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Surveillance of Work-Related and Occupational Respiratory Disease
Survival with ORal D-sotalol. A trial that evaluated the effect of sotalol—a non-selective beta blocker and potassium channel blocker (a class III anti-arrhythmic)—therapy on the morbidity and mortality in patients with CHF
Conclusion Study stopped early when sotalol was linked to excess mortality .
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SWORD

Cardiology A trial–Survival With Oral d-Sotalol–that evaluated the efficacy of d-sotalol therapy on the M&M in Pts with CHF. See Heart failure, d-Sotalol.
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Assuming the level of attraction to swords in the swordless species is representative of the primitive state in the sworded species, then the degree of female attraction to swords has declined in the sworded species.
Those put off by these explicit images of war Hunt accuses of "effeminacy" --a clever accusation, given both Captain Sword's overtly phallocentric character, and Hunt's vision at the poem's end of a peaceful world full of "swordless men," one where Captain Sword has "rusted apart." Hunt indicts most scathingly the poets and educators whose propaganda makes war not only palatable, but indeed glorious: "Schoolmasters, and the immoral books they so often put into our hands, have inspired us with an affection for heroes; and the hero is more heroic in proportion to the numbers of the slain" (95-96).
in turn, swordless David's retort, expressing the swordlike word of God, is objectified in his flung "pebble" (65).