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A trial comparing MACE in patients receiving iodixanol or ioxaglate during PTCA for acute coronary syndromes
Primary endpoints In-hospital MACE
Conclusion MACE is lower in high-risk patients without renal insufficiency undergoing PTCA with iodixanol than with ioxaglate
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En effet, du 5 au 8 aout, la fourniture du courant electrique a ete interrompue a Tafire et a Niakaramadougou, pour ne citer que ces deux communes du departement.
* Critiques du courant: folklorisation de la culture, encouragement du communautarisme, relativisme, renforcement de l'ideologie dominante par l'incorporation de la difference, tendance a ignorer les situations conflictuelles et les problemes systemiques.
Raison pour laquelle le Courant reitere l'appel de plusieurs courants politiques a fouiller les places oE ont lieu des sit-in pour garantir le caractere pacifique de la manifestation et du sit-in (...) [beaucoup plus grand que], a indique le message.
(3) An account of the Christmastide 1879 festivities at Alnwick Castle appeared in the Newcastle Courant on 2 January 1880, wherein we read:
"Nothing," replies Courant, a Frenchman who has made Tunisia his home since 2006.
You've got time to catch all 156 hours of Gerard Courant's Cinematon.
One of the most prolific filmmakers, with more than 300 films to his credit since 1977, Courant is also a master of conceptual and lyrical cinema.
With more than 300 films to his credit, Courant is also a master of conceptual and lyrical cinema.
But the scene, Courant excitedly claims, "shows the whole spectrum of human emotions".
Gilliam was filmed in 1985 when Courant happened to bump into him at the film festival in Deauville, France.
"The plus factor is that Au Courant has remained unbeaten, the negative factor being that he has raced just twice in the four years he has been with us," Henderson said yesterday.
HARTFORD - The Hartford Courant says it will cut nearly 60 newsroom positions and 25 percent of its news pages as Connecticut's largest newspaper struggles with an industrywide decline in advertising.