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(veterinary medicine)
A dermatitis of fresh-water fishes caused by the invasion of the skin by the ciliated protozoan Ichthyophthirius multifiliis.

Intel Hub Architecture

Intel's architecture for the 8xx family of chipsets, starting with the 820. It uses a memory controller hub (MCH) that is connected to an I/O controller hub (ICH) via a 266 MB/sec bus. The MCH chip supports memory and AGP, while the ICH chip provides connectivity for PCI, USB, sound, IDE hard disks and LAN.

Because of the high-speed channel between the sections, the Intel Hub Architecture (IHA) is much faster than the earlier Northbridge/Southbridge design, which hooked all low-speed ports to the PCI bus. The IHA also optimizes data transfer based on data type. See Northbridge and Intel chipsets.


Intel Hub Architecture
Intel introduced its hub architecture starting with the 820 chipset, which divides control between a memory controller chip (MCH) and an I/O controller chip (ICH). This is an illustration of the 850.
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While most publications found that a lower time in the therapeutic range (TTR) was associated with an elevated risk of both haemorrhage and ischemia [12-16], few studies have specifically addressed ICH. Moreover, most studies did not carefully examine other major anticoagulation parameters such as the time over range (TOR), time below range (TBR), and percentage of international normalized ratios (INR) in the therapeutic range (PINRR).
The most common cause of ICH is high blood pressure. In younger people, abnormally formed blood vessels in the brain is another common cause.
The levels of serum PTX3 measured at presentation and at the twelfth hour after presentation were found to be significantly different in the ICH group compared to the control group (p<0.001; p<0.001).
Conclusion: Surgical prognosis of ICH depends on the patients GCS received and size of hemorrhage at the time of presentation.
The two groups managed to build real-life models of how to sustain, empower local communities and highlight necessary support measures to safeguard the practices on a bigger scale - within the objectives of ICH.
The 3 exclusion criteria were (a) stroke (including IS and ICH) or transient ischemic attack in the past 3 months, (b) traumatic brain injury in the past 3 months (including head concussion at symptom onset of the actual stroke) (12), and (c) brain tumor at any time in the past medical history (recent data suggested that GFAP serum concentrations are markedly increased in patients with malignant glioma) (13).
[11] reported three cases of communicating hydrocephalus after subarachnoid hemorrhage that underwent VPS and suffered from delayed ICH along the ventricular catheter (inserted into the posterior horn of the lateral ventricle).
In May 2019, the E8(R1) draft Guideline was released for public consultation, and as part of the consultation process, and in line with the ICH Reflection Paper on GCP Renovation, ICH will hold public meetings before the finalization of the revised E8 Guideline.
Mako ich is, namely, a woman's performance of the miracle of developing a new life inside herself.
The six-member techno-commercial committee headed by Member (Telecom) MoIT, constituted vide Notification dated 26-10-2011, to evaluate the techno-commercial and legal aspects of the proposed ICH only held one meeting dated 15-12-2011 for deliberations on ICH.