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Therapeutic Angiogenesis with Recombinant Fibroblast Growth Factor-2 (rFGF-2) for Intermittent Claudication. A clinical trial assessing FGF-2’s ability to improve perfusion in symptomatic atherosclerotic heart disease—i.e., intermittent claudication of the lower extremities
Conclusion Intra-arterial rFGF-2 resulted in a significant increase in peak walking time at 90 days; repeat infusion at 30 days was no better than one infusion

traffic

1. See Motor vehicles.
2. Sexual traffic, see there.
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Rosenberg borrows from the popular book and movie The Perfect Storm, which told how a rare combination of meteorological forces resulted in a monstrously destructive force, to describe the escalation in traffic deaths and injuries in poorer countries.
BIG-IP ensures application and call integrity by making sure that traffic persists to the correct destination and by providing session state fail-over in the event of failure on back-end proxies.
Once the IP-aware concentrator aggregates Internet traffic and video traffic into separate service classes, it can treat each traffic type differently, prioritizing, queuing, and forwarding each class' traffic separately for each user.
Other, relatively simple models, which are based on computer simulations rather than differential equations, are winning acceptance for their ability to generate artificial traffic networks that behave like real ones.
Those administrators who make police work assignments often ignore the revenue implications of traffic law enforcement.