recurrent event


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Furthermore, the necessity of controlling for recurrent events limited the scope of factors that could be evaluated in multivariate analyses.
Among patients taking prasugrel, there were 58 recurrent events compared with 115 recurrent events in the clopidogrel group.
The objective of our report is to qualitatively and quantitatively synthesize the available literature on therapy to prevent recurrent events in young patients with ischemic stroke and PFO.
Close to 15% of people who have a transient ischemic attack will experience a stroke within the next 3 months, with a 6% risk of a recurrent event in the first 2 days, according to findings from a large population-based study that included both whites and blacks.
21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- A new, pre-specified analysis of the landmark Phase III head-to-head TRITON-TIMI 38 study showed patients who took prasugrel for acute coronary syndromes (ACS) managed with an artery-opening procedure known as percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) and had survived their first cardiovascular event and then suffered a subsequent event, were 35 percent less likely to have a recurrent event (composite endpoint of heart attack, stroke or cardiovascular death) than those who took clopidogrel (10.
People's Republic of China (Shanghai), with the creation of a joint venture with the Chinese conference leader and the optimization of a recurrent event schedule, combined with the creation of new product lines based on the naseba model.
The hospital also hosts several recurrent events, including SCAN, a Child Abuse & Neglect Training for Pennsylvania-licensed Mandated Reporters, and "A Day with the Newborn," a symposium designed to provide practitioners who care for newborns with the most up-to-date knowledge of issues that are commonly encountered in critically ill neonates.
CSL112 holds the potential to work quickly to reduce early recurrent events, thereby addressing a substantial unmet medical need.
NNA - Kataeb Party upped calls on Monday to dissociate Lebanon from the ongoing conflicts sweeping the region and to keep it away from the existing axes, warning of the dangers of the recurrent events that have recently jolted national security.
A vast amount of new research is revealing new and improved ways to protect patients with an ischemic stroke or transient ischemic attack from having recurrent events and further brain damage," Walter Kernan, M.
TSX: RVX) today announced new information arising from its ongoing analysis of data from both the SUSTAIN and ASSURE trials in atherosclerotic patients with high risk for recurrent events.
1) Recognizing and treating these recurrent events present a series of particular challenges for patients and doctors.
Our studies have demonstrated that PradaxaA offers an effective treatment with significant safety benefits compared to warfarin both for acute treatment as well as in the long-term prevention of recurrent events.
Nevertheless, complacency is a bad option, as while major earthquakes can release tension between the earth's tectonic plates and potentially reduce the risk of recurrent events, they can equally destabilise faults.
Many householders are facing increased insurance premiums and the council, working hard to cope with these recurrent events, is running out of solutions as the Town Moor becomes ever more waterlogged.
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