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Cardiology Blockade of the GP IIB/IIIA Receptor to Avoid Vascular Occlusion. A trial assessing lotrafiban in patients with a recent MI, unstable angina, TIA, ischemic stroke or peripheral vascular disease + cardiovascular or cerebrovascular disease; the trial was stopped in 2000 because the IIb/IIIa group had higher mortality
Nephrology Beta Radiation for Treatment of Arterial-Venous Graft Outflow. A trial assessing brachytherapy to temporarily irradiate sites of tissue overgrowth in patients with hemodialysis graft stenoses, analogously to the brachytherapy-induced control of regrowth in restenosed coronary arteries Conclusion Vascular brachytherapy should be considered in the setting of non-thrombosed dialysis access grafts

BRAVO

Cardiology A clinical trial–Blockade of the GP IIB/IIIA Receptor to Avoid Vascular Occlusion– which evaluated lotrafiban in preventing strokes and acute MI. See GP IIB/IIIA.
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But when his eyes rested on Theseus, the king looked at him more attentively, because his face was calm and brave.
Tlepolemus, son of Hercules, a man both brave and large of stature, brought nine ships of lordly warriors from Rhodes.
An eloquent look from D'Artagnan made it clear to Monk that these two men, so brave and so loyal, had not acted in concert for his abduction.
He did not very much want to find him, for though O-Tar was an excellent swordsman and a brave warrior in physical combat, he had seen how Turan had played with U-Dor and he had no stomach for a passage at arms with one whom he knew outclassed him.
And with a brave smile that hid a sad heart, Norman of Torn passed out of the castle yard.
it were pity if so many brave men were drawn together, and no little deed of arms to come of it.
And when Beowulf heard the mournful tale he comforted the King with brave and kindly words, and quickly he set forth to the dreadful mere, the dwelling of the water-witch, Grendel's mother.
But the brave Ecuadorianos killed only John Harned, and first he killed seven of them.
For some months past, my brave colleagues," continued Barbicane, "I have been asking myself whether, while confining ourselves to our own particular objects, we could not enter upon some grand experiment worthy of the nineteenth century; and whether the progress of artillery science would not enable us to carry it out to a successful issue.
Well, and your guardian must be brave if he is to fight well?
These brave words, said in a piercing voice, made all the other Marionettes cry.
Oh, you brave, brave woman," I said, when I saw the life coming back into her face.