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Try 121 Classification Software for yourself to see the benefits it will provide for your organisation. Click on the DOWNLOAD button to download a free evaluation copy then request a time limited full capability key set. If you select from one of the supported EDRMS systems we will enable that feature within the returned evaluation key.
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Each of these demonstrations also includes a thesaurus view switch button.
Hierarchical no custom CSS
Hierarchical using CSS
Hierarchical using CSS plus header with logo
121 is intuitive classification management software, using a Windows Explorer metaphor and incorporating thesaurus management capability. Designed to operate as either a standalone thesaurus/classification tool or optioned with advanced features for records management EDRMS requirements,.
Develop, then maintain, a new hierarchical classification, file-plan, thesaurus or classification in standalone mode, or, optionally, via EDRMS Integration to do immediate updates to supported target products.
Customisable web HTML export
121 includes a standard export to produce web pages for easy browser viewing of the thesaurus or classification by users. Click on the images below to see samples using different customisations. Logos and images shown here may be replaced with those of your own choosing though some CSS and HTML adjustments may be required if sizes, colors, etc differ
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By compression of the true lumen, this may cause a blockage of the coronary flow, resulting in myocardial infarction (mi). Early recognition is important as the dissection can progress unpredictably upstream or downstream. Potential associations have been made between this condition and female gender, pregnancy, cystic medial necrosis, cocaine abuse, and collagen vascular disorders. We present a case report of a relatively healthy individual with no significant past medical history who presented with stroke, with the work-up revealing mi from scad. The patient was treated successfully using percutaneous coronary intervention. Case description a 60-year-old caucasian male with no significant past medical history and no allergies was admitted with a complaint of left-sided numbness followed by weakness in the left arm and leg. The patient was an active smoker who had smoked one pack per day for several years. His family history was negative for heart attack, stroke, diabetes, hypertension, or any other disorders, including collagen vascular diseases. The clinical impression was acute cerebrovascular accident within three hours. discount price on viagra Computed tomography without contrast ruled out any bleed and the patient was given tissue plasminogen activator. Subsequent magnetic resonance imaging of the brain showed an acute infarct in the posterior limb of the right internal capsule, although magnetic resonance angiography was unrevealing. cheap viagra without prescription During his subsequent hospitalization, the patient regained power in his left upper and lower extremities. Work-up was initiated to find the cause, including finding a possible hypercoaguable state. get generic viagra online The patient did not complain of significant chest pain, but had an abnormal electrocardiogram with q-waves in the anterolateral leads. Troponin i was 0. 04 ng/ml. Two-dimensional echocardiography showed anterolateral hypokinesis to akinesis with an ejection fraction of 35–40 %, suggesting anterolateral mi. cheapest viagra online The patient was started on a heparin drip, which was subsequently stopped. The patient was continued on aspirin, clopidogrel bisulfate, and beta-blockers, and a plan was made for cardiac catheterization. The thought process was that a clot in the left ventricle was formed because of mi which might have embolized, causing acute stroke. 1 2 3 next › last â» references: fontanelli a, olivari z, la vecchia l, et al. , spontaneous dissections of coronary arteries and acute coronary syndromes: rationale and design of the discovery, a multicenter prospective registry with a case-control group, j cardiovasc med (hagerstown), 2009;10:94–9. cheapest viagra online Angelini p, spontaneous coronary artery dissection: where is the tear? , nat clin pract cardiovasc med, 2007;4:636–7. Adlam d, cuculi f, lim c, banning a, management of spontaneous coronary artery dissection in the primary percutaneous coronary intervention era, j invasive cardiol, 2010;22(11):549–53. Hoye a, spontaneous coronary artery dissection: time for a concerted effort to better understand this rare condition, j invasive cardiol, 2010;22(5):222–8. Out now arrhythmia electrophysiology review - volume 1 european cardiology - volume 8 issue 3 european cardiology volume 8 - issue 2 - summer 2012 interventional cardiology volume 7 - issue 1 - spring 2012 in partnership press release contact us promotional opportunities privacy statement terms and conditions   featured products featured art. buy viagra soft EDRMS Integration products currently supported:
HP Trim Context - from V5.4, all Version 6 releases and latest HP Trim V7, Thesaurus, Classification and Schedules  Objective 7.3, 7.4 and 7.5, Keyword thesaurus, Folder file plans and Disposal Schedules  OpenText eDocs DM5 or DM6 [previously Hummingbird Enterprise], File Plan and Disposal  Termwise for Interwoven (from Trinogy Systems).  InfoXpert
Implementation of the EDRMS Integration option, a concept developed and implemented by Active Classification Solutions in 2004, means there is no longer a need to export to transfer files then import and verify.
121 EDRMS Integration provides a safe means to immediately view and update the thesaurus, file plan and disposal content of supported vendor EDRMS systems.
121 is a modular design enabling it to be used for standalone non EDRMS development of thesauri and classifications by not purchasing the Retention and Disposal or EDRMS Integration options. These options may be added as and when required.
Term Tree, originally released January 1999, is now a maintenance only product and no longer available for download. 121 is now the product being actively developed and we suggest you evaluate 121 in preference to Term Tree.
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