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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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Coral's latest betting: evens Authorized, 7 Archipenko, 10 Admiral of the fleet, Aqaleem, Salford Mill, Soldier Of Fortune, 14 bar.
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.
Oh, I almost forgot, his dad Prince Charles can be an imitation Admiral of the Fleet on one occasion and an imitation Air Marshal of the RAF on the next.
The rankings continue up to Admiral of the Fleet, achieved after 20 pier visits.
Five piers, you're a sub lieutenant and so on, all the way up to 20 to be Admiral of the Fleet.
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.
But Admiral of the Fleet Sir Hedworth Meux took a novel line: "The best horses in the world and the prettiest women are seen on the Royal Heath.
Birthdays: Historian Professor Averil Cameron, 59; American composer and conductor John Williams, 67; American film actor Jack Lemmon, 74; Admiral of the Fleet Lord Hill-Norton, 84; Marshal of the RAF Sir John Grandy, 86.