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ESTrogen and Stents to Eliminate Restenosis. A very small (30 patients) trial evaluating the feasibility and safety of 17-estradiol-eluting stent for treating single native vessel stenosis
Primary endpoints MACE, death, MI, TLR, stent thrombosis at 1 and 6 months
Conclusion 17-beta-estradiol-eluted stents appear feasible and safe, showing low rates of binary restenosis and revascularization. These results warrant further confirmation with a large, randomized multicenter trial
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I've eaten your mother's kolaches long before that Easter Day when you were born.
Hansoms passed with schoolboys just home for the Easter holidays, four-wheelers outward bound, with bicycles and perambulators atop; none that rode in them were half so happy as I, with the great load on my cab, but the greater one off my heart.
The Easter exodus has done me even better than I dared to hope.
On either Easter Day or Bank Holiday, had I failed him, it had been his intention to make the best escape he could.
As for his gleanings from such jewel-cases as were spending the Easter recess in the strong-room of my bank, without going into rhapsodies or even particulars on the point,) I may mention that they realized enough for me to join Raffles on his deferred holiday in Scotland, besides enabling him to play more regularly for Middlesex in the ensuing summer than had been the case for several seasons.
In a day or two he began his prayer again, and this time he fixed upon Easter.
Little by little, probably, as time passed, this Easter scene was further enlarged, in part by additions from the closing incidents of the Savior's life.
Why, the Easter speeches were put off till midsummer," said Tom, "and the sixth had the gymnastic poles put up here.
He was in the hospital from the middle of Lent till after Easter.
We spoke of this metaphorically five weeks ago, in describing Acts and Revelation as ripples emanating from the historical and eschatological Easters, such that we who live between them are pushed and pulled by both.
I like knowing that, for many Easters to come, I'll be able to carry on a tradition that people like my great-grandparents brought to this country.
So, our post-Easter walk home to Emmaus hasn't changed that much in two thousand Easters.