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Boston Scientific EPI: A Carotid Stenting Trial for High-Risk Surgical Patients. A trial evaluating M&M for high-risk patients treated with Carotid WALLSTENT® with FilterWire EX®/EZ™ System distal protection

Primary endpoint 1-year M&M—cumulative non Q-wave MI within 24 hours of carotid stenting, death in 30 days, stroke, Q-wave MI, ipsilateral stroke or fatal neurologic events up to 1 year
Conclusions Stenting with the Carotid WALLSTENT® together with the FilterWire EX®/EZ™ in a high risk surgical population that otherwise met all other enrollment criteria demonstrated acceptable 30 day and 1-year safety results
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Now the foreshore is under a management agreement - it has a wildfowling ban on the foreshore at our end of the bay which is like a reserve.
The finished mosaic looks fantastic and really enhances Saltburn foreshore.
I also want to see people able to walk along coastal paths along the foreshore for significant distances - from Connah's Quay to Flint to Greenfield, and on to Talacre.
The project represented the first systematic foreshore exploration in Ireland, but only a few selected areas of the Shannon were studied because of time and personal constraints.
Around 15 show gardens will be on display, offering inspiration and ideas from a natural woodland garden to a coastal foreshore.
Vermilion") (VET - TSX) is pleased to announce that the Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government in Ireland has granted a Foreshore License for the Corrib Onshore Gas Pipeline.
As part of the overall redevelopment of the area, Scarborough will see foreshore upgrades, including the creation of new play areas, green open spaces, a skate park, piazzas and boardwalks," Mr Day said.
LEGAL action could be taken over part of the South Wales foreshore where thousands of tons of rubble were dumped four years ago.
Bond Dickinson will represent The Crown Estate across its coastal holdings in England, which includes around 50% of the foreshore and interests in ports, harbours, marinas and other commercial coastal developments.
Coun Audrey McMillan, vice chairman of the Foreshore Steering Group, said: "South Tyneside's coastline is one of our most important assets.
Cllr Adrian Jones, cabinet member for corporate resources, said the agreement with National Grid was intended to "ensure there are no developments which could adversely affect the integrity" of Leasowe foreshore, which is a site of special scientific interest.
Highly radioactive metal was discovered last week at a beach in Dalgety Bay, Fife, prompting the closure of parts of the foreshore.