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MATCH

A trial comparing management of atherothrombosis with clopidogrel (Plavix™) with or without aspirin in high-risk patients with recent transient ischaemic attack or stroke.

Conclusion
Adding aspirin to clopidogrel increased bleeding without reducing recurrent ischaemic vascular events in high-risk patients.

match

The fitting together of one or more things. See HLA match, Language mismatch, Logic mismatch, Mismatch. Cf Crossmatch.

Match

How similar the HLA typing, out of a possible six antigens, is between the donor and the recipient.

Patient discussion about match

Q. Hi members, after I notice that our symptoms match those of fibromyalgia. Hi members, after I notice that our symptoms match those of fibromyalgia, do we have to live with it and simply manage it for the rest of our life or try some luck with food and meds? Thanks.

A. If you could have given a particular age details then it could have been easy to analyze. This condition is relatively new, yet it's appearing in epidemic numbers. Dr. Whiting (an orthomolecular nutritionist), finds in his work with people suffering with this that they are all very toxic. When their systems have been properly detoxified their symptoms will disappear. His personal feeling is that this is a condition of hyper-toxicity and manifests itself in people who are unable to physically cope with the overload of toxins in their system.

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The actor had never even visited the town in and died 19 years before the friction match was invented.
15pm, will depict the meeting of John Walker and Vesta (named after the Goddess of the Hearth) and the invention of the friction match.
And to top it all off, the theme of this year's breathtaking SIRF programme is "Instant Light", which combines the historic fact of Walker's invention of the friction match with a mythical tale about how SIRF might have come about.
SPLENDIFEROUS A Joint expression of sorrow B Kind of friction match C Wonderful who am I?
THIS dramatic photograph capturing the striking of a friction match has been unveiled as a giant piece of art in Stockton.
From well-known objects such as the Turbinia (maritime innovation) and the Locomotion (railway ingenuity), there was also more unusual and surprising ones like a dictaphone belonging to local author, Catherine Cookson, the world's first windscreen wiper and a friction match.
It starts with the historic fact of John Walker's invention of the friction match and weaves through it the magic of the circus "to create a mythical version of how the festival might have come about".
But so are a Dictaphone used by Jarrow-born author Catherine Cookson, the world's first windscreen wiper and a friction match (according to the list of fascinating facts submitted by members of the public for the June festival, the first friction match was invented in 1826 by a Stockton-on-Tees chemist called John Walker).