PCIS


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AcronymDefinition
PCISPatient Care Information System
PCISPayment Card Industry Standards
PCISPost-Cardiac Injury Syndrome
PCISPlymouth Community Intermediate School (Plymouth, MA)
PCISPartnership for Critical Infrastructure Security (incorporated 2001)
PCISPhenix City Intermediate School (Phenix City, AL)
PCISPortable Common Interface Set
PCISPinnacles Component Information Standard
PCISPosition and Classification Information System
PCISPacific Center for International Studies
PCISPacific Coast Information Systems Ltd. (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
PCISPalliative Care Information Service (Windsor, Queensland, Australia)
PCISPrimary Containment Isolation System
PCISPlan Check and Inspection System (Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety; California)
PCISProcess Control Interactive System
PCISProduction Control Information System
PCISPavement Condition Information System (UK)
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All patients underwent stent insertion (percutaneous coronary intervention; PCI) to open arteries blocked due to acute coronary syndromes (heart attack or unstable angina).
Separate from the thermal RLFs, big improvements in 5G NR performance can come from better mappings of LTE PCIs used for the 5G NR anchor and increased uplink coverage.
Najeeb's patient was a seventy two years old male in which primary PCI was performed.
The meeting, called to review all current and prospective projects to be included in the next Union List of PCIs in November, decided to postpone its conclusions until after questions had been answered by all stakeholders.
Projects selected as PCIs can automatically benefit from several advantages, including an accelerated permit granting and improved regulatory treatment.
When this occurs, angioplasty and stenting (percutaneous coronary intervention, or PCI) or coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) may be advised to help manage symptoms.
The project is being performed by Edison, an EDF Group company, and Greece's Depa with about e1/435 million in funding from the EC, as a project of common interest (PCI).
All patients who underwent elective percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) for stable coronary artery disease were included in the study.
WEDNESDAY, May 16, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Current percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) public reporting programs could have negative effects, with physicians avoiding PCI in high-risk patients, according to a study published online May 9 in JAMA Cardiology.
Stents are used in a procedure called a Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI).
It performed some 88 procedures: 88 angiographies, 10 early invasives, two elective PCIs and 69 primary PCIs.