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ACCORD

(1) Angioplastie Coronaire, CORvasal & Diltiazem. A trial assessing the effect of direct nitric oxide donors—linsidomine and molsidomine—on angiographic restenosis post balloon angioplasty.
Primary endpoint 6-month death, non-fatal MI and revascularization
Conclusion Angiographic improvement, slightly decreased rate of restenosis
(2) Action to Control Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes. A trial assessing the effects of tight control of serum glucose, LCL-cholesterol, blood pressure control and therapy treatment intended to increase HDL-C and lower triglycerides, on cardiovascular risk in patients with type 2 diabetes.
Conclusion Tight control of blood pressure and lipid levels do not reduce combined cardiovascular events in adults with diabetes.
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The 2018 Accord is the 10th generation of Honda's perennially best-selling midsize sedan.
Founded in 1978 and publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange, Accord has built its success over nearly four decades of providing responsive and flexible financing solutions to small and medium sized businesses across the United States and Canada.
The Accord Hybrid promises best fuel efficiency and comes equipped with luxurious features.
The Accord has picked up many awards along the way, becoming Japanese Car of the Year, 1982, 1985 and 1986 while later years saw the seventh generation Accord become Best Estate Car 2004 and 2006 in Auto Express magazine's honours list.
This success is also mirrored by Accord's improving status in the corporate sector, with 62% of Accords sold in Britain going to fleet users.
The next 24 months in Honda's design life--a time that will encompass the introductions of the next-generation Civic, Accord, CRV, Pilot, TSX, TL RD-X, and MD-X--promise to be anything but conservative.
Stated simply, the Basel Capital Accord requires that a bank have available as "regulatory capital" (through combinations of equity, loan-loss reserves, subordinated debt, and other accepted instruments) at least 8 percent of the value of its risk-weighted assets (loans and securities, for example) and asset-equivalent off-balance-sheet exposures (such as loan commitments, standby letters of credit, and obligations on derivatives contracts).
The beauty of the Accord EX engine is that, beginning at around 5,600 revolutions per minute, its sound changes and positively begs the driver to push it closer to the red line, which is 6,800.
This Accord sets out an Action Plan that will ensure all Canadians have timely access to quality health care on the basis of need and not ability to pay," Chretien said.
Honda has so far manufactured a combined 12 million Accords and Accord Wagons worldwide.
The banking systems were in poor shape despite the fact that most of them were among the more than 100 nations which had formally accepted the 1988 Bank Capital Accord promulgated by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.
Bishop Steven Charleston, newly installed president and dean of the Episcopal Divinity School in Massachusetts, released the Cambridge Accord last October.