FRISC

AcronymDefinition
FRISCFragmin and Fast Revascularization During Instability in Coronary Artery Disease (medical trial)
FRISCForth Reduced Instruction Set Computer
FRISCFast Raiding Interceptor and Special Forces Craft (Netherlands)
FRISCFaculty Research Interests Science Comparator (University of Texas Southwestern Computational Biology Group)
FRISCFER (Fakultet elektrotehnike i racunarstva) RISC (microprocessor developed at University in Zagreb, Croatia)
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The order consists of three different types of FRISC design, comprising a boarding craft, a raiding craft and a support craft.
This was evident in the FRISC II trial, which showed a "quite impressive" benefit for the early invasive strategy in men, whereas women--whether they underwent coronary intervention or not--had a prognosis similar to that of men in the early invasive group, noted Dr.
Some of the randomized trials that have proved benefit from this invasive strategy include: TIMI IIIB, FRISC II, RITA 3, and the TACTICS-TIMI 18 (4).
Interestingly, randomization to an early invasive vs conservative strategy had no effect on NT-proBNP changes during the first 6 weeks after NSTEACS in FRISC II (Framingham and Fast Revascularization During Instability in Coronary Artery Disease II) (4).
In a substudy of the FRISC II investigation assessing the potential mechanism for the prognostic capability of troponin, Lindaht et al found that patients with markedly elevated troponin had presented more severe initial electrocardiographic alterations and showed a higher incidence of visible thrombus and complete occlusion of the circumflex artery on coronary angiography14.
TIMI 18 and FRISC II provided compelling support for early cardiac catheterization of high-risk patients and revascularization based upon anatomic findings.
Fragmin in Unstable Coronary Artery Disease (FRISC) Study Group.
"Troponin T identifies patients with unstable coronary artery disease who benefit from longterm antithrombotic protection." Fragmin in Unstable Coronary Artery Disease (FRISC) Study Group.