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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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influence the action of a court-martial or any other military
tried at a court-martial for offenses not specifically covered through
The decision was taken even though the Army Act permits members of one court-martial to try the same accused at a second tribunal ''on charges of a different nature.''
(The field officer court technically replaced regimental and garrison courts-martial, but regimental courts remained in use well after promulgation of the relevant legislation.) With identical jurisdiction as a regimental court-martial, the field officer court was to forward more serious cases to a general court-martial.
4 announcement, said Sara Rich, Swift's mother, and Keith Scherer, her attorney, was communication with prosecutors about ways to avoid the court-martial, which is a public process open to the media.
(22) He was tried by a general court-martial for conspiring with several soldiers to steal 36,000 batteries from an Army warehouse and for carrying out that plan.
Army deserter Charles Jenkins will be court-martialed at the Army's Camp Zama near Tokyo on Wednesday, with some experts expecting a sentence to be passed within the day.
Court-martial judgments can be appealed both on matters of facts and law, and they fall under the appellate jurisdiction of the Supreme Court.
Acting on a recommendation by three admirals who sat on the bench of the Navy Court of Inquiry, Fargo decided not to court-martial Waddle.
'A trial by court-martial, governed by the procedure laid down in the Army Act 1955, did not constitute a fair hearing by an independent tribunal, as guaranteed by Article 6.1 of the European Convention on Human Rights (which) provides: "In the determination of .
However, Saragosa's attorney, Kirk Cashmere, suggests that Saragosa was the victim of a double standard, pointing to the case of a female officer charged with having sexual relations with an enlisted man who was allowed to leave the Air Force without being threatened with a court-martial.
The court-martial started last week and proceedings are being presided over by a Commodore-rank officer of the Navy, they said.