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STICH

Cardiology A clinical trial–Surgical Treatment for IntraCerebral Hemorrhage

STICH

Acronym for Surgical Trial in Intracerebral Haemorrhage, an international randomised trial designed to compare the results of early surgery and conservative treatment in cases of spontaneous supratentorial haematomas. A trial report in 2005 suggested that early surgery offered no benefit, but technical advances in surgery are thought likely to challenge this view.
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Stich says her group's study finds employers experimenting with benefits such as encouragement of using vacation time, tuition reimbursement and community charity drives.
Jiri Stich, 35, project engineer, said: "I haven't been to Saltwell Park yet but I want to go there soon.
The results of STICH indicate that the addition of CABG to patients already receiving optimal medical therapy provides a significant mortality and morbidity benefit.
Mr Stich added: "Together, BT and Counterpane can deliver the holistic approach needed to face today's security threats, encompassing people, processes and technology.
Frankel also saddled Rolly Polly for the Grade 3 Monrovia Handicap later on the card, but the 11-10 favourite finished seventh of 12 behind winner Lil Sister Stich, ridden by Laffit Pincay Jr.
Frankel provided the shouting later in the afternoon after Rolly Polly finished seventh in the roughly run Monrovia Handicap won by Lil Sister Stich.
BORIS Becker and Michael Stich wrote Germany's Davis Cup history in the 1980s and 1990s but their roles in more recent chapters have been far from comfortable.
Michael Stich confirmed in Dusseldorf yesterday he would not play in the French Open next week.
Many of these activities have been used for recreational purposes with a variety of clientele including persons with long-term mental illness (Banaka & Young, 1985; Berman & Anton, 1988; McClung, 1984; Stich & Senior, 1984), mental retardation (Dillenschneider, 1983), substance abuse (Gass & McPhee, 1990; Stich & Gaylor, 1983), and hearing impairments (Luckner, 1988).
The main organizer of this version was independent curator Sidra Stich, who also wrote the nearly 300-page accompanying monograph.
Stich and his co-workers report that weekly ingestion of 200,000 international units (IU) of vitamin A caused leukoplakia shrinkage in 12 of the 21 study participants given the vitamin alone.