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Boston Scientific EPI: A Carotid Stenting Trial for High-Risk Surgical Patients. A trial evaluating M&M for high-risk patients treated with Carotid WALLSTENT® with FilterWire EX®/EZ™ System distal protection

Primary endpoint 1-year M&M—cumulative non Q-wave MI within 24 hours of carotid stenting, death in 30 days, stroke, Q-wave MI, ipsilateral stroke or fatal neurologic events up to 1 year
Conclusions Stenting with the Carotid WALLSTENT® together with the FilterWire EX®/EZ™ in a high risk surgical population that otherwise met all other enrollment criteria demonstrated acceptable 30 day and 1-year safety results
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color) Frank Langen of Santa Monica visits Will Rogers State Beach, one of Los Angeles County's dirtiest beaches.
Critical Thinking: No two beaches have the same exact needs: Tactics that help one beach might harm another.
And then there's poisonous industrial waste, which makes the water at some New Jersey beaches "so black that the waves don't seem like they could break, they're so full of stuff," notes Dr.
15, 1989, cleanup crews applied either liquid fertilizers or granular, slow-release fertilizers at 750 sites along more than 74 miles of beaches in Prince William Sound and the Gulf of Alaska.
3 meters (1 foot) of dozens of beaches erode every year.
The East Coast branch of the species nests on beaches from Maine to North Carolina in the spring and summer, heading south to wintering grounds from Florida to South America by early fall.
With eight and half miles of pristine California beaches, Huntington Beach is fast becoming a destination of choice for vacationers and business travelers alike.
That's troubling news for Los Angeles County and its coastal cities, which face tough new rules starting in August that will require good water quality at beaches between the Ventura County line and Palos Verdes Peninsula every single day during the dry season.
Antismoking advocates said smokers have no constitutional right to light up at beaches, particularly in the face of evidence that secondhand smoke contributes to about 3,000 deaths a year.
for ``Top 10 Hawaiian Beach Resorts,'' followed by ``World's Best Beaches 2003.
Besides the many stylish amenities Shoreline offers, its signature and flagship feature is Fortune Beach, Shoreline's backyard paradise and one of the most beautiful and unique beaches in the world with miles and miles of endless natural beauty.
The beaches along this coast are wild, but in a welcome way.