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Abciximab before Direct Angioplasty & Stenting in Myocardial Infarction Regarding Acute & Long-Term Follow-Up. A trial assessing clinical benefit of abciximab + primary stenting for acute MI
Primary endpoint Composite—death, reinfarction, urgent revascularization of target vessel at 30 days
Conclusion Early abciximab in acute MI improves coronary patency before stenting, stenting success, coronary patency at 6 months, recovery of left ventricular function, outcomes

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Cardiology A clinical trial–Abciximab before Direct Angioplasty & stenting in Myocardial Infarction Regarding Acute and Long-term followup. See Abciximab, Angioplasty, Myocardial infarction, Stenting.
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Admiral's chief executive, Henry Engelhardt, said: 'The investment of Munich Re is a strong endorsement of Admiral.
Admiral's ratings are constrained by a strong but concentrated business profile.
When customers call, new business executives tell them all about Admiral's insurance products so they can tailor their policy to meet their personal car insurance requirements, before accurately inputting details on our systems as you close the sale.
Admiral's diverse workforce is ever-evolving and not everyone at work is facing the same challenges.
Building on their successful partnership, Admiral's investment in Chapter will almost double over the next three years.
A video message on the cash gift was also sent to staff at Admiral's overseas businesses in Italy, Spain, France, Canada, India and the US.
Admiral's logo first appeared on the Welsh team's jersey in 2010 and will now be retained until the next Rugby World Cup.
Admiral's head of people services, Ceri Assiratti, said: "We're always looking for talented people to join the group and in the past we've been very successful in finding these people in South Wales.
Admiral's chief executive Henry Engelhardt said the company's impressive growth could not have been achieved without the hard work of its employees.
Admiral's decision to extend the partnership strengthens the bond between two of the most high profile and successful organisations in Wales.
If the move proves successful additional jobs could be created - Admiral's staff headcount is currently pushing the 5,000 mark.
The top spot is Cardiff-based Admiral's highest placing on one of the Institute's lists.