QUO VADIS


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QUinapril On Vascular Ace and Determinants of Ischemia. A trial which examined whether 1 year of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibition with quinapril (40 mg/day) would decrease ischemia in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting
Conclusion Treatment with quinapril significantly reduced clinical ischemic events after CABG: 15% in patients on placebo versus 4% of patients on quinapril (hazard ratio 0.23, 95% confidence interval 0.06 to 0.87, p = 0.02). Long-term quinapril treatment significantly reduced clinical ischemic events within 1 year after CABG, although ischemia at exercise testing and Holter monitoring was unchanged
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Quo Vadis Days afford time for discernment, said 17-year-old Josh Cevender.
The day before he had arranged a meeting with friend James Hutcheon at his local pub, the Quo Vadis.
With immediate effect, the virtual MasterCard issued by Wirecard Bank AG is now also accepted by one of the most renowned holiday travel operators in Poland, Polish Travel Quo Vadis Sp.
The six-year-old never had to raise more than a canter when taking the Prix Quo Vadis, in which he appeared to thoroughly enjoy himself as he made mincemeat of inferior rivals before easing home by five lengths.
Jeremy, who went to Colne Valley High School, has worked at several top London restaurants, including Marco Pierre White's Quo Vadis and Parisian Chop House, which is now owned by top flat jockey Frankie Dettori.
As for the clothes of Bright's vicar on earth, Post business editor John Duckers, they took a battering at this week's 59th birthday party for businessman John James - held at the former Quo Vadis in the city centre, Birmingham's only gastro bar.
Whether playing the lead in Intolerance, King of Kings, The Greatest Story Ever Told, or Godspell--or casting a shadow from offstage in Ben Hur, Quo Vadis, The Robe, or Barabbas--Jesus has proved to be more popular down at the Roxy than Tarzan, the Marx Brothers, or Jane Austen.
Rocco Somazzi, who has taken over the former Adriano's, 2930 Beverly Glen Circle, Bel-Air, has decided to rename it Rocco, not Quo Vadis, his initial choice.
He is a member of the Massachusetts Legislators Association, Polish Naturalization Independent Club, Alhambra Knights of Columbus, Quo Vadis Club, Loyal Order of Moose, an associate member of the Main South American Legion Post, and is an associate member of the Polish American Veterans.
Since then, he's opened Canteen in Chelsea Harbour with Michael Caine, Quo Vadis in Soho with Damien Hirst and Frankie's in Knightsbridge with Frankie Dettori.
Now the proud owner of a chocs boutique in Islington in London, Paul, 33, worked his way up from Whitby pubs to become Marco Pierre-White's pastry chef in The Criterion and Quo Vadis.
With Racing UK showing live pictures from France's premier jumps track, the six-year-old - winner of 13 of his 15 races and runner-up in the other two - runs in the Prix Quo Vadis.