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Conduit Artery Function Evaluation. A substudy of the Anglo-Scandinavian Cardiac Outcomes Trial, which compared the beta blocker atenolol, with or without a diuretic, with a regimen based on amlodipine with or without the ACE inhibitor perindopril. CAFE showed reductions in central aortic BP with amlodipine + perindopril over atenolol + diuretic, despite similar brachial BPs between groups assessing the safety and efficacy of the PercuSurge Guardwire (PSG) distal occlusion system in carotid stent supported angioplasty
Primary endpoints Clinical events at 30 days
Conclusion Carotid stenting with distal protection using PSG is safe and has a high clinical, angiographic, and device success rate
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On his departure the ape-man, with Abdul, wandered again into the streets of Sidi Aissa, where he was soon attracted by the wild din of sound coming from the open doorway of one of the numerous CAFES MAURES.
It was a weary bundle of nerves that came to the Parisian Cafe next morning.
It was one of the hours when there was a lull in the proceedings at the Parisian Cafe. Paul was leaning, wrapped in the gloom, against the wall.
It was at about five minutes after one that afternoon that Constable Thomas Parsons, patrolling his beat, was aware of a man motioning to him from the doorway of Bredin's Parisian Cafe and Restaurant.
Blunt sat by very detached, his eyes roamed here and there all over the cafe; and it was while looking upward at the pink foot of a fleshy and very much foreshortened goddess of some sort depicted on the ceiling in an enormous composition in the Italian style that he let fall casually the words, "She will manage it for you quite easily."
There was a part of it where one could see as many as five big cafes in a resplendent row.
He refers me to two strangers in a cafe as to two flunkeys.
In the early evening a light dinner was spread at the back of the Cafe Charlemagne.
After exchanging a shrewd look with Gobseck, Gigonnet went to the door of the cafe.
You must go alone, my dear; I dare not let those two cormorants out of my sight." So saying he re-entered the cafe.
A long, low-pitched room, of antique construction, was indeed all the accommodation afforded by the Cafe. In a corner of the apartment stood the bed of the metaphysician.
In other respects the Cafe de Bon-Bon might be said to differ little from the usual restaurants of the period.