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  More About DIPS. - Integrating Distance Per Stroke Technique Drills and Concepts into Training, Utilising On-going ...
Ongoing assessment of stroke counts is one of the simplest forms of assessment in swimming, however, it may have the most benefit to performance.
When discussing the results of the initial test related to stroke rate and stroke count with the swimmer, attention should also be focused on the increased number of strokes, hence the shorter the distance per stroke as the rate increased.
Stroke counts and distance per stroke comments should be discussed with the swimmer after the race and recorded for future use.
www.coachesinfo.com /category/swimming/299   (2409 words)

 radical Information Center - free radicals
Following the "radical-and-stroke-count" method of Mei Yingzuo, characters are listed by their radical and then ordered by the number of strokes needed to write them.
Count the number of brush or pen strokes in the non-radical portion of the character.
Though radicals are widely accepted as a method to categorize Chinese characters and to locate a certain character in a dictionary, there is no universal agreement about either the exact number of radicals, or the set of preventing free radicals radical sr3 for sale radicals.
www.scipeeps.com /Sci-Linguistic_Topics_R_-_T/radical.html   (2598 words)

 Acute Ischemic Stroke: Stroke Center at University Hospital, Newark, New Jersey
Ischemic stroke is caused by a blockage in a blood vessel that stops the flow of blood and deprives the surrounding brain tissue of oxygen.
In the absence of oxygen, the brain cells in the immediate area begin to die and release a cascade of toxic chemicals that threaten brain tissue in the surrounding area — the ischemic penumbra.
Stroke specialists use a genetically engineered version, which was first employed in the treatment of blood clots in the heart.
www.theuniversityhospital.com /stroke/ischemic.htm   (1253 words)

 Discover the Wisdom of Mankind on Stroke   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Ischemic stroke is usually caused by atherosclerosis (fatty lumps in the artery wall), embolism (obstruction of blood vessels by blood clots from elsewhere in the body), or microangiopathy (small artery disease, the occlusion of small cerebral vessels).
As ischemic stroke is due to a thrombus (blood clot) occluding a cerebral artery, a patient is commenced on anticoagulant medication (aspirin and/or clopidogrel or warfarin, dependant on the cause) when this type of stroke has been demonstrated.
Stroke rehabilitation is the process by which patients with disabling strokes undergo treatment to help them return to normal life as much as possible by regaining and relearning the skills of everyday living.
www.blinkbits.com /blinks/stroke   (2947 words)

 Stroke   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
In an ischemic stroke, which is the cause of approximately 85-90% of strokes, a blood vessel becomes occluded and the blood supply to part of the brain is totally or partially blocked.
As ischemic stroke is due to a thrombus (blood clot) occluding a cerebral artery, a patient is given antiplatelet medication (aspirin, clopidogrel, dipyridamole), or anticoagulant medication (warfarin), dependent on the cause, when this type of stroke has been found.
Other immediate strategies to protect the brain during stroke include ensuring that blood sugar is as normal as possible (such as commencement of an insulin sliding scale in known diabetics), and that the stroke patient is receiving adequate oxygen and intravenous fluids.
www.tocatch.info /en/Stroke.htm   (5268 words)

Stroke subtype was classified as total or partial anterior circulation infarct (TACI or PACI), posterior circulation infarct (POCI), or lacunar infarct (LACI), according to the OCSP method.
Presumed cause of stroke was small-artery disease in 5, artery-to-artery embolism in 4, cardioembolism in 3 and undetermined in 1.
The primary outcome of recurrent stroke, myocardial infarction, or vascular death was reached by 133 (14.7%) of 902 patients assigned to ticlopidine and 112 (12.3%) of 907 patients assigned to aspirin (hazard ratio, 1.22; 95% confidence interval, 0.94-1.57).
www.thedoctorsdoctor.com /diseases/stroke.htm   (3020 words)

 Acute ischemic stroke
Stroke is is the 3rd largest cause of death in developed countries.
About 6% of all strokes are due to subarchnoid hemorrhage, either due to vasospasm (ischemic) or intraparenchymal hemorrhage (hemorrhagic) or both.
20% of strokes are hemorrhagic stroke which is due to hemorrhagic transformation of ischemic infarct in 15% of cases; in 10%, it is "spontaneous" intraparenchymal hematoma.
www.thamburaj.com /acute_stroke.htm   (3309 words)

 The Brain Attack Coalition: Description of Activase
In the GUSTO trial for the treatment of acute myocardial infarction, using the accelerated infusion regimen the incidence of all strokes for the Activase-treated patients was 1.6%, while the incidence of nonfatal stroke was 0.9%.
If this method is used with the 50 mg vials, the syringe should not be primed with air and the needle should be inserted away from the puncture mark made by the transfer device.
Intravenous thrombolysis with recombinant tissue plasminogen activator for acute hemispheric stroke.
www.stroke-site.org /guidelines/activase.html   (6333 words)

 Stroke count method - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The stroke count method is an input method editor in which the user enters the total number of strokes of a Chinese character, and chooses the desired character from a list that pops up.
This method is sometimes used as a last resort when the user is unable to find the desired character by any other method.
It is not an efficient input method, as it often requires an exhaustive search.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Stroke_count_method   (147 words)

 Postgraduate Medicine: Management of acute ischemic stroke
The primary emphasis in stroke treatment has shifted from localization of the lesion to characterization of the time of symptom onset, the severity of the neurologic deficit, and the radiographic features.
Nonetheless, the benefit seems to apply to a wide range of patients with stroke and may be due to a decrease in mortality from secondary complications and a reduced need for institutional care because of disability (24).
After a stroke, a patient's ability to fully comprehend the risks and benefits of tPA therapy may be compromised by apprehension, aphasia, visuospatial neglect, or altered consciousness.
www.postgradmed.com /issues/2000/05_00/meschia.htm   (3441 words)

 Teaching Distance Improvement Per Stroke (DIPS): Utilising Drills Designed Specifically to Reduce Strokes Per Length
Stroke development drills and exercise, training drills, designed specifically to reduce the number of strokes per length, ways to integrate distance per stroke technique and drills into training sessions, assessing and testing progress, and the utilization of these principles during competition are all important components of teaching to improve distance per stroke.
In addition to utilizing stroke development drills, training sets and drills designed to specifically to reduce the number of strokes per length are essential to teaching distance improvement per stroke.
Count your strokes on your first 50, accurately count the number of strokes taken during the 50, and add the number of strokes to the time.
www.coachesinfo.com /category/swimming/294   (3079 words)

 High-frequency Coagulation Method -- eCureMe.com
Methods include electrical cauterization, cryocoagulation method, cold coagulator coagulation method, laser surgery, conization, and high-frequency coagulation method.
Electrical cauterization, cryocoagulation method, and the cold coagulator coagulation method have the drawback of not being permanent treatments; laser surgery has the disadvantage of being delicate and difficult to perform, as well as inducing a lot of bleeding.
In the high-frequency coagulation method, the instruments automatically and accurately focus the needed energy to the eroded area and to a depth of 5 mm, which is needed to adequately treat cervical erosion.
www.ecureme.com /especial/obgyn/High-frequency_Coagulation_Method.asp   (370 words)

 [chinese mac] SCIM (OS 10.4)
Note that stroke numbers 7 and 8 are actually combinations of strokes (which are required instead of combining the individual strokes).
The numbers enclosed in circles indicate the next stroke to be typed (use the arrow keys or the mouse to navigate in the window).
In the Apple input method, the 0 key is used to indicate a character has required fewer than five strokes to enter, and the 6 key is a wildcard.
www.yale.edu /chinesemac/pages/scim_x4.html#stroke_input   (1822 words)

 eMedicine - Acute Stroke Management : Article by Edward C Jauch, MD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Stroke is the leading cause of disability in the United States; 31% of stroke survivors need help in taking care of themselves after a stroke, 20% need some type of assistance for walking, and 16% need to be placed in some form of institution providing assisted living.
White males have a stroke incidence of 62.8 per 100,000, with death being the final outcome in 26.3% of cases, compared with women who have a stroke incidence of 59 per 100,000 and a death rate of 39.2%.
In the first hours of acute stroke, an experienced professional sufficiently familiar with stroke or a stroke team should be available within 15 minutes of the patient's arrival in the emergency department.
www.emedicine.com /neuro/topic9.htm   (8136 words)

 Chinese input methods for computers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In addition, the methods which require the user to select a character from a menu generally have sophisticated methods for guessing which characters the user intends based on context.
These, especially the latter two, are less frequently used than keyboard-based input methods and, as with even the most advanced English language systems, suffer from relatively high error rates, especially when used without proper “training”, though the error rates are an acceptable tradeoff to many users.
Particular mention should be given to hand-writing recognition systems: Although mostly associated with stylus- and tablet-based systems, it is in fact one of the built-in input methods in Windows XP systems (though Office XP or Office 2003 is required).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chinese_input_methods_for_computers   (519 words)

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A compression method for compressing a stream of input data into a compressed stream of output data based on a minimum number of characters in each input data subblock to be compressed, said compression method comprising the steps of: a.
Method and apparatus for the perception of computer-generated imagery.
Method and apparatus for differentiating a planar textured surface from a surrounding background.
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 Carotid Stenting and Endarterectomy: A Clinical and Cost Comparison of Revascularization Strategies -- Gray et al. 33 ...
All descriptive data are expressed as either mean±SD or as an absolute count and a percentage of total when appropriate.
Impact of a critical pathway on the results of carotid endarterectomy in a tertiary care university hospital: effect of methods on outcome.
Stroke, December 1, 2003; 34(12): 2941 - 2944.
stroke.ahajournals.org /cgi/content/full/33/4/1063   (4046 words)

 TeamTurbana Meeting Notice   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
There has to be a compromise between speed, stroke count, and heart rate.
The good news is you can train using drills and practice to improve your stroke count, speed, while reducing your overall effort or heart rate.
It is focused on a method to test your improvement or efficiency in the water.
home.comcast.net /~janlcox/swimeff.htm   (654 words)

 kerian - CIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Fixed the radselect and radselectview classes so that the method names once again reflect what they do.
Next up, making stroke count work, and making some ui decisions.
Reorganized the basic radselect dialog, moved the selected radicals to the top, removed the grade drop-down, and re-implemented the older stroke-count method.
cia.navi.cx /stats/author/kerian   (998 words)

 eStroke Animated Chinese Characters
If you come across a particular Chinese character in a document and are unsure of how to write the character correctly or its meaning, simply cut/paste or drag/drop the character and eStroke will teach you how to write that character as well as display the meaning of that character.
Alternatively, you can use a Chinese Input Method such as eCode Chinese Input Method to key that character onto eStroke to learn more about that character.
Produces the associated stroke sequence so that you can paste into any document such as Microsoft Words.
www.eon.com.hk /estroke   (453 words)

 Yookoso! Study Japanese language, Kanji; learn about Japanese travel, culture, life, music (JPOP) and more
Sometimes this is a very useful method of finding kanji...
While it is true that you can certainly look up kanji without it, having it can speed things up if you are practiced (and slow you down on new, complicated kanji or if you are a beginner).
Moreover, it forces you to practice your technique as stroke order is important in the recognition software.
www.yookoso.com /pages/articles.php?file=jisho   (5697 words)

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