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Boston Scientific EPI: A Carotid Stenting Trial for High-Risk Surgical Patients. A trial evaluating M&M for high-risk patients treated with Carotid WALLSTENT® with FilterWire EX®/EZ™ System distal protection

Primary endpoint 1-year M&M—cumulative non Q-wave MI within 24 hours of carotid stenting, death in 30 days, stroke, Q-wave MI, ipsilateral stroke or fatal neurologic events up to 1 year
Conclusions Stenting with the Carotid WALLSTENT® together with the FilterWire EX®/EZ™ in a high risk surgical population that otherwise met all other enrollment criteria demonstrated acceptable 30 day and 1-year safety results
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The trail art work will need to use creative ideas to draw and invite people the important link between town and foreshore.
An RNLI spokesman said: "We deal with a number of incidents each year where people have fallen some distance onto the foreshore with the possibility of spinal or head injury.
'We have been working alongside the UP office of the vice president for development that is in charge of all UP properties to come up with a foreshore management agreement with the DENR since 2011,' Conaco said in an email to the Inquirer.
The headland and foreshore proposals have been a talking point in Mumbles since 2010, whenSwanseacouncillors approved outline plans to redevelop the landmark area.
Sales's sentiment was echoed by Bolinao, Pangasinan, Mayor Arnold Celeste, who admitted to newsmen in an interview that the non-issuance of guidelines on the use of foreshore lands has emboldened people to build structures contrary to environmental laws.
Ana and Santos had given unwarranted benefit, advantage and preference to DMCIMC when they approved the renewal of its port permits despite the absence of mandatory requirements, the most important of which is the foreshore lease agreement as provided by PPA's own rules and regulations.
As I busy myself on the foreshore, I have to remind myself that what constitutes a history-hunting hobby for me is really scrabbling about for ancient rubbish, from a point of privilege.
He does so through the lens of schemes proposed for Perth's foreshore, which he calls the city's symbolic front garden.
Parliament committee on agrarian policy, water, environment and regional development has approved a draft resolution on granting free access to the beach areas across the foreshore of Issyk-Kul during the committee's meeting.
The aircraft operating the commemorative flight - EY9240 - flew at approximately 2,000 ft over the world heritage-listed venue and along the Sydney Harbour foreshore.
Located at the mouths of the Mersey and Dee estuaries, the new Mersey Narrows and Wirral Foreshore SPA and Ramsar site is home to internationally important populations of knot, bar-tailed godwit, little gull and common tern and regularly supports over 20,000 waders and wildfowl in winter.
Margaret River, Australia, February 26, 2013 --( The sport of equine polo is coming to Busselton Foreshore for the first time on Sat, April 27th 2013.