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CUtting Balloon versus Conventional Balloon Angioplasty. A trial comparing cutting balloon vs. conventional balloon angioplasty of de novo native coronary lesions
Primary endpoints 6-month major acute coronary events (MACE)
Conclusion There is a lower re-stenosis rate with cutting balloon angioplasty than with conventional angioplasty

Cuba,

island 90 miles off the coast of Florida.
Cuban epidemic optic neuropathy - in 1993, malnutrition caused by food rationing and additional exposure to toxins led to an optic neuropathy outbreak affecting 50,000 Cubans.
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Cuber joined Associates in Plastic Surgery as their breast and body surgeon in 2006, but he has practiced plastic surgery since 1999.
Lotus and their Business Partners (including other application vendors who use it to add value to their own products) sell Cuber.
In addition to cubers, most ice machine manufacturers offer ice flake machines.
WV algorithms allow cubers to orientate the last layer corners while inserting the final F2L (First-2-Layer) pair, forcing an OLL skip.
Once again, this high-profile contest brought together the most dynamic cubers from around the world.
The tournament brought together the most talented speed cubers in the nation, and made for one of the most exciting RUBIK'S(R) CUBE contests yet.
The machine's energy standards make it one of the first cubers to exceed both the 2008 California Energy Commission and 2010 Federal Energy Efficiency regulations by up to 22 percent (based on published ARI data).
Scotsman Ice Systems manufactures modular and undercounter cubers, modular flakers and nugget ice makers, nugget ice makers/dispensers, and a wide range of bins.
In addition to FCB equipment, Cornelius manufactures post-mix and pre-mix systems, juice, tea, beer dispensers, a new line of ice cubers, ice flakers and bins plus accessories including valves, regulators, tanks, carbonators and other components.