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Heparin-COAted Stents in Small Coronary Arteries Trial. A trial assessing the safety and efficacy of heparin stent implantation in small coronary arteries
Primary endpoints Major acute coronary events or event-free survival at 6 months
Conclusion Heparin-coated stents are no different than non-coated stents or PTCA in terms of restenosis
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There will still be the same number of lifeboats, Coastguard Rescue Teams, helicopters and other rescue resources.
We are gravely concerned about the ability of the MCA to ensure that staff at Holyhead Coastguard will be fully supported whilst coordinating rescues up as far as South West Scotland.
Three staff will remain, two will " be transferred to other government departments and one is moving to another coastguard co-ordination centre.
The EU official said that providing support to Yemen in training areas is of great importance in the process of building the capacity of the Yemeni Coastguard to combat piracy and conduct rescue operations due to Yemen's vital and important location.
The coastguard rescue teams from Boscastle and Port Isaac carried out a search and a request was made for the Padstow RNLI Lifeboat to launch .
Coastguard Commander Brigadier Alaa Siyadi thanked the Interior Minister and the Public Security Chief for their ongoing support to enhance the coastguard competencies, asserting continuation of holding training courses.
Watch manager Gareth Evans said: "The [West Kirby] exercise was organised with the coastguard to understand how each of the services would deal with an incident involving a mud rescue.
From January 2015, Holyhead CGOC and the new national network will start to take on operations from Liverpool Coastguard.
The police and coastguard were involved in yesterday's search.
Oxwich coastguard rescue team, Mumbles all-weather lifeboat and the Horton inshore lifeboat were scrambled, but the casualties were picked up by a passing vessel and taken to Oxwich Bay safely.
A coastguard spokesman last night said: "The coastguard would urge members of the public to check tide times when visiting any part of the coastline and if there is any water on the causeway do not drive through it, no matter how deep it is.
THE station officer for Blyth Coastguard Rescue Team has been presented with an official commendation from the Chief Coastguard to mark his retirement after 17 years of service.