Local and national health, medical and research journalists from print, broadcast and online media are eligible. Entrants could be self-nominated or nominated by a colleague. Each award recipient receives a $2,000 honorarium and a citation. The honorarium will be shown throughout a reception at the American Center Association’s Scientific Sessions 2010, November 15 in Chicago. Airfare and one night’s lodging for Scientific Sessions are also open to the recipients. September 3 The postmark deadline for entries is.. AHA calls for entries for 2010 2010 Howard L. Lewis Achievement Award The American Cardiovascular Association announces the call for entries for the 2010 Howard L. Lewis Achievement Award, the association’s highest honor for health and technology reporting. The award was established in 2000, to identify and honor the profession achievements of science, health and medical journalists who’ve documented the considerable progress made in the fight against cardiovascular disease and stroke.Primary Final result At 28 times, there was no significant between-group difference in the rate of death, with deaths reported in 142 of 388 individuals in the high-target group and 132 of 388 patients in the low-target group . There is no significant between-group difference in mortality at 90 days also, with 170 deaths and 164 deaths , in both groups, respectively . In addition, there have been no significant distinctions in the secondary outcomes: dependence on mechanical ventilation, amount of stay static in the ICU and hospital, and the SOFA score by day 7 .