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AMISTAD Acute Myocardial Infarction Study of Adenosine. A clinical trial to determine the efficacy of IV adenosine with either streptokinase or tPA in limiting the size of acute MIs.
33% decrease in infarct size seen with adenosine and 67% if the infarction was anterior in location; clinical outcomes with adenosine were slightly worse than with placebo.
AMISTAD Cardiology A clinical trial–Acute Myocardial Infarction Study of Adenosine to determine the efficacy of IV adenosine in combination with either streptokinase or tPA in limiting the size of AMIs See Acute myocardial infarction.
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Middle Passage's" most significant element of "social reality," as Harper would put it, was provided primarily by Rukeyser's account of the strange series of events set in motion by the Amistad mutiny
She cites the Amistad mutiny
as one instance in which a belief that whites would eat them led blacks to rise up against their captors.