The flow of Sudanese youngsters- both males and females- to join ISIS has become a recurrent event
this year with authorities in Khartoum seemingly unable to stop it.
He added the Commission was not unduly concerned by the cutoff of Ukraine's gas supplies -- a recurrent event
-- as stocks were comfortable.
He added the Commission was not unduly concerned at the latest Russian cutoff of Ukraine's gas supplies -- a recurrent event
In addition, estimates of adjusted rates of MS relapse were examined via the Andersen-Gill recurrent event
adaptation to the Cox proportional hazards model, a commonly used method for time-to-event analyses.
But those who study war dispassionately, as a recurrent event
with no moral content, have observed a certain mathematical pattern: that of "epidemicity," or the tendency of war to spread in the manner of an infectious disease.
A general class of models for recurrent event
data given by Pena and Hollander (2002) is considered.
The researchers concluded that men with diabetes taking insulin had a 70 percent increased risk for a first cardiovascular event compared to men with a known history of CVD having a recurrent event
The likelihood of a first coronary event in high-risk asymptomatic patients is roughly comparable to that of a recurrent event
in patients with established coronary disease, said Dr.
A new, pre-specified analysis of the landmark Phase III head-to-head TRITON-TIMI 38 study showed patients who took prasugrel for acute coronary syndromes (ACS) managed with an artery-opening procedure known as percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) and had survived their first cardiovascular event and then suffered a subsequent event, were 35 percent less likely to have a recurrent event
(composite endpoint of heart attack, stroke or cardiovascular death) than those who took clopidogrel (10.
This analysis concluded that, for all patients except those with the lowest risk of a recurrent event
, surgery or anticoagulation appear to be reasonable therapeutic options.
Prevalence of risk factors, co-morbidities, utilization of secondary prevention therapies and adherence to guidelines all influence the recurrent event
Atherothrombosis is a disease affecting the whole arterial system and we should be aware that having an atherothrombotic event in one vascular bed not only increases the risk of a recurrent event
but also the risk of another event elsewhere.