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AFTER

(1) Anistreplase Following Thrombolysis Effect on Reocclusion.
(2) Aspirin/Anticoagulant Following Thrombolysis with anistreplase (Eminase) in Recurrent Infarction. A trial comparing major acute cardiac events (MACE) rates in patients managed with aspirin or anticoagulation (anistreplase) post-thrombolysis for acute MI.
Primary endpoint 1 month, 3 month MACE
Conclusion No differences in MACE between aspirin and anistreplase; severe bleeding or stroke was greater with anistreplase.
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For the advantages which fashion values are plants which thrive in very confined localities, in a few streets namely.
Everything that is called fashion and courtesy humbles itself before the cause and fountain of honor, creator of titles and dignities, namely the heart of love.
It is easy to see, that what is called by distinction society and fashion has good laws as well as bad, has much that is necessary, and much that is absurd.
Hazlitt's translation, Montaigne's account of his journey into Italy, and am struck with nothing more agreeably than the self- respecting fashions of the time.
The Center for Architecture will kick off the New Year with a presentation of fashion design.
You might also think of the fashion world, glittering designs, and models on a runway.
During New York's famed Fashion Week last February, there was one show that drew environmentalists along with the trendy regulars and entertainment celebrities.
and its young stars - Mischa Barton, Benjamin McKenzie, Rachel Bilson and Adam Brody - are playing the role of fashion consultant.
Fashion photography has been on the museum circuit for years, but the phenomenon moved center stage last month when the Museum of Modern Art premiered "Fashioning Fiction," its first take on the subject.
In Fashion and its Social Agendas, sociologist Diana Crane takes on a comparative study of "fashion and clothing choices" (2) in the United States, England and France over two centuries.
Ever since an extravagantly costumed Louis XIV played the sun god, Apollo, in a French court ballet, dancers have influenced the fashion habits of regular folks.
With a love of fashion kindled during their youth, twin brothers Ronald and Rony Delice are igniting the runways, and men's fashion, with their edgy designs.