NYC is ranked as one of the safest cities for pedestrians. IWe still have a ton of pedestrian median islands, lots of new crosswalks, tons of intersections have been altered in recent years to be safer for pedestrians. And people actually know how to look both ways before crossing the street.
Conclusion In our experience, emergent angiography among post surgical stroke patients showed proximal vessel occlusion in more than half of patients, making them potential candidates for mechanical thrombectomy. Those who achieved TICI 2 b/3 recanalization performed clinically better than those who did not. This may indicate the potential benefit of mechanical thrombectomy among post surgical stroke patients.
And we simply cannot predict what the consequences will be. The first in depth roll out of SDM happened in Dartmouth College (USA) over 20 years ago, and it was found that men with prostate related symptoms who were given full information about their options often declined surgery: hence the cost of prostate treatment in that area fell. Enthusiasts have extrapolated this and other evidence to sell SDM as a method of cost saving in overprovided health systems.
8) Things I learned about Brett Favre. A) He hasn retired not because he loves the game, but to stay out of trouble. B) Tiger Woods is a bad influence, keep your kids away. Meryl Streep is purring over “Dewey,” a fact based film about a stray cat’s impact on the town of Spencer, Iowa. The project has landed at New Line Cinema. Streep is attached to star in the adaptation of the Vicki Myron book Dewey: The Small Town Library Cat Who Touched the World.
Settlements between the tobacco industry and individual states (that is, Florida, Minnesota, Mississippi, and Texas) and with 46 states in the 1998 Master Settlement Agreement (MSA) have added to an historic tobacco control opportunity with over $200 billion in funds to states over 25 years. In addition, the MSA set aside $2 billion to create the American Legacy Foundation (Legacy), dedicated exclusively to national tobacco control efforts. Although some have criticised the lack of commitment of settlement funds by state legislatures to tobacco control,1 fig 1 illustrates a dramatic rise in funding available to states from the 1980s to 2000.2 These funds include resources from state cigarette excise taxes, general funds, tobacco settlements, and funds from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and national foundations (for example, Legacy, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation).