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AcronymDefinition
ESUSExtended Stroke Unit Service (medicine)
ESUSEnglish-Speaking Union Scotland (UK)
ESUSEnhanced Single Unix Specification
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Those using Windows 7 Enterprise would normally be paying $25 per machine during the first year of ESUs, while staying on Windows 7 Pro starts at $50.
Two recently launched randomized controlled trials, Rivaroxaban versus Aspirin in Secondary Prevention of Stroke and Prevention of Systemic Embolism in Patients With Recent Embolic Stroke of Undetermined Source (NAVIGATE ESUS) and Dabigatran Etexilate for Secondary Stroke Prevention in Patients with Embolic Stroke of Undetermined Source (RE-SPECT ESUS), will assess the efficacy of rivaroxaban and dabigatran, respectively, compared to aspirin in secondary prevention of cryptogenic stroke specifically in ESUS patients.
Regarding the total number of consultations in the ESF, also calculated from the validation protocol that combines eSUS, SIAB and SIA for each eSF, the research identified a 29% increase in the number of medical consultations when compared to the months of January 2013 and January 2015.
Bayer AG (ETR: BAYN) has prematurely ended its Phase 3 NAVIGATE ESUS study investigating the expansion of Xarelto's indication into the treatment of recent embolic stroke of undetermined source, Pharmafile reported on Friday.
Aim of our study is to identify imaging parameters which are associated with ESUS and the new diagnosis of AF in acute stroke patients to find another approach of identifying patients with embolic stroke which are likely to benefit from oral anticoagulation even in the absence of a definite diagnosis of an embolic source.
To ensure safe ESU operation, the QA-ES provides connections and load configurations to measure HF leakage from both grounded and isolated equipment.
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Direct injury from partial detachment (and resulting increased current density) of the dispersive electrode is largely eliminated with most modern ESUs if used with specialized electrodes designed to shut off the generator if not properly applied to the patients.
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Yuen said, "The officers standing before you today come from LOGSUs, EOD ESUs, Navy Cargo Handling Battalions, Seabee Battalions, and other Special Warfare commands.
These efforts have coincided with an increased use of ESUs and lasers in the operating room, which has led to greater exposure to surgical smoke plume generated by those devices.
The exception to this lack of structuration are the Himalayan and Indian populations that form two haplogroups that can be considered independent ESUs each and isolated from the rest of the populations of North America, Europe and the rest of Asia (Pilot et al., 2010) (Fig.