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Abciximab vs. Tirofiban for Inhibition of Platelets During Coronary Stenting.
A trial comparing the antiplatelet and antithrombin effects and intensity of periprocedural GP IIb/IIIa inhibition of tirofiban vs. abciximab during non-urgent PCI stenting
Conclusion GP IIb/IIIa inhibition was suboptimal with both abciximab and tirofiban during PCI stenting
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Nafplion in the Gulf of Argolis was once the capital of Greece and is a delightful old town with Venetian buildings, a Moorish castle and plenty of candlelit restaurants.
Antiquities have been the symbolic capital of Greece since its constitution as an nation-state in the 19th century (Hamilakis & Yalouri 1996; 1999).
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US Airways customers will have access to Athens, the political and cultural capital of Greece, as well as Thessolaniki, Greece, via Aegean Airlines service from London Heathrow, Munich, Germany and Rome.