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Weekly Intervention with Zithromax® for Atherosclerosis and its Related Disorders. A trial examining the effect of reducing the risk of CAD with antibiotics that treat Chlamydia pneumoniae
Conclusion No differences between the 2 groups regarding the composite clinical end point of cardiovascular death, resuscitated cardiac arrest, nonfatal MI, stroke, unstable angina, and unplanned coronary revascularisation

WIZARD

Cardiology A clinical trial–Weekly Intervention with Zithromax® against Atherosclerosis and Related Disorders–examining the effect of reducing the risk of ASHD with antibiotics that treat Chlamydia pneumoniae
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The Wizard helps identify "troublemakers" among the machines in your plant by displaying a pie chart for each press showing the relative amounts of uptime, downtime, repair time, and idle time.
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Maintenance Wizard runs continuously, updating the Class Factors for each machine automatically within 3 sec.
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