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The right coronary artery originating from the aorta was visualized as tortuous and enlarged and the left coronary artery could not be visualized completely (Figure 3).
a codeveloper of the original coronary artery stent, calls the study "a tremendous advance.
Tiny tubes called stents have been used for many years to treat coronary artery disease.
Since receiving CE Mark approval last year, many leading European institutions throughout 11 countries - including Germany, the UK and Spain - have begun using the GALILEO System to treat patients with coronary artery disease.
Adjustment problems of spouses of patients undergoing coronary artery bypass graft surgery during early convalescence.
The Coronary Artery Disease Market is Forecast to Show Marginal Growth Until 2017
GlobalData analysis shows that the global Atherosclerosis or Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) therapeutics market stood at $12.
As long as the herpes-heart connection remains speculative, the practical advice for people worried about coronary artery disease will continue to focus on the known risk factors, such as cigarette smoking, fatty foods, and a couch potato lifestyle.
on behalf of the arbutamine study group, reports results from 45 patients enrolled in Phase 2 clinical trial of arbutamine in patients with confirmed coronary artery disease.
The control group will have the removed saphenous vein immersed in saline, while the veins of those in the experimental group will be immersed in AVI-5126 mixed with saline before connection of the vein graft into the coronary artery circulation.
Medical Center in San Diego which found that arbutamine appeared to be more effective than dobutamine in its ability to produce diagnostic signs of coronary artery disease when measured with an ultrasound technique similar to clinical echocardiography, even though the drugs are structurally similar catecholamine compounds.

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