Clinical end points
in coronary stent trials: A case for standardized definitions.
The second issue has been addressed in H.239 by an inelegant solution: For multipoint conferencing, only one end point
in the conference can send the additional graphics channel to all other end points
It's important to sew to the exact end point
and precisely at the foldline.
Data Source: This was a newly analyzed secondary end point
in the randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled PREEMPT trials, which included 1,384 patients at 122 sites.
* Most enterprises deploying a telephony system choose to deploy the same vendors' end points
. However, as the standard matures, it will support more of these advanced telephony features that proprietary protocols support and SIP end points
will become more functional in third-party platforms.
Respect for a patient's rights requires that the patient has a significant voice in determining end points
Two of these standards efforts, in particular, are designed to help reduce latency at the end points
by lessening the impact of the TCP/IP transmission protocol that sits atop Ethernet.
But the galantamine-treated patients did experience significantly greater improvement in executive function, a secondary study end point
, than did the placebo group.
This level of granularity helps ensure that mobile end points
do not become a risk to the network.
The marked reduction in clinical end points
in ASCOT was evident during the first year on atorvastatin and was unrelated to baseline cholesterol level.
For example, Arabic numbers themselves contain numbers of end points
that can be used to count that many items.
Once the start and end points
for the scan are input, the operator can do other tasks.