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ACHIEVE

Accupril Congestive Heart Failure Investigation & Economic Variable Evaluation. A trial designed to assess the effects of high and low doses of quinapril, an ACE inhibitor, on mortality in patients with heart failure; the intent was to enroll 10,500 patients.
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The mandatory discussions as a result of this policy led to improved clinical decision making since physicians had to explicitly discuss the achievable goals and results.
The goal of this collaboration is to transform a complex and often overwhelming process into a series of small and achievable steps.
As part of your effort to establish an achievable goal without strain, simplify the problem.
Even in the last 15 overs, if you require eight an over with five overs of Powerplay, that is very much achievable.
At this moment in time this section is not achievable but could become so.
Choose one or two themes, such as healthy eating, stopping smoking, starting an exercise programme or losing some weight, and set one achievable goal for each.
Rejecting the complaints, the ASA noted that the testing appeared to demonstrate the results were achievable.
Sir, Alupro and its members fully support the setting of future packaging recycling targets that are fair and equitable, realistic and challenging but, above all, achievable.
I see no reason why it should not be achievable if the will and determination are there," he said.
July 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Cox Communications is partnering with An Achievable Dream School to host a media career camp.
In Manhattan, the loft market has seen a lot of this activity, and Downtown, too, where space has grown very tight and achievable rents have skyrocketed, but where average existing rents are still depressed.
This press release contains forward-looking statements relating to, among other things, actual financial results expected for the third quarter of 2006 and results believed to be achievable by management in 2006.