main stroke

main stroke

[′mān ′strōk]
(geophysics)
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The main stroke symptoms can be remembered with the word FAST - Face, Arms, Speech, Time.
The goal is to recommend which variables should be included in risk adjustment models to assess the main stroke outcomes - before such benchmarks are imposed from the outside, Dr.
A survey of 1,300 people in Leicestershire showed that while most were aware of the three main stroke symptoms used in the FAST campaign, just 57% considered leg weakness to be a symptom and 44% loss of vision.
My main stroke is the butterfly, so I'm really pleased to get the gold in the freestyle event," he beamed.
Researchers ranked areas by the main stroke risk factors - blood pressure, smoking and binge-drinking.
It has a pneumatic vertical main stroke, which is said to be steplessly adjustable from 0 to 31 in.
The 20-bed facility combines the main stroke unit, which was formerly housed in the maternity block, with the four acute stroke treatment beds that were located on Ward 5 of the hospital.
Lottie, who has also qualified for the North West Regionals in all of her main strokes, will be joined by Sianna.
This sprint meet saw the swimmers compete against 290 swimmers representing 18 Clubs around the region in individual 50m sprint events in all four main strokes.
There are four main strokes you'll need to master to be an accomplished swimmer.
By 1957 the main strokes were filled out with detail, and Calvin was awarded the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1961 as a result.
Four sessions were held over two days and saw Level 3 races in all main strokes take place over 100m, 200m and 400m distances, with medals for the final three awarded in each age group.