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Surveillance of Work-Related and Occupational Respiratory Disease
Survival with ORal D-sotalol. A trial that evaluated the effect of sotalol—a non-selective beta blocker and potassium channel blocker (a class III anti-arrhythmic)—therapy on the morbidity and mortality in patients with CHF
Conclusion Study stopped early when sotalol was linked to excess mortality .

SWORD

Cardiology A trial–Survival With Oral d-Sotalol–that evaluated the efficacy of d-sotalol therapy on the M&M in Pts with CHF. See Heart failure, d-Sotalol.
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Isaiah, one of the major prophets, talks about beating swords into plowshares in the second chapter of the Book of Isaiah.
The book is dedicated to the Pax Christi Spirit of Life Plowshares Movement for beating swords into plowshares and being faithful to the God of peace.
In visiting the sick and the imprisoned, in welcoming the stranger and the "other," in beating swords into plowshares, in doling out cups of cold water, in reminding ourselves that our wealth does not consist in the abundance of things we possess, in caring for the very young and the very old, in finding alternatives to violence, in volunteering for the common good, in working for social and political change, in honoring and learning from people of other faiths, in conserving the environment and practicing stewardship with the earth, and in being generous to all, our deeds announce the one who did not think equality with God was something that had to be hoarded but who emptied himself and took the form of a servant.