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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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A governing body that addresses cybersecurity may not necessarily be a regulator, but may take the form of a non-profit or a consortium of large firms that create guidelines for firms, Stich said.
One limitation of the STICH analysis, said session cochair Stephan Achenbach, MD, is that the study population was relatively young overall.
Stich says her group's study finds employers experimenting with benefits such as encouragement of using vacation time, tuition reimbursement and community charity drives.
White rollers are best for seniors and beginners, as they are the least dense and will allow some movement between the muscles, bones and the roller, and thus produce less pressure and pain," says Stich.
Jiri Stich, 35, project engineer, said: "I haven't been to Saltwell Park yet but I want to go there soon.
To compare options one and two, CABG plus medication and medication alone (the second hypothesis}, STICH researchers randomized 1,212 patients to one of these two treatment options.
The results of STICH indicate that the addition of CABG to patients already receiving optimal medical therapy provides a significant mortality and morbidity benefit.
Stich, 40, who was crowned Wimbledon champ in 1991, was critical of today's women players when he said: "Sex is what they sell now, they are interested in looking good.
FORMER champion Michael Stich last night predicted that Andy Murray's Wimbledon dream will end in tears today - because the Scot's second serve is too feeble.
MICHAEL Stich says it's time Andy Murray paid for his own coach - and claims Britain's under-achieving players are spoiled.
Stich, "Water Words: Rhymed And Defined" combines water-related poems with colorful artwork to provide young readers with definitions, information, and interesting facts about water and water related terms such as water cycle, rain, wetlands, condensation, watershed, aquifer, acid rain, precipitation, evaporation, erosion, point source pollution, transpiration, conversation, overdraft, and bodies of water.