CAPTIVE


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to CAPTIVE: captive audience

CAPTIVE

CardioShield Application Protects During Transluminal Intervention of Vein Grafts by Reducing Emboli. A trial designed to establish the safety and effectiveness of the MedNova CardioShield Bare Wire Myocardial Protection System during percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA) and stent treatment of coronary saphenous vein bypass lesions.
 
Primary endpoint
MACE with 30 days of the procedure.
 
Conclusion
CardioShield was not superior to no protection and failed to demonstrate a noninferiority benefit when compared with the GuardWire system.
References in classic literature ?
His arm fell into the hollow of the captive's hand.
In the mean time Le Balafre moved with a slow and painful step towards the captives. He stopped before the person of Hard-Heart, whose faultless form, unchanging eye, and lofty mien, he contemplated long, with high and evident satisfaction.
Luscinda and Zoraida took their places next her, opposite to them were Don Fernando and Cardenio, and next the captive and the other gentlemen, and by the side of the ladies, the curate and the barber.
Infuriated at the self-command of the captive, the woman placed her arms akimbo; and, throwing herself into a posture of defiance, she broke out anew, in a torrent of words that no art of ours could commit successfully to paper.
"Two of my young men are in pursuit of your companion," resumed the other, without appearing to regard the boast of his captive; "when they get back, then will our wise man say to you 'live' or 'die'."
Mohammed Beyd is your only hope," and with this assertion to provide the captive with food for thought, the Arab spurred forward toward the head of the column.
On the march a separate tent had been provided for the captive, and at night it was pitched between those of Mohammed Beyd and Werper.
"But," says a Frenchman who has written a beautiful little book about this captive King, "'stone walls do not a prison make, nor iron bars a cage': the soul of the child, who grew to be a youth, was never a prisoner.
But the twelve-year-old lad who stole in and cautiously stepped over the sleepers and threaded his way among the captives, did so with his heart in his mouth.
They led the captives into a house at the farthest side of the cave--a house somewhat wider than the others.
The Scoodlers led the captives away and shut them up in one of the houses, leaving only a single Scoodler to keep guard.
The captives sat in a sorrowful group at the other end of the room--except Polychrome, who danced back and forth in the little place to keep herself warm, for she felt the chill of the cave.