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A trial comparing MACE in patients receiving iodixanol or ioxaglate during PTCA for acute coronary syndromes
Primary endpoints In-hospital MACE
Conclusion MACE is lower in high-risk patients without renal insufficiency undergoing PTCA with iodixanol than with ioxaglate
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It is worth mentioning that according to the Romanian Criminal Code in force (since 1969), the ancillary punishment of restriction of rights cannot be served if the court of law has ruled the conditional remission of the principal punishment or licence supervision.
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It just shows that even in a court of law money talks.
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