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Low-Molecular-Weight Heparin in the Treatment of Patients with Venous Thromboembolism. A trial comparing fixed-dose LMW heparin—reviparin—to adjusted-dose unfractionated heparin (UH) in unselected patients with symptomatic DVT, PE or both
Conclusion No significant differences in recurrent thromboembolic events between reviparin and UH treatment
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ITEM: The Atlantic observed on this year's Columbus Day that "few famous figures in American history are as divisive as Christopher Columbus....
Christopher Columbus was looking for India and founded America.
Queiroz also delved further into the historic rivalry, alluding to explorer Christopher Columbus - who both countries claim as theirs - and the 60-year Philippine Dynasty when Portugal was ruled by three Spanish kings until the bloodless revolution of 1640.
Designed by DeWitt Tishman Architects LLP, Grove Pointe Condominiums, at 102 Christopher Columbus Drive, offers a refined architectural mix of tiers, tones and textures.
ADVENTURER: The statue of Christopher Columbus at the Palm House in Sefton park.
Not Christopher Columbus. He snuffed it long before it was written.
Sponsored by the Bayer Corporation, the National Science Foundation, and the Christopher Columbus Foundation, this annual award allows students to team up with a coach to identify a community problem and use science and technology to solve it.
Christopher Columbus approached King John II of Portugal with a set of directions but he was dismissed for being too vague.
El nuevo mundo descubierto por Cristobal Colon / The New World Discovered by Christopher Columbus
The study of New World cultures by conquistadors begins with Fray Ramon Pane, who following orders from Admiral Christopher Columbus, learned the native languages of the island of Hispaniola ...
It was previously thought that the disease was introduced to Europe from the New World in around 1492 by sailors who had sailed with Christopher Columbus.
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