effective stroke

effective stroke

the rapid forward movement of cilia.
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Boylike, Harvey imitated all the men by turns, till he had combined Disko's peculiar stoop at the wheel, Long Jack's swinging overhand when the lines were hauled, Manuel's round-shouldered but effective stroke in a dory, and Tom Platt's generous Ohio stride along the deck.
Every act of ours, the most criminal, the most mad presupposes a balance of thought, feeling and will, like a correct attitude for an effective stroke in a game.
A preoral band of cilia, the prototroch, encircles the larva and beats with an effective stroke from anterior to posterior.
"There are effective stroke prevention treatments, but detection of AF is so difficult that catching on the potential of a stroke early on through the machine can greatly reduce the incidence.
Community-based existing awareness studies assessing baseline knowledge attitude and practices are essential for effective stroke prevention and control strategies.
"Several highly effective stroke therapies--tissue plasminogen activator (tPA), which is used to dissolve clots that block blood vessels in the brain, and activated factor VIIa, which limits bleeding within the brain--must be administered within about 4.5 hours after the onset of a stroke.
"Wake-up strokes" are a huge impediment to effective stroke therapy.
The American Heart Association/ American Stroke Association has identified the following as essential to effective stroke care: promote delivery of expert care, review performance measurement of clinical outcomes, support patient self-management and education, manage stroke program initiatives, and ensure clinical information management and compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (Cronin, 2013; NINDS, 2014).
Effective stroke factor intervention offers a real hope of reducing stroke morbidity and mortality.
Fortunately, there are many more options for effective stroke prevention therapy than there were 10 years ago, such as new oral anticoagulants that don't require frequent blood draws and that are replacing warfarin therapy for many patients.
The trigger's effective stroke was shortened, the hammer fell earlier than it previously had, and the firing pin tried to beat it's way past a spring-loaded plunger that had not yet been lifted sufficiently to clear the pin's path.
Doojin Kim, MD, associate professor of neurology at UCLA Medical Center and director of the Santa Monica-UCLA Stroke Program, points to a "quadruple whammy" of modifiable stroke risk factors--high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and high blood sugar--and says that being proactive in addressing these (as well as quitting smoking) is key for effective stroke prevention.

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