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AcronymDefinition
SEESouth East(ern) Europe
SEESoftware Engineering Environment
SEESpecial Extended Edition (DVD)
SEEScience and Engineering Education
SEESchool of Engineering and Electronics (various universities)
SEESingle Event Effect
SEESistema Educativo Estatal (Spanish: State Education System; Mexico)
SEESocial, Environmental and Ethical
SEEStudies in Economics and Econometrics
SEEStandard Error of Estimate (also seen as Sy.x)
SEESigning Exact English
SEESpazio Economico Europeo (Italian: European Economic Area )
SEESquare Enix Europe (video games)
SEESymantec Endpoint Encryption (software)
SEESpecial Enrollment Examination (US IRS)
SEESecondary Electron Emission
SEESouth East Employers (UK)
SEESignificant Emotional Event (psychology)
SEESecure Execution Environment
SEESingle Event Effects
SEESystemic Embolic Event (atrial fibrillation)
SEESecure Electronic Environment (New Zealand)
SEEStatement of Environmental Effects
SEEService de l'Energie de l'Etat (Luxembourg)
SEESociété Pour l'Expansion des Exportations (Canadian export development corporation)
SEEService Execution Environment (Magellan)
SEESociety of Environmental Engineers
SEEStratégie Européenne pour l'Emploi (French: European Employment Strategy; EU)
SEESurgical Eye Expeditions
SEESociety of Eco-Engineering (Japan)
SEEStereoElectronic Effects
SEESenior Environmental Employment (EPA program)
SEESmall Earnings Exception (UK)
SEEStudent Educational Experience (NASA)
SEESmall Emplacement Excavator
SEESystems Engineering Environment
SEESave the Environment Ethiopia
SEESchool of Excellence in Education (San Antonio, Texas)
SEESeeing Essential English
SEESprint Exclusive Entertainment
SEESpace Exploration Engineering
SEESpace Environment and Effects (NASA)
SEEStaphylococcal Enterotoxin E (immunology)
SEESolar EUV Experiment
SEESocial Economy Europe (EU)
SEESearch, Evaluate, Execute (motorcycle riding decision making)
SEESchool of Experiential Education
SEESenior Environmental Employee
SEESecondary Escape Estimation (data compression)
SEESpecific Effective Energy
SEEStandard End-Effector (aeronautics)
SEESimulation Execution Environment
SEEStandard Error Event
SEESchool for Educational Enrichment
SEEStatic Excitation Equipment
SEESociety of Electronic Engineers
SEESensory Environments Evaluation
SEESociété des Eaux de l'Essonne (French water company)
SEESection d'Etudes Européennes (French: Section for European Studies)
SEESociety for Environment and Education
SEESystems Effectiveness Engineering
SEESociety of Experimental Engineers
SEESyndicat des Employés d'Electrolima (French)
SEESupplemental Electromagnetic Emission
SEESynthetic Environment Exercise
SEESpatially Enabled Electronic
SEESociety of Earthbound Extraterrestrials (Berkeley, California and Edmonton, Alberta)
SEESensor Environmental Enclosure
SEESpectrometer for Energetic Electrons
SEESoftware and Systems Engineering Essentials
SEESupplementary Electronics Equipment
SEESociété d'Etudes et d'Expansion (Society of Study and Expansion; Belgium)
SEESocialist Economy Expert
SEEService Electronique Engineering (French: Electronic Engineering Service)
SEESéminaires d'Ecologie et d'Evolution (French: Seminars in Ecology and Evolution)
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The researchers found that the adjusted risks for stroke or systemic embolic event (SSEE) were similar for patients without versus with liver disease (adjusted hazard ratio, 0.90; 95 percent confidence interval [CI], 0.67 to 1.22), but patients with liver disease more often had major bleeding (adjusted hazard ratio, 1.38; 95 percent CI, 1.10 to 1.74).
The alert resulted in a 55% relative risk reduction in a composite outcome of death, MI, cerebrovascular event, and systemic embolic event at 90 days (11.3% vs.
For the primary efficacy outcome evaluating the composite of stroke, systemic embolic event, myocardial infarction, and cardiovascular mortality, edoxaban demonstrated a similar incidence compared to enoxaparin/warfarin (0.5% vs.
E-Paradoxical embolism--Present with sudden systemic embolic event such as stroke, RV dysfunction is rare and is treated with Anticoagulation +/- closure of right -left cardiac shunt.
The patients with the highest risk of stroke were those with a history of stroke, transient ischemic attack, or systemic embolic event. Of the 196 patients in this group, 39% received no warfarin (21% received aspirin but no warfarin).
Patients on apixaban had significantly fewer strokes and systemic embolic events, as well as significantly fewer major bleeds, compared with patients treated with one of the other DOACs (Stroke.
ENSURE-AF's primary efficacy endpoint was a composite of stroke, systemic embolic events, myocardial infarction and cardiovascular mortality, which occurred in five patients receiving Lixiana 60/30mg versus 11 in the enoxaparin-warfarin group.
* Patients prescribed rivaroxaban had slightly lower rates of ischemic stroke or systemic embolic events than warfarin users at one year (3.0% vs.
Treatment for patients with IVNC should be directed at the management of left ventricular systolic impairment where present; the detection, treatment and prevention of arrhythmias; and the prevention of systemic embolic events. [13, 14] In addition to treatment with angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, [beta]-blockers and, where appropriate, diuretics and/or digoxin.
The FDA committee voted nine to one to recommend approval of the product for the reduction in risk of stroke and systemic embolic events in patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation.
Over the course of an average of 44 [+ or -] 39 months, the authors report pulmonary emboli in 9%, systemic embolic events in 21%, ventricular tachycardia in 41%, and significant heart failure either necessitating transplantation or causing death in 24% of patients.
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