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ATLANTIS

Alteplase ThromboLysis for Acute Noninterventional Therapy in ischaemic Stroke. A trial testing the efficacy of rt-PA (alteplase) in patients with acute ischaemic stroke when administered between three and five hours after the onset of symptoms. Alteplase had been previously approved for use within three hours of symptoms onset.
 
Primary endpoint
Excellent neurologic recovery at day 90.
 
Conclusion
No rt-PA benefit on 90-day end point in patients treated between three and five hours, but risk of symptomatic ICH increased with rt-PA; rt-PA for stroke should be limited to three hours post-symptom onset.
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Wilkins also claims to have been told of an Atlantean colony that had discovered "some form of physical energy recalling what we now call electromagnetism," which was "comparable in its effects to what science may yet discover relating to an advanced form of nuclear energy of the type we have seen at work, in a still inchoate stage in the atom bomb" (71).
It is Andrew's curiosity that leads him to disobey his godmother's injunction never to open her Atlantean box (23).
He meticulously put together an Atlantean alphabet - with 29 letters - and devised rules of grammar for it.
Wilson and Flem-Ath dispute Chatelaine's rather bizarre conclusion but swallow his assertion wholesale and use it as evidence for an advanced Atlantean civilisation that was wiped out by a natural disaster - the great flood.
Ignatius Donnelly, (1831-1901), whom Ellis calls the most important Atlantean scholar of all time, is the chief architect of Atlantis mythmaking.
For 15,000 years, the Atlanteans were fully aware of the happenings on earth.
Theories about who built it have included the Druids, Greeks, Phoenicians, and Atlanteans.
Inter Malpas, in second spot, also won 11-1 against Atlanteans.
The marine habitat, which is the largest in the world and second only to Mother Nature, includes The Dig, an elaborate underground maze of passageways and rooms representing what life may have been like for Atlanteans more than 11,000 years ago.