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APSAC

Acylated plasminogen streptokinase complex, Antistreplase®, Eminase® Cardiology A thrombolytic prepared from streptokinase and human plasminogen, the active site of which is acylated to block activation by other plasma proteins, while retaining fibrin-binding capacity. See Thrombolytic therapy. Cf Streptokinase, tPA.
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After reviewing the WHO PSE profile data collection tool, meeting was held with APSACS Directorate as well as with administration of the school about the research, its objectives, confidentiality/anonymity of data and the participants required to fill the questionnaire.
After the APSAC attack, few immediate steps taken within hours when the Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Shareif arranged a meeting with the Afghanistan Government and the American military command for mutual understanding on the eradication of TTP.
In an address to these affected and assembled Shi'ite gathering, APSAC central leaders Allama Mirza Yousuf Hussain, Syed Sagheer Abid Razavi, Syed Ali Aosat, Sohail Mirza and Hassan Sagheer Abedi said: On the one hand, Shi'ites of Imam Ali are continuously being target killed and, on the other hand, a series of state torture has also been started again.
Lanning, "A Law Enforcement Perspective on the Compliant Child Victim," The APSAC Advisor 14, no.
"Ritual abuse" was that term, and although there has never been a consensus definition of it, generally it is understood to refer to sexual abuse that is systematic, stylized and terrorizing, and that is carried out in the context of satanic, occult or magical rituals (APSAC, 1996).
Currently, several thrombolytic agents such as streptokinase, urokinase, prourokinase, reteplase (r-PA), alteplase (t-PA), reptilase, brinase and anisoylated purified streptokinase activator complex (APSAC) are available for clinical use (1).
The GREAT trial showed a substantially lower mortality at 1 year among patients randomized to prehospital anistreplase (APSAC) at 10.4% compared with 21.6% among those treated in hospital (3).
Fibrinolytic agents include urokinase (Abbokinase[R]), tenecteplase (TNKase[R]), streptokinase (Streptase[R], Kabikinase[R]), alteplase (Cathflo[R], Activase[R], t-PA), reteplase (Retavase[R]), and anistreplase (Eminase[R], APSAC).
July 23-26: APSAC Colloquium: American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children; Orlando, FL; tricia-williams@ouhsc.edu www.apsac.org
Reporting of Child Maltreatment, in THE APSAC HANDBOOK ON CHILD
Saywitz et al., Interviewing Children In and Out of Court: Current Researclz and Practice Implications, in APSAC HANDBOOK ON CHILD MALTREATMENT (John E.B.