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Acute Directional Coronary Atherectomy Prior to Stenting. A trial evaluating the benefits, if any, of debulking by DCA and then stenting in complex coronary lesions
Primary endpoints 1-month and 6-month MACE
Conclusion Pre-stenting lesion debulking is safe and linked to lower risk of restenosis at 6 months
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Let us quickly recap what we know so fara[bar]in order to adapt to the harsh conditions, Tibetan dogs interbred (as did humans) in order to acquire more adesirable' traits that allowed them to withstand these specific weather conditions.
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Today, this preliminary design often is ignored as foundries accept what software vendors say as the gospel, never questioning the software's ability to adapt to their unique requirements.
When is translation the right choice, and when should the writer adapt her work?
The load stops work with any bay size and adapt to needed clearances.
When we use the word this way, we are generally referring to the basic human abilities to understand a situation, no matter how big or small, how social or technical, evaluate the issues and options presented by the situation, and adapt to it appropriately as it changes, and as our perceptions of it change.