TIPSS

AcronymDefinition
TIPSSTotal Information Processing Support Services
TIPSSTransjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Stent Shunt (hypertension management)
TIPSSThe Integrated Parts and Service System (software system)
TIPSSTreasury Information Processing Support Services
TIPSSTraining for Intervention Procedures by Servers of Alcohol (Oregon, USA; also seen as TIPS)
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A larger study, evaluating NSBB or TIPSS by PC-MRA and contemporaneous HVPG measurement, is now required to determine the true value of noninvasive MRI in this setting.
Today, BMS and self-expanding stent-grafts are routinely used for TIPS.[sup][8],[9] The Viatorr [sup][R] stent-graft significantly improved the shunt function with decreased numbers of revisions.[sup][8],[9],[10] However, shunt dysfunction is still a major drawback of TIPSs.
Compared with the statistics [Table 2] from the TIPSs with a Viatorr [sup][R] stent-graft, the primary 2-year patency rate for both groups (90% for Group I vs.
Perkins' new TIPSS system is aimed to give customers a more effective global parts and service support network.
Operated via a desktop or out in the field, TIPSS integrates parts book and service data, a diagnostic guide, electronic service tool, electronic global ordering and Perkins interactive training.
This simplified method win apply to TIPSs not stripped into principal and interest components.
[sup][2] Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunts (TIPSs) are currently widely used to prevent or control variceal rebleeding for it could serve as a bridge to hepatic transplantation or fit for patients who are in need of portal decompression.
Further evaluation in humans is needed to evaluate the feasibility, efficacy, and safety, as well as comparison of this theoretically promising alternative to the conventional TIPSS.
Perkins has launched a new electronic parts and service system called TIPSS. TIPSS is a family of multilingual Perkins' software packages that provides registered users with rapid access via a straightforward question-and-answer process to the most probable diagnoses for any given symptom.