What does aber stand for?
|ABER||Annual Blood Examination Rate (various locations)|
|ABER||Alternativ Bus Reisen Gmbh|
|ABER||Auditory brain stem evoked response|
|ABER||Average Bit Error Rate|
What is aber in community medicine?
(1) Auditory brainstem evoked response, see there.
Does Aber mean river?
Mouth of the river
‘Aber’ means ‘Mouth of the river’, and since there are quite a few rivers in Wales, it comes up often!
Why do Welsh towns start with Aber?
The pre-Roman names for land features were quickly gathered up and used, now, as the names for settlements. As a result many of the towns in Wales begin with the prefix Aber which means “mouth of” – Aberystwyth meaning the mouth of the River Ystwyth, Abergele the mouth of the River Gele and so on.
How is Aber calculated?
ABER – Annual Blood Examination Rate. Calculated as (number of slides examined/population) x 100.
What does pant mean in Welsh?
‘Pant’ translates as ‘Valley’ or ‘Hollow’, and ‘Mawr’ means ‘Big’. Other examples: Pentre Pant (Valley village)
How do you say y in Welsh?
The rules governing the letter Y are some of the most confusing in Welsh. Normally it’s pronounced like the u in cut, but in the last syllable of a word it most commonly represents the sound of the ee in beet. Note; This includes words with only one syllable, such as llyn (hlin).
What is Aber in malaria?
The National Vector Borne Disease Control Program prescribes that the annual blood examination rate (ABER) for malaria should be at least 10% on the presumption that 10% of the population in a year will have fever at one point in time.
What is Annual parasite Index?
Definition: The number of confirmed new cases from malaria registered in a specific year, expressed per 1,000 individuals under surveillance, for a given country, territory, or geographic area. Annual parasite index (API) refers to high and moderate malaria transmission risk areas.
What is malaria Hyperparasitemia?
Hyperparasitemia, where more than 5% of the red blood cells are infected by malaria parasites. Metabolic acidosis (excessive acidity in the blood and tissue fluids), often in association with hypoglycemia. Hypoglycemia (low blood glucose).