STI

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AcronymDefinition
STISexually Transmitted Infection
STIStraits Times Index
STIScience, Technology and Industry
STISubaru Tecnica International (Tokyo, Japan)
STISuperconductor Technologies Inc.
STISuntrust Banks, Inc (stock symbol)
STIScientific and Technical Issues (working group)
STISubject to Inspection (real estate)
STISciences et Technologies Industrielles (French: Industrial Science and Technology)
STISoftware Technology, Inc.
STISwiss Tropical Institute
STISciences et Techniques Industrielles (French: Science and Technology Industries)
STIShallow Trench Isolation
STIScience, Technology and Innovation
STISingle Table Inheritance
STISt. Ignance (Amtrak station code; St. Ignance, MI)
STISymbol Technologies, Inc.
STISystem Tray Icon (software)
STIStandard Text Interface
STISet Interrupt
STISelf Timed Interface
STISolutions Technology Integrator
STISingle Target Instruction
STIStill Image
STISubaru Tecnica International
STISimple Technology Incorporated
STISustainable Travel International
STISteel Tank Institute
STISpeech Transmission Index
STIShort Term Incentive (structured or unstructured bonus payment)
STISummer Transportation Institute (educational program; US DOT)
STIStructured Treatment Interruption
STISemantic Technology Institute
STISet Interrupt Flag
STISony, Toshiba, IBM (Cell processor alliance)
STISubaru Technica International
STIScrew Thread Insert
STISports Technology International (various locations)
STISoft Tissue Injury
STISega Technical Institute (video game development division; Sega)
STIScientific & Technical Information
STIServ Trayvou Interverrouillage (French security company)
STISarkes Tarzian, Inc. (broadcasting; Indiana)
STISide Turn Indicator (automotive side blinker)
STISoft Tissue Infection (medicine)
STIStar Trek Insurrection (movie)
STIScience and Technology International
STISoftware Testing Institute
STISecurity Threat Information (computer security; UN)
STIShimano Total Integration (bicycle shifting system)
STIStill Image Architecture
STIScientific Technologies Incorporated
STISo That's It?
STISystem Technology Institute
STISpecialized Transportation, Inc.
STISystemic-Theoretical Instruction (education)
STIStrategic Treatment Interruption
STIStrategic Technologies for the Internet
STISports Travel International (UK)
STIService des Thérapies Innovantes (French: Department of Innovative Therapies)
STISantiago, Dominican Republic - Municipal (Airport Code)
STIStandard Tape Interface
STISous-Traitance Industrielle (French: Industrial Subcontracting)
STISingapore Regional Training Institute (IMF)
STISeymour Tubing, Inc. (Seymour, IN)
STISemiconductor Technologies & Instruments
STISteel Tube Institute of North America
STISoftware Thread Integration (computer programming)
STISimulation Technologies, Inc.
STISafety Training Institute
STIService de Santé au Travail de l'Industrie (Luxembourg)
STIScaffold Training Institute
STIStrategic Traffic Information
STISurveillance Test Interval
STISuomen Teologinen Instituutti (Finland)
STISegmenting Track Identifier
STIStructured Telephone Interview
STISoftware Technology Integration
STISpecial Technical Instruction (Royal Australian Air Force)
STISpace Technology Initiative
STISpillman Technologies, Inc (public safety software)
STISubaru Turbo Israel (Israel)
STIStationary Target Indicator
STISummer Theater Institute
STISubterranean Target Identification
STISumming Telephone Interface
STIShared Trigger Interaction
STIStraight Times Interactive (Singapore)
STISpectra Technology Inc.
STISaulog Transit, Inc.
STISpacetech International (Germany)
STISemantic Type Indexing
STISimtec Triad Ionate
STISunny Tech Inc. (computer company)
STISubrate Transmit Interchange (AT&T)
STISyktyvkar Timber Institute (Komi Republic, Russia)
STIStandard Treatment Interruption
STIShort-Time Integration
STISemko Technology Industries
STIShanghai Tea Institute
STIStandard Terminal Interface
STIServicewide Technical Infrastructure
STISearch Technology, Incorporated (Norcross, GA)
STISignal of Technical Interest
STISubaru Technica Institute
References in periodicals archive ?
Of the 15 infected infants, 9 (60%) had a soft tissue infection without blood-stream infections, and the other 6 (40%) had MRSA in blood cultures.
Although soft tissue infection following sclerotherapy may be underreported, large case series have not noted this complication in the past (2,3); this finding suggests that any soft tissue infection following sclerotherapy should be investigated.
MRSA was the etiologic agent in 136 (69%) of the 198 patients hospitalized with a soft tissue infection caused by S.
INTRODUCTION: Necrotising Fasciitis is a potentially fatal rapidly spreading soft tissue infection of polymicrobial origin.
Moreover, virtually all community-acquired MRSA associated with skin and soft tissue infection is susceptible to trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole.
But patients with soft tissue infection and signs of systemic toxicity, hypotension, immunosuppression, and/or renal insufficiency require more extensive evaluation for an etiologic diagnosis and may require inpatient care.
MRSA is becoming an important cause of skin and soft tissue infection in persons in the community (4,5) and has also been implicated in invasive infections such as necrotizing pneumonia (6).
He also presented data from the Integrated Soft Tissue Infection Service clinic, which performs as many as 2,000 incision and drainage procedures and other surgical procedures in the outpatient setting.
Estimates for skin and soft tissue infection visits are based on 3,374 sample records from 1992 through 1994 and 3,941 from 2001 through 2003.
Ceftazidime is a semi-synthetic third-generation cephalosporins antibiotic used for treating sepsis, lower respiratory tract infection, abdominal and biliary tract infection, urinary tract infection and severe skin and soft tissue infection. It is applicable with explicit efficacy to the infection of immunodeficiency patients caused by resistant gram negative bacilli, nosocomial infection and central nervous system infection caused by gram negative bacilli or pseudomonas aeruginosa, concluded the company.
SSTIs constitute around 2.2% of all pneumococcal infections where a breakdown of the normal mucosal barrier plays a major role in the development of bacteraemia and other soft tissue infection. [10] Besides, haemolytic streptococci, Enterococcus spp.
18F-FDG and 18F-FET uptake in experimental soft tissue infection. Eur J Nucl Med.