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Platelet IIb-IIIa in Unstable angina Receptor Suppression Using Integrilin Therapy

PURSUIT

Cardiology A clinical trial–Platelet Glycoprotein IIa/IIIb in Unstable Angina: Receptor Suppression Using Integrilin Therapy–which evaluated eptifibatide in Pts with acute coronary syndromes. See Eptifibate.
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THOSE WHO want to pursue Chartered Accountancy ( CA) alongside BCom ( honours) or BCom ( pass) from Delhi University ( DU) should think again.
Bussey and Bandura (1999) state, "Gender development is a fundamental issue because some of the most important aspects of people's lives, such as the talents they cultivate, the conceptions they hold of themselves and others, the sociostructural opportunities and constraints they encounter, and the social life and occupational paths they pursue are heavily prescribed by societal gender-typing" (p.
In the negotiating stages for several months, Jeff Stubbings, EEC's vice-president of business development, says their partner will provide them with enough financing, research and development and marketing support to pursue multi-million projects across North America.
He plans on transferring to the Lancaster University Center to pursue his bachelor's degree in either electrical, computer or mechanical engineering.
For example, the book does not really pursue its insight that the disproportionate African-American presence among prostitutes in the 1920s may have shaped the regulatory environment.
Campbell, representing the Butchers' Benevolent Association, argued that the amendment's Privileges or Immunities Clause secured the right of butchers to pursue their calling without unreasonable interference from the state.
Host executive MBA programs realize students won't quit their jobs to pursue a degree that can cost up to $45,000.
Once he determines the back doesn't have the ball, he should pursue.
Thus, an executor may pursue an existing request for relief from joint and several liability made while the spouse was alive.
This spring hundreds or thousands of New Jersey businesses and property owners may be required to pay for loss of natural resources, including groundwater and wetlands, as the state's Department of Environmental Protection begins to aggressively pursue Natural Resource Damages claims against polluters and other responsible parties.
She had such wonderful experiences as a guest lecturer on nutrition that she decided to pursue a PhD, but would "only advise others to pursue a doctorate if it is in keeping with their long term goals.
4] Some experts categorize pursuit policies as either restrictive or judgmental where, in the former case, the officer may only pursue given the existence of certain well-defined criteria, or, in the latter, where the officer may decide whether or not to pursue based upon certain factors.