Passing by more than 20 years of the clinical development practice and experience accumulate, the percutaneous stransluminal coronary angioplasty ( PTCA) having become the extensive treatment choice for more and more coronary sufferers because of its convenient operation, high success rate and a little complications.
Results After10years,the aggressive act was reduced,the all score and factor score in irritability,hostile-suspiciousness of BPRS were reduced(p<0.05)and the NOSIE score was increased(p<0.05)in the followed-up patients Conclusion Stereoscopic-directional-operation can be the final treatment choice in patients with schizophrenia accompanied with aggressive act when patients are unsatisfied with drug treatment.
A conceptual framework for psychopharmacology is presented to guide experimentation, new drug development, pre-clinical drug evaluation, and the therapeutic selection and use of psychiatric drugs.
Based on the experience obtained in this study, both cytometric techniques provide additional information on tumor aggressiveness that might be useful in therapeutic selection of early stage NSGCT patients for either RPLND or surveillance only.
Initial debulking surgery, followed by chemotherapy, is currently the main therapeutic choice for AOC.
Two angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, ramipril and moexipril, have undergone trials aimed specifically at older people with cardiovascular risk and with postmenopausal hypertension, and could be the first therapeutic choice.
The therapeutic choice of antithrombotic therapy in the individual patient for whom measured elements of thrombogenesis are available rests on the knowledge and expertise of the treating physician.
A significant physical disability did not preclude a therapeutic choice.
ESWL should be the first therapeutic choice for all kinds of ureteral stones, since it has proved its effectiveness, avoiding hospitalization, anesthesia, and endourological maneuvers.
Racially determined frequency differences in pharmacogenetic traits may affect choice of treatment requiring specific testing rather than basing treatments according to racial designation.
The choice of treatment should always be based on a careful comparison of the risk-benefit ratio for the different treatment options and the outcome of such evaluation may be different in patients with new onset compared with chronic epilepsy.
The first choice of treatment in the psychopharmacological approach to OCD in children and adolescents are the SSRI agents, which have been documented as being effective as well as well-tolerated in children and adolescents.
The choice of treatment depends on the kind of injury.
Food restriction did not affect the mate choice of treatment females, and the mate choice of treatment and control females did not differ.