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ESTrogen and Stents to Eliminate Restenosis. A very small (30 patients) trial evaluating the feasibility and safety of 17-estradiol-eluting stent for treating single native vessel stenosis
Primary endpoints MACE, death, MI, TLR, stent thrombosis at 1 and 6 months
Conclusion 17-beta-estradiol-eluted stents appear feasible and safe, showing low rates of binary restenosis and revascularization. These results warrant further confirmation with a large, randomized multicenter trial
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Pascha said: "We were initially quite nervous about presenting to our peers and were worried that people might not take us seriously but we have been surprised just how receptive people have been."
A spokesman for Nuvo said: "Deuces Wild, who were trading as Nuvo, have gone into voluntary liquidation as a result of the banking crisis in Cyprus but Nuvo continues to trade under the new directorship of Pascha Limited.
The entire congregation lines up and prostates in front of each other, asking each other, "Forgive me for any offences which I may have caused," the response being: "God forgives and I forgive." During this powerful rite the choir sings hymns from Pascha, making it clear to all the faithful the eventual goal of all this preparation.
Pascha McKeough found Guffey decades ago, when she decided to make some significant life changes, including living as a lesbian.
Fatma Aliye (1862-1936) is the daughter of a senior Ottoman bureaucrat and historian Cevdet Pascha and she is credited as the first female Ottoman novelist despite an earlier novel by Zafer Hanim who discontinued writing novels.
Brink, Tobias ten (2011), "Patterns of Distinctive Institutional Change in Chinese Capitalism," in Werner Pascha, Cornelia Storz, and Markus Taube (eds.), Institutional Variety in East Asia: Formal and Informal Patterns of Coordination.
The steadfast love a couple showers on their cat and each other underpins "Pascha," an achingly tender film from South Korean helmer-scribe Ahn Seonkyoung.
Gerlach, The Antenicene Pascha. A Rhetorical History, Peeters, Lovaina, 1998; I.
It was quite poignant really because I was with Mark Tracey, who owns Pascha Bear - on whom Tina won the charity race at Cheltenham in March - and we were all bellowing at the telly."
Pascha, Beech House, Denbigh, Macmillan Nurse Diane West and St.
George Church, where the flame is placed on the altar to await the faithful for the midnight Resurrection service of Holy Pascha. As we chant in our Midnight Resurrection Service: "Come ye and receive light from the unwaning Light, and glorify Christ, Who arose from the dead." The significance of the Miracle of the Holy Fire is that Christ offers eternal life and is truly among us.
lA POIGNANT outcome to the charity race, the St.Patrick's Derby, in aid of Cancer research UK, as Pascha Bere came through late to score.