PCIS


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PCIS

Abbreviation for patient care information system, the interactive computer system used to store medical records in a hospital.

PCIS

Abbreviation for:
patient care information systems
point-of-care information system
post-cardiac injury syndrome
Primary Care Information System
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PCI data were obtained from the ORPKI Polish National PCI Registry, reported the study published in the journal, 'ESC Congress 2019.'
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He was of the view that one should not perform non-culprit PCI with PPCI in certain conditions.
This process, that will also consider the joint communique issued in Nicosia in late February whereby the European Commission and Cyprus authorities reiterated their full support for the timely implementation of EuroAsia Interconnector as a PCI, could take months to conclude.
Patients who were going PCI for CTO in our study duration, were included in our study.
"In patients with CTO-related angina that does not respond to medical therapy, PCI can produce symptom relief similar to that obtained by CABG and reduce rates of all-cause mortality, major adverse cardiac events and the need for subsequent CABG."
The researchers found that participants had higher annual PCI volumes among Medicare patients than non-participants in 2014 (median, 31 versus 17).
He believes that this system will become the standard of best practice in Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) for bifurcation lesions in the years to come.
He said that 80 angiographies, 101 early invasives, nine elective PCI, and 114 primary PCI procedures had been performed there.
The Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17093 for PCis available to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring and for those who have opted to Skip Ahead.
In the primary analysis of the original study, the mortality risk was compared between patients with in- and outpatient PCIs using a multivariable Cox regression with the following covariables: year of cohort entry, age at cohort entry (continuous), sex, number of diseases of the ECM, past acute coronary syndrome, coronary artery disease, dyslipidemia, past stroke, and past acute bypass surgery.