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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 .
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.
Ministers likely emphasized this point, together with a specific application: that for those like David, who come swordless
but in the name of God, the chief implement of victory is their adversaries' own language turned against them (Henry 2:378).
The cinematic, swordless
battles in Steven Berkoff's version of Coriolanus, the acrobatic chorus in Ariane Mnouchkine's Theatre du Soleil production of Les Atrides--both were Lecoquian offspring.