Some infants don't present symptoms of an inborn error of metabolism until the baby experiences his/her first feeding fast, going off food perhaps as a result of a cold virus or other minor ailment.
What does IBEM stand for?
IBEM stands for Inborn Error of Metabolism
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We have 3 other meanings of IBEM in our Acronym Attic
- International Bio-Environmental Foundation
- International Bitumen Emulsion Federation (production association)
- International Business Exchange Forum (conference)
- Information and Biomedical Engineering Group (UK)
- In-Beam Electron Impact (spectrometry)
- Income before Extraordinary Items (finance)
- Institute of Biometry, Epidemiology and Information Processing (Hannover, Germany)
- International Business Ethics Institute
- Istituto Biblico Evangelico Italiano (Italian: Italian Evangelical Bible Institute; Rome, Italy)
- Interest Bearing Eligible Liabilities
- Indirect Boundary Element Method (electromagnetics)
- International Business & Emerging Markets (University of Edinburgh; UK)
- Integrated Base-level Engine Management System
- Indiana Beef Evaluation Program
- Institut Breton d'Education Permanente (France)
- Instituto Bíblico Evangélico Patagónico
- Instituto Brasileiro de Edições Pedagógicas (Brazil)
- Integrated Border Environmental Plan
- Intensive Business English Program
- International Bowhunter Education Program
Samples in periodicals archive:
An inborn error of metabolism, trimethylaminurea, causes them to smell like rotting fish when they eat high-choline foods.
Hereditary tyrosinemia is a genetic inborn error of metabolism associated with severe liver disease in infancy.