ARIC


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AcronymDefinition
ARICAtherosclerosis Risk in Communities (Study)
ARICAssociation pour la Recherche Interculturelle (French: Association for Intercultural Research)
ARICAsia Recovery Information Center
ARICAlliance for Rational Intercarrier Compensation
ARICAppliance Recycling Information Center
ARICAcid Rain Information Clearinghouse
ARICATM Radio Interface Card (Newbridge)
ARICAssociate of the Royal Institute of Chemistry
ARICACBAR Resource Information Center
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Participants were asked to fast for 8 h before the blood draw for both ARIC visit 5 and the repeat visit.
In another recent ARIC analysis, a separate group of investigators showed the 20-year incidence of cardiovascular disease was only one-tenth as high in subjects with six of the ideal cardiovascular health components as it was in those with none.
The scope of work includes the creation of data transformation elements to be implemented by Sierra, Metatomix and ARIC member staff.
However, these ARIC findings "certainly tilt the scale" in favor of physician counselling on a case-by-case basis that patients consider making alcohol part of a heart-healthy diet, provided they don't use certain medications or have a strong family or personal history of problem drinking, liver disease, or selected other health problems.
The PLAC test utilized in the ARIC study to measure Lp-PLA2 blood levels is available in the United States.
La ARIC, antes de 1994, era muy poderosa en la region de Las Canadas, pero como resultado del levantamiento zapatista se dividio en dos ramas: la oficial y la independiente.
2012) and HapMap2 CEU reference haplotypes in ARIC, MOPMAP, and WHIMS whites; a 1:1 mix of HapMap2 CEU/YRI in ARIC and WHI SHARe blacks; and all 1000G ancestry samples in SHARe Hispanics.
1], and the prevalence of CKD in the overall ARIC cohort is low], so small changes in the absolute value [e.
Investigators excluded ARIC participants from the stroke study if, at the time they enrolled, they had already suffered a stroke, coronary heart disease, or cancer, since those conditions and their treatment could have confounded the association between stroke and obesity.
Yet these ARIC findings "certainly tilt the scale" in favor of physician counseling on a case-by-case basis that patients consider making alcohol part of a heart-healthy diet, provided they don't use certain medications or have a strong family or personal history of problem drinking, liver disease, or selected other health problems.
As it reenters property & casualty market, ARIC looks to Insurity to enable success
Recently, low concentrations of circulating cardiac troponin T (cTnT), measured with a novel highly sensitive assay, were shown to be strongly associated with HF outcomes in community-based studies, including the ARIC study (9-11).