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ASIS

(1) Active Site Inhibited 7 A trial designed to identify a clinically-effective and safe dosage range of FFR-FVlla (ASIS), a tissue-factor inhibitor, during PCI.
Conclusion FFR-rFVIIa1 tissue factor inhibitor at 400 mg/kg allows PCI at lowered heparin, less ischaemia but greater (generally mild) bleeding.
(2) Angina and Silent Ischemia Study A trial that asked which was the most effective monotherapy—propranolol, diltiazem, or nifedipine—for reducing the frequency and duration of episodic asymptomatic ischaemia in patients with stable exertional angina.
Conclusion It’s difficult to correlate one with another. Different measures of ischaemia (e.g., ambulatory ischemia assessed by ambulatory ECG monitoring, performance on exercise test, and anginal symptoms) are independent. Efficacy for each clinical end point must be assessed separately when considering response to a particular drug treatment.

ASIS

Abbreviation for anterior superior iliac spine.

ASIS,

n anterior superior iliac spine; the hip bones located towards the front of the body. During evaluation, a practitioner examines the right and left bones to determine the presence and type of dysfunction.
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An operator looking at an item will be able to input his observations immediately using ASIS MHP, eliminating errors introduced when there is a lapse between the time the observation is made and the time it is input.
Eugene Garfield, esteemed scientist and founder of ISI (Institute for Scientific Information), recently became the current president of ASIS.
The ASIS International Law Enforcement Liaison Council facilitates an ongoing environment for members to engage in the development, research, and implementation of programs and activities which foster cooperation and partnership between the public law enforcement and private sector security professionals in the US and abroad.
ASIS International is the preeminent organization for security professionals.
ASIS counts among its membership some 4,000 information specialists from such fields as computer science, linguistics, management, librarianship, engineering, law, medicine, chemistry, and education.
ASIS will present a free session entitled "Building Career Competencies and Professional Recognition.
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We are especially pleased to join ISI, an ASIS member and recognized leader in the creation of citation indexes, to support research in citation analysis.
ASIS International announces that the Department of Homeland Security has selected the ANSI/ASIS Organizational Resilience American National Standard as one of three sets of standards to be adopted as a national preparedness standard for private-sector entities as part of the DHS PS-Prep program.
A member of the ASIS Greater Charlotte Chapter, Skipper entered the private security industry in 2002 after nearly 30 years of service with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department in North Carolina.
Geoff McKim, manager of information systems at SLIS, and Javed Mostafa, assistant professor of information science at the school, collaborated with Peter Solomon and Richard Hill of ASIS to develop the site.
ASIS and National Association of Professional Background Screeners collaborate on guideline revision