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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

ADMIRAL

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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Having served with Admiral of the Fleet Lord Lewin as a midshipman, Prince Philip, the duke of Edinburgh, notes in his foreword that in 1979 Lewin was the last Chief of Defence Staff in the United Kingdom to have served in the Second World War.
vincent and given a pension of [pound]3,000; put down mutiny in his fleet during the unrest at Spithead and the Nore with great severity (April-August 1797); resigned his command due to ill health (June 1799); took command of the Channel Fleet on his recovery (1800); aroused resentment by his strict discipline; maintained a close blockade of Brest (1800-1801); served as First Lord of the Admiralty (1801-1803), improving the naval dockyards, but criticized for neglect of the battle-readiness of the fleet; refused command of the Channel Fleet (1803) but later served in that post as admiral of the fleet (1806-1807); retired to his house in Sussex (1810); died March 14, 1823.
She was named after the Admiral of the Fleet, Sir John Kelly and was launched by on October 25 1938.
"I was fortunate to be selected as a member of HMS Chatham's guard for her 21st birthday celebrations last year in Portsmouth, which was attended by Admiral of the Fleet Sir Julian Oswald and his wife, Lady Oswald, who is the ship's sponsor.
The ship, named after Admiral of the Fleet Sir John Kelly, had an unlucky start.
One day an air marshal, the next day an admiral of the fleet, then a field marshal.
Eagle Mountain, fifth to Cockney Rebel in the Stan James 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket, will not be inconvenienced by the changed ground conditions and is expected to join the stable's trial-winners, such as Admiral of the fleet, Soldier Of Fortune and Archipenko, whose ability to handle soft ground could be questioned.
He joined the navy and became admiral of the fleet at an early age.
Paddy Power make Holy Roman Emperor 20-1 joint-favourite with Coventry winner Hellvelyn, while Cashmans introduced the Ballydoyle colt at 16-1 joint- favourite with stablemate Admiral of the fleet, who won a maiden by six lengths at Gowran Park last month.
She will be accompanied by Admiral of the Fleet, the Duke of Edinburgh, and will also visit Portsmouth's naval base.
Other guests included Countess Mountbatten of Burma, daughter of Admiral Lord Mountbatten -later Admiral of the Fleet Earl Mountbatten of Burma -who was Supreme Allied Commander, South East Asia Command.
Isoroku Yamamoto as commander of the Combined Fleet (May 1943) after Yamamoto was killed by American aircraft (April 18); he endeavored to lure the American fleet into a major naval battle, which could turn the war in Japan's favor, but the steady erosion of Japanese land-based and carrier-based air power in the central Pacific compelled the withdrawal of naval forces from the Marianas and the Philippines; during the evacuation of Combined Fleet headquarters from Cebu, he was killed when his plane crashed in a storm (April 1944); posthumously promoted admiral of the fleet. <BL>