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Should We Intervene Following Thrombolysis trial. A clinical trial comparing delayed elective intervention and conservative strategies after tPA/antistreplase thrombolysis in patients with acute MI
Conclusion Early routine intervention has no advantage over conservative management after tPA in patients with acute MI
SWIFT Cardiology A clinical trial–Should We Intervene Following Thrombolysis–comparing delayed elective intervention and conservative strategies after tPA/antistreplase thrombolysis in Pts with acute MI. See Acute myocardial infarction, Coronary angioplasty, tPA.
Patient discussion about SWIFT
Q. every alternate day i go through a swift mood change from a very high depression. I am facing some problem and I need help. Every alternate day I go through a swift mood change from a very high depression on one day to a high happiness on the other day. It remains constant for couple of days and then again my mood swings either to a high depression or to a good level happiness. When in happy mood I feel on top. When I feel very depressed I start harming myself and it goes to the extent to bang my head on the wall. Many times I will cry so much that the very next day my eyes burns with irritation and pain. Is all this normal? I think I am getting bipolar.
A. I would suggest going to your doctor and asking to speak to someone. Perhaps start with a theropist so you will have someone to talk to and can teach you to manage your stress. If you are experiencing bipolar episodes the theropist may be able to recognize the symptoms and suggest you see a psychiatrist as well. Try not to self diagnose yourself, tell your doctor that you have been having some hard times and would like someone to talk to and go from there. I wish you well.More discussions about SWIFT
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The 13% overnight decrease in mass detected is the highest rate reported for Apodidae
Nestling growth of Mariana Swiftlets and other swiftlets is typically slower than in other Apodidae
and post-asymptotic weight recession is minimal (<10%; estimated from Langham 1980, Bryant and Tatner 1990, Tarburton 1993a, Lee and Kang 1994).
pacifica, Pacific Imperial c c Pigeon Ducula bakeri, Vanuatu Imperial Pigeon u c (E) Psittacidae Trichoglossus haematodus massena, c c Rainbow Lorikeet Charmosyna palmarum, Palm Lorikeet (e) -- r Cuculidae Chrysococcvx lucidus lavardi, Shining u r Bronze-Cuckoo Apodidae
Collocalia esculenta uropygialis, Glossy c c Swiftlet Collocalia v.