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CAPTIVE

CardioShield Application Protects During Transluminal Intervention of Vein Grafts by Reducing Emboli. A trial designed to establish the safety and effectiveness of the MedNova CardioShield Bare Wire Myocardial Protection System during percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA) and stent treatment of coronary saphenous vein bypass lesions.
 
Primary endpoint
MACE with 30 days of the procedure.
 
Conclusion
CardioShield was not superior to no protection and failed to demonstrate a noninferiority benefit when compared with the GuardWire system.

captive

said of naturally wild or feral animals kept in captivity for educational and scientific investigation with no attempt being made to domesticate them.
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At these words the unhappy Prince found himself tied to a rock; but he was not alone in his misfortunes, for all round him were chained Princes and Princesses, whom the giant had led captive.
While Sola was away I took occasion to examine more minutely the room in which I found myself captive.
But when the cowardly insulter spat in the face of the captive monarch Athos grasped his dagger.
The parley continued; the Arickaras released one horse and then another, in earnest of their proposition; finding, however, that nothing short of the relinquishment of all their spoils would purchase the lives of the captives, they abandoned them to their fate, moving off with many parting words and lamentable howlings.
In the New South Dock there was certainly no time for remorse, introspection, repentance, or any phenomena of inner life either for the captive ships or for their officers.
Upon the second day out Mohammed Beyd reined his horse to the side of the animal on which the captive was mounted.
Several times he took hold of the Englishman's arm and pushed him forward not ungently, but when the captive lagged again and again the fellow suddenly, and certainly with no just provocation, flew into a perfect frenzy of rage.
Rokoff had been in to see and revile and abuse him several times during the afternoon; but he had been able to wring no word of remonstrance or murmur of pain from the lips of the giant captive.
Had the influence of the strange captive woman aught to do with this unrest and dissatisfaction?
Do you insinuate," she laughed, "that he is a captive of mine?
But Gryphus, obstinate, like an old man, and more and more convinced that he was discovering here a conspiracy against the Prince of Orange, rushed up to his prisoner, raising his stick; seeing, however, the impassible resolution of the captive to protect his flower-pot he was convinced that Cornelius trembled much less for his head than for his jug.
Therefore one of these Thou must make sure thy own: the Parthian first, By my advice, as nearer, and of late Found able by invasion to annoy Thy country, and captive lead away her kings, Antigonus and old Hyrcanus, bound, Maugre the Roman.