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Dutch Echographic Cardiac Risk Evaluation Applying Stress Echo. A trial that compared the cardioprotective effect of a beta-blocker—bisoprolol—in high-risk patients undergoing major vascular surgery with standard therapy
Results 20 serious cardiac events, cardiac deaths or MIs occurred with standard therapy, 2 with beta-blockers
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Concentric areas of decreasingly suitable habitat (HC3 and HC4) surround the most suitable areas and continue south along most of coastal California and the coastal/inland mountain ranges to the border with Mexico.
"We're seeing Israel increasingly deny or delay access to potentially life-saving cancer and other treatment outside Gaza, with shockingly high numbers of Palestinian patients subsequently dying, while Gaza's healthcare system - subjected to half a century of occupation and a decade of blockade - is decreasingly able to meet the needs of its population," according to MAP's CEO Aimee Shalan.
"We're seeing Israel increasingly deny or delay access to potentially life-saving cancer and other treatment outside Gaza, with shockingly high numbers of Palestinian patients subsequently dying, while Gaza's healthcare system -- subjected to half a century of occupation and a decade of blockade -- is decreasingly able to meet the needs of its population," said Aimee Shalan, CEO of MAP.
Unfortunately, once Sharon's contemporary story as the unlucky Cora gets going, the link between the tale and her sad life becomes decreasingly pertinent.
These methods are decreasingly effective against the advanced threats from today's motivated, advanced hackers.
Thus in agriculture production, greater the number of inputs, more will be the decreasingly combined effects of the inputs on the outputs/yield.
Using an analogy from the corporate world, he argues that, rather than attempting to compete with the United States directly in expanding its influence beyond its traditional sphere, China appears to be pursuing an alternative "business model" that offers it a competitive advantage in a world decreasingly committed to liberal values, especially with regard to trade, human rights, and democracy.
If firms in distress depend less on debts (and more on equity), or use debt issues decreasingly to cover their financing deficit, when this financing deficit increases, the [[beta].sub.PO] coefficient in these firms would be positive, but considerably lower than 1, and the Y coefficient would be negative.
SCG also validated the notion that open office concepts are most prominent in Europe, and then (decreasingly prevalent, but still popular) in Canada and on the U.S.
Social media has thrown back the veil that separated the seen and unseen, the heard and unheard, empowering a generation decreasingly defined by gender and sexuality but still oppressed by expectations and limitations of race.
Among the most stimulating of these insights is that members of the legal academy today are decreasingly drawn from professional backgrounds involving substantial legal practice experience.
4b) Same as 4a but HRI retained and Acre Mills site sold HRI site is old, expensive to maintain and becoming decreasingly fit for purpose.