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ACCORD

(1) Angioplastie Coronaire, CORvasal & Diltiazem. A trial assessing the effect of direct nitric oxide donors—linsidomine and molsidomine—on angiographic restenosis post balloon angioplasty.
Primary endpoint 6-month death, non-fatal MI and revascularization
Conclusion Angiographic improvement, slightly decreased rate of restenosis
(2) Action to Control Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes. A trial assessing the effects of tight control of serum glucose, LCL-cholesterol, blood pressure control and therapy treatment intended to increase HDL-C and lower triglycerides, on cardiovascular risk in patients with type 2 diabetes.
Conclusion Tight control of blood pressure and lipid levels do not reduce combined cardiovascular events in adults with diabetes.
References in classic literature ?
Even the account he was now encouraged to give of the reception accorded to him by his father, on the previous night, failed to disturb Norah's gravity.
That, in the first frantic greetings lavished on himself as a notable sufferer under the overthrown system, it had been accorded to him to have Charles Darnay brought before the lawless Court, and examined.
Gertrude, unaware of the extent to which she had already betrayed her disappointment, believed that anxiety for her father's health, which she alleged as the motive of her sudden departure, was an excuse plausible enough to blind her friends to her overpowering reluctance to speak to Agatha or endure her presence; to her fierce shrinking from the sort of pity usually accorded to a jilted woman; and, above all, to her dread of meeting Trefusis.
The reason for the whole attitude displayed toward me was now apparent; I had won my spurs, so to speak, and in the crude justice, which always marks Martian dealings, and which, among other things, has caused me to call her the planet of paradoxes, I was accorded the honors due a conqueror; the trappings and the position of the man I killed.