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Aggressive Diagnosis of Restenosis. A study evaluating the benefits, if any, of post-percutaneous coronary intervention functional testing
Primary endpoint Exercise tolerance
Conclusion Routine functional testing post-PCI results in similar rates of future cardiac procedures, little difference in functional status or QOL and no evidence of decreased clinical events
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Beaton has mastered the art of making you laugh with just a simple facial expression, and the adorably dumb-looking pony is a highlight of every page.
Tonight, it's Henry's cheery 19-year-old co-worker Dean (Fisayo Akinade) whose adorably brash, and very teenage approach to sex and life in general are a complete contrast to Henry's middle-aged reserve.
Tonight, it's Henry's it's Henry's T cheery 19-year-old co-worker Dean (Fisayo Akinade) whose adorably brash, and very teenage approach to sex and life in general are a complete contrast to Henry's middle-aged reserve.
Babies love the soft, minky fabric on one side, while the cotton designer fabric on the other side is covered in adorably chic designs.
"Not even the horrors of slavery could douse the fire in Kirk Kelleykahn's young John, the much-needed, adorably comic relief."
He is most famous for tough guy roles, but in real life he is adorably gentle, funny and smart.
Mary Lambert kills it at the VMA's with her duet of "Same Love." And then turns around and releases the adorably lesbotastic video for "She Keeps Me Warm"
With a two-year international warrantee and a BD17.750 price, you can also purchase a variety of children's Swatch watches adorably named 'Flik Flaks'.
Summer road trips with babies and dogs require all the components that work for grown-ups, like soul-stirring scenery and inviting campgrounds, plus specific baby/dog amenities like grassy spots where your son can roll adorably on the lawn and the dog can run around and bark.
Will the adorably mild-mannered John Whitehurst, a minuscule British prodigy with a forgetful streak, remember his steps when he gets in front of the judges?
After intermission, the balloon lands in the Land of Sweets where they are met by sweet little angels, adorably danced by young students.