ESBL Clearing Protocols?

Answer The emergence of extended-spectrum beta-lactamase, or ESBL, causes problems in hospitals and long-term care facilities, as these germs develop resistance to antibiotics. Patients with ESBL-producin... Read More »

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What Is a Clearing Number?

A clearing number is a banking term that refers to a code used in clearing checks. Each clearing number represents a specific bank. The term is typically used in Europe and is equivalent to the ban... Read More »

How to Do Emotional Clearing?

Emotional Clearing is the practice of bringing awareness to our mental and emotional compulsions and reactions in order to "heal" them or integrate them. Sometimes referred to as Shadow Work and Su... Read More »

What Is a Clearing Agreement?

Clearing agreements mean two broad and very different things: Clearing member trade agreements and bilateral clearing agreements. Clearing member trade agreements are between an investor and a brok... Read More »

What is a clearing broker dealer?

A clearing broker dealer is a financial professional responsible for acting as a broker (handling transactions and investment accounts between investors and clearing houses) and a dealer (handling... Read More »