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Heparin-COAted Stents in Small Coronary Arteries Trial. A trial assessing the safety and efficacy of heparin stent implantation in small coronary arteries
Primary endpoints Major acute coronary events or event-free survival at 6 months
Conclusion Heparin-coated stents are no different than non-coated stents or PTCA in terms of restenosis
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Tinututulan namin ang idinudulot na polusyon ng malalaking kumpanya sa baybaing-dagat (This is what we have been opposing, why there are big companies along the coastline established without the knowledge of the public.
'When a ship has served its life time, you are supposed to take it to a dockyard and dismember it, recycle the metals; but they avoid such expenses, make money from insurance and they dump the vessels in the Nigerian coastline where nobody cares,' said Omaghomi.
(All this I have set down exactly and truly as possible, drawing as much from my own experience as from the certain experience of my friends and fellow navigators.) (7) The author of the Vallard atlas dated 1547 achieved the same by planning the coverage of the charts so that the appearance of conjectural coastlines is minimised.
He explained how the length of a coastline increases the smaller the ruler used for measuring.
Britain has three Border Force vessels to patrol more than 7,000 miles of coastline.
Dubai's coastline was divided into eight zones (A-H) as a part of the study.
The National Trust looks after 649 miles of the coastline identified as pristine in 1965, which along with designations including areas of outstanding natural beauty, national parks, heritage coasts and sites of special scientific interest mean most is protected.
"The coastline encapsulates the beating heart of what the National Trust is about - looking after places of natural beauty rich in wildlife.
Without this, our coastline could look very different today.
This, they say, will create a super fast-track procedure for initiating coastline developments, effectively negating the requirement for any environmental impact assessments prior to acquiring the relevant permits.
Washington, September 5 ( ANI ): The effects of coastline erosion as a result of rising sea-level rise in the vicinity of inlets, such as river estuaries, have until now been dramatically underestimated, researchers have found using a new model.
This study adheres to the definition of coastline counties used by the U.S.