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alive

(ə-līv′)
adj.
Having life; living.

a·live′ness n.

alive

(1) Live (referring to electricity).
(2) Not dead.

ALIVE

AIDS
AIDS Linked to Intravenous Experience  A trial which periodically assessed the seroconversion rate of a community-based cohort of 2960 IV drug users recruited in Baltimore in 1988–1989.

Cardiology
(1) AzimiLide post-Infarct surVival Evaluation A study designed to test the efficacy and safety of azimilide (Stedicor®) in preventing sudden death due to arrhythmia post myocardial infarction (MI).
Conclusion Azimilide was safe and effective atrial fibrillation therapy in patients with depressed LV function after an MI. 
(2) Adenosine Lidocaine Infarct Zone Viability Enhancement A trial comparing amiodarone to lidocaine in prehospital ventricular fibrillation evaluation.

ALIVE

AIDS A clinical trial–AIDS Linked to IV Drug Use which periodically assessed the seroconversion rate of a community-based cohort of 2960 IV drug users recruited in Baltimore in 1988-1989. See AIDS, CD4, HIV Cardiology
1. A series of trials–Azimilide Postinfarct Survival Evaluation–designed to test the efficacy and safety of azimilide–Stedicor® in preventing sudden death due to cardiac arrhythmia in post-MI Pts. See ASAP.
2. A clinical trial–Adenosine Lidocaine Infarct Zone Viability Enhancement.

a·live

(ă-līv')
Living; perceptive mentally.
[M.E.]
References in classic literature ?
The friends glanced at one another, and a look of hesitation came into both faces, as though Golenishtchev, unmistakably admiring her, would have liked to say something about her, and could not find the right thing to say, while Vronsky desired and dreaded his doing so.
She felt that his Magic was working all the afternoon and making Colin look like an entirely different boy.
She didn't like the new tone, for though not blase, it sounded indifferent in spite of the look.
If he had stepped back for a spring, taken a leap, and thrown himself in, it would have been no surprising sequel to the look.
She was looking at me then with a look of supreme aversion.
They brought jays here from all over the United States to look down that hole, every summer for three years.
Look, Huck, it's a-scratching its head--don't you see?
He looked as if he might have a secret sorrow, and his wonderful moustache was a dream, and she was a little afraid of that stern yet tender look in his eyes.
He stared at her with a fearful look, and after a while his lips began to form some words, though no sound proceeded from them.
For it is a gale of wind that makes the sea look old.
That's when you give a woman a sum down to look after a baby.
I'm sure the woods look sleepy in the autumn, when the leaves are getting brown.