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Abciximab vs. Tirofiban for Inhibition of Platelets During Coronary Stenting.
A trial comparing the antiplatelet and antithrombin effects and intensity of periprocedural GP IIb/IIIa inhibition of tirofiban vs. abciximab during non-urgent PCI stenting
Conclusion GP IIb/IIIa inhibition was suboptimal with both abciximab and tirofiban during PCI stenting
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Demonstrators surround the Parthernon in Athens, GREECE, to protest austerity measures meant to save the country from bankruptcy.
Annie-Maria Vierrou, Specialist in Paediatric Dentistry, Athens, Greece. Member, EAPD Clinical Affairs Committee.
ATHENS, GREECE -- Business and financial newspaper AXIA, in cooperation with Christie's auction house, organized the first international art business conference in Greece.
UK-based budget airline easyJet has cancelled its flights between London and Athens, Greece on Thursday (15 May) because of strike action by air traffic control staff in Greece.
He served in a similar role during the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece.
His previous duty stations include Fleet and Industrial Supply Center, Jacksonville, Fla.; Chief of Naval Operations, Arlington, Va.; USS Peleliu (LHA 5); Department of the Navy, Office of Legislative Affairs, Washington, D.C.; Naval Information Systems Management Center, Washington, D.C.; Office of Defense Cooperation, Athens, Greece; Ships Parts Control Center, Mechanicsburg, Pa.; USS McKee (AS 41); Navy Supply Center Charleston, Charleston, S.C.; and USS Ray (SSN 653).
The Olympic Games opened in Athens, Greece, on April 9.
July 16-20: International Congress of Applied Psychology; Athens, Greece;
Born in Athens, Greece and educated in the United States, Theo Kalomirakis is the winner of the prestigious CEDRIS award for custom electronics design, among other design awards.
The car of a Finnish diplomat has reportedly been destroyed by a bomb in Athens, Greece, on Tuesday (3 January).