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SCAI

(Switch-to-Computer Applications Interface) A standard for integrating computers to a PBX. See switch-to-computer.
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The guidelines proposed by SCAI in their consensus document emphasize the importance of risk stratification in allocating patients to their appropriate level of care, and subsequent length of stay.
The SCAI consensus statement, which was developed by a nine-member international committee and endorsed by many international cardiology societies, recommends that PCI programs without on-site cardiac surgery should meet certain standards, including the following:
Focus areas for SCAI include establishing standards and guidelines for all aspects of cardiac catheterization and angiography, training, credentialing, safety and quality assurance for cardiovascular procedures.
Founded in 1976, SCAI today boasts a membership of over 4,300 interventional cardiologists, with a charter of establishing standards and guidelines for all aspects of cardiac catheterization and angiography, training, safety and quality assurance for cardiac procedures.
A bou t SCAI The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions is a 4,500-member professional organization representing invasive and interventional cardiologists in approximately 70 nations.
To help ACS patients prevent recurrent heart events after an angioplasty procedure, SCAI, PCNA and Mended Hearts are introducing the "After the Stent: Follow Your Action Plan[sup.
The joint approach taken by ABAQUS and Fluent uses an independent, open solution for the coupling--MpCCI software from Fraunhofer SCAI, Germany--to enable their individual products to work together to solve a range of important FSI problems.
On the call management also expects to comment on the statutory surplus and liquidity positions of both SGI and SCAI and to provide an update with respect to the Company's strategic goals which were highlighted on the Company's November 20, 2014 investor call (presentation and transcript available on www.
Commenting on the new CMS ruling, Jim Archetto, COO, RADI Medical Systems Inc, states "The clinical data and support from the professional organizations, ACC and SCAI, clearly demonstrated to CMS that routine use of myocardial Fractional Flow Reserve, prescribes correct treatment for interventional cardiology patients.
Olson joins SCAI from consulting firm aha Group, which she launched in 1999 to provide strategic marketing, market research, development and business planning to medical industry organizations.
In developing this statement, SCAI focused on three core areas to guide physicians:
This study addresses the societal value of minimally invasive care," said Cindy Grines, MD, FSCAI, SCAI Trustee, and Vice President of Clinical and Academic Affairs at Detroit Medical Center Cardiovascular Institute.