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Angina Treatments-Lasers and Normal Therapies in Comparison. A trial comparing TMR with continued medication for refractory angina
Conclusion TMR increased exercise tolerance, improved angina scores and perceptions of quality of life

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Cardiology A clinical trial–Angina Treatments–Lasers And Normal Therapies In Comparison
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The proposition alluded to was the one, already mentioned, for the establishment of an American Fur Company in the Atlantic States.
There is no cloud on the Atlantic, and faint streaks of cream round Dingle Bay show where the driven seas hammer the coast.
You'll make the deep, wet Atlantic in twenty minutes.
Had she been any other boat Disko would have taken his chances, but now he cut the cable as the Carrie Pitman, with all the North Atlantic to play in, lurched down directly upon them.
In view of such a gale the broad Atlantic becomes a mere lake.
We have flown at a great rate during the day, and we must be more than half way across the Atlantic.
It was obviously beyond human possibility that the American North Atlantic fleet could hope to meet and defeat the German; but, on the other hand, with luck it might fight a delaying action and inflict such damage as to greatly weakenthe attack upon the coast defences.
But the Bremen had two boats out; the Theodore Roosevelt was also dropping boats to where the drift of minute objects struggled, rising and falling on the big, broad Atlantic waves.
Where was Gluck at the time of the destruction along the Atlantic sea-board?
On this view we can understand the relationship, with very little identity, between the productions of North America and Europe,--a relationship which is most remarkable, considering the distance of the two areas, and their separation by the Atlantic Ocean.
21st), and continued to follow the course of the river, which had become very small, till we arrived at the foot of the ridge, that separates the waters flowing into the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
From this point, on a clear day, those vast plains which uninterruptedly extend to the Atlantic Ocean can be seen.