CATIE

AcronymDefinition
CATIECentro Agronómico Tropical de Investigación y Enseñanza (Costa Rica)
CATIECanadian Aids Treatment Information Exchange
CATIEClinical Antipsychotic Trials of Intervention Effectiveness (National Institute of Mental Health study)
CATIECommunity AIDS Treatment Information Exchange (Réseau communautaire d'info-traitements sida)
CATIECollaborative for the Advancement of Teaching Interpreting Excellence (St. Catherine University; Minnesota)
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CATIE ha estado clonando hlbridos FI durante anos, pero en un simposio del Proyecto Regional realizado en julio, investigadores brasilenos del Insituto Agronomico de Campinas, Universidad Federal de Vi$osa, y Empresa de Pesquia Agropecuaria de Campinas presentaron CATIE con 17 variedades de Sarchimores, Cavimores, y Cadmores, todos de cuales son resistentes a la roya.
CATIE is an award-winning multimedia and self-service technology that functions as an intercom, message center, electronic bulletin board and concierge.
The CATIE study showed that 36% of men and 51% of women with schizophrenia have metabolic syndrome, compared with only 19% of adult men and 25% of adult women in the general population, said Dr.
First, the CATIE study looks at only one of the first-generation antipsychotics, and the researchers chose in perphenazine a drug with lower potency and lower risk of adverse effects than others in the class, he says: "They didn't bring in haloperidol, which was the most widely used of the typicals.
ARS and CATIE are excited to have at their conference this distinguished scientist, who has a lengthy list of honors, accomplishments, and work experience.
The event's program recognized recent major gifts made to The Tropics Foundation in support of CATIE.
CATIE included 1,493 patients with schizophrenia recruited from 57 clinical facilities in the United States.
Members of international hotel and lodging associations and IHMRS attendees will have the opportunity to learn how SARA and CATIE can help their facilities prevent loss of life, property, business and convenience, while at the same time offering an amenity and communication tool to their guests.
The National Institute of Mental Health-funded CATIE study addressed this issue.
Concerns about the metabolic effects of these drugs, particularly in light of the CATIE data on the excess cardiovascular risk in schizophrenia, prompted the American Diabetes Association and the American Psychiatric Association to convene a consensus conference on antipsychotic drugs and obesity and diabetes in February 2004.