MADIT


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MADITMulticenter Automatic Defibrillator Implantation Trial
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The student's spokesman, Julius Zindiah Madit, said they had been forced to occupy the embassy after a delay in their bursaries had led to them being evicted from their university accommodation by Egyptian authorities.
The CMS decision not to cover the devices in patients with QRS intervals less than 120 milliseconds ignited heated controversy, since it was based on a subgroup analysis drawn from results of the abbreviated second Multicenter Automatic Defibrillator Implantation Trial (MADIT II).
Daniel Madit Kuol Madut > a senior programme officer in South Sudan's Federal Ministry of Health
Four-year-old twins Hanger and Madit plus 16-month-old Bol drowned while sister Aluel, now seven, was saved from Lake Gladman in Melbourne, Australia, in 2015.
But Guode's 16-month-old son, Bol, and four-year-old twins, Hanger, and her brother, Madit, died.
Once a slave, however, she was expected to work in the fields, collect firewood, fetch water and carry out sundry other tasks (korojo o gon do baparai, gon lap luton, aig, uno), for which she received clothing and food (tagon do makan gala gaji o), as her only "wage." In addition to debt-slaves, slaves of the Sagol group (sang sagol) from Ulu Tutong, or of the Madit tribe (sang madit) from Ulu Belait, were mentioned as having been acquired and sold by the Dusuns.
David chuti Madit, the head of the union entity for the disabled group in Jonglei, told journalists that intended to prioritise education, among several other considerations.
In the MADIT II study, the patients with acute coronary syndrome or episodes of tachycardia and/or ventricular fibrillation after enrolling showed a higher incidence of ES.
Os autores sugerem que esses deficits estejam diretamente relacionados ao uso da combinacao MADIT (metotrexato, citarabina e dexametasona intratecal), drogas administradas pela via intratecal que atingem o fluido cerebro-espinhal (FCE).
The number of patients with implantable devices has been growing steadily, mainly because indications for ICD shifted from secondary to primary prevention of sudden death [4] (for more details refer to Multicenter Automatic Defibrillator Implantation Trial II (MADIT II) [5]).
Sandra, Madit, and Ismail are among three of StARS student success stories.