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Dutch Echographic Cardiac Risk Evaluation Applying Stress Echo. A trial that compared the cardioprotective effect of a beta-blocker—bisoprolol—in high-risk patients undergoing major vascular surgery with standard therapy
Results 20 serious cardiac events, cardiac deaths or MIs occurred with standard therapy, 2 with beta-blockers
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The decrease was primarily attributable to stock buybacks under the Company's stock repurchase plan, partially offset by net income and stock-based compensation credits.
The passenger replacement market will decrease by approximately 3.
Under this method, taxpayers can use the contract price for repairs to their residence to determine the decrease in FMV of their personal residence.
Other directors talk worriedly about decreases in enrollment and less interested children going to camp.
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The Garfield Report noted an overall decrease in prices.
Preliminary information indicates that the downward trend resulted from a 7 percent decrease in both violent and property crimes compared with figures for the previous year.
Officials at the Simi Valley Police Department said Monday that the city was in line with the rest of the county, showing a decrease in 1999 over 1998.
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The incorporation of BBC into the Medicare system might significantly decrease the financial exposure of employers who provide Medicare supplemental health insurance to elderly employees and retirees.