in PTB, the rate of prematurity, and costs.
Tracy Manuck, MD, MSCI, presents a comprehensive assessment of the economic impact of PTB and the benefits of prevention
The results showed that rs414171 A>T genotypes significantly decreased the risk of PTB in codominant (OR = 0.
8) The diagnosis of PTB at the time of presentation was based on Nigeria National Guidelines (9) which include clinical, chest radiograph features, sputum or gastric aspirate smear microscopy and history of TB contact for children with HIV.
The results demonstrated that safe stimulation within acceptable limits does not increase the risk of PTB and LBW," she said.
The MCIA's current capacity of 8 million passengers per year is expected to leap to 15 million after Phase 1 of the current terminal's renovation and the construction of a second PTB.
sup][8],[9] We report a case of KS with PTB in a fertile male.
The present study holds practical value to investigate the performance and optimization of PTB heat exchangers in air-heating applications, and determine the optimized volume of PTB heat exchangers through comparisons to conventional metallic heat exchangers.
Each brush head, whether it is a MTB or PTB, is divided into 2 parts: the toe, located at the extreme end of the head, and the heel end closest to the handle (Figure 1).