How do you search on Tiki?

If the search feature is enabled and you assign the search box module to the left or right side bar, you will see a search box where that you can use to search content in Tiki.

How do you install a tiki?

1.3. Install Tiki

  1. 1.3.1. Install a repository checkout.
  2. Install a downloaded release package. Run the Tiki installer (tiki-install.php)
  3. Log in for the first time.
  4. Change the default password.
  5. Congratulations!
  6. Configure Your Tiki.
  7. Add new features through post-install Profiles.

How do I update my Tiki?

Upgrade your Tiki site

  1. Backup all the files and database from your current installation.
  2. Unpack the new version, preferrably into a empty folder.
  3. Copy any custom files (css, uploaded files and images, custom templates) from your backup.
  4. Run the installer (tiki-install.php) which upgrades the database.

What is a tiki score?

The thrombolysis in cerebral infarction (TICI) grading system was described in 2003 by Higashida et al. 1. as a tool for determining the response of thrombolytic therapy for ischemic stroke. In neurointerventional radiology it is commonly used for patients post endovascular revascularization.

How do I install Wikisuite?

Just fill in the email address, note the password, choose the desired Tiki Version and hit install. The Tiki Manager will inform you that your instance is ready; you can visit it at your Virtual server URL and manage it using the username “admin” and your previously displayed password.

What does TICI mean stroke?

What is a TICI 3?

This scale rates tissue reperfusion in the territory of the target vessel according to a five-step grading system, with scores ranging from no reperfusion to complete reperfusion (TICI 0–TICI 3). TICI 3 is defined as complete reperfusion with filling of all distal branches.

What is TICI score in stroke?

Background: The Thrombolysis in Cerebral Infarction (TICI) scale is the most widely applied scoring system to grade technical results of recanalizing therapies in acute ischemic stroke (AIS). TICI 2b and TICI 3 are conventionally subsumed as ‘successful recanalization’.