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QUinapril On Vascular Ace and Determinants of Ischemia. A trial which examined whether 1 year of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibition with quinapril (40 mg/day) would decrease ischemia in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting
Conclusion Treatment with quinapril significantly reduced clinical ischemic events after CABG: 15% in patients on placebo versus 4% of patients on quinapril (hazard ratio 0.23, 95% confidence interval 0.06 to 0.87, p = 0.02). Long-term quinapril treatment significantly reduced clinical ischemic events within 1 year after CABG, although ischemia at exercise testing and Holter monitoring was unchanged
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Thank you, Quo Vadis?, for making my dream come true in such a special way.
So we are back to Quo Vadis. Where does the Catholic Church want to go, if at all?
In Quo Vadis, for instance, the Romans signify Nazis, and the film presents Rome's mission as a mission civilisatrice whereby a master race, the Romans/Nazis aim to impose their "ideology on other nations by force of arms" (Winkler, "The Roman Empire in American Cinema" 56).
In 2001, Quo Vadis hit the big screen again, this time in its native Poland, where it, too, entered the record books as the most expensive motion picture ever made, with 32 lions roaring in the arena and the 264th Pope of Rome in the audience at the film's opening.
The new edition of the Latin text of Anthea allows the reader to familiarise himself or herself with the forgotten story by the author of Quo Vadis and with its excellent Latin version.
with <i>The Ten Commandments, Quo Vadis,</i>
Panella believes Rome's golden age for movies began in 1949 with the marriage in Italy of US actors Tyrone Power and Linda Christian, followed by production house MGM's decision to shoot the epic blockbuster "Quo Vadis" in Rome's Cinecitta' studios.
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Andrew, 52, was last seen on February 22 when he made his way home from the Quo Vadis pub in Cardonald, Glasgow, with his partner Beverley.