A Monograph of the Ithomiidae (Lepidoptera) Part III: The by Richard M. Fox

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Detailed data on potential mechanisms of macrovascular events will be 26 Angioplasty collected with centralized evaluations of ECGs, lipids and HbA1c levels. A fibrinolysis core laboratory will explore the effect of glycemic control strategy on the progression and mechanism of vasculopathy, including changes in PAI-1 activity and gene expression. The investigators will evaluate the relative economic costs associated with revascularization approaches and diabetes control (Separate application for the ECG Core, the Fibrinolysis Core and the Economics Core complement this lead application).

PTA or surgical revision of hemodynamically significant stenoses detected will be performed. Access patency will be followed for at least 2 years, or until placement of a new access. All other aspects of the patients' medical and dialysis care will follow usual medical standards. ; Professor of Health Research and Policy; Health Research and Policy; Stanford University Stanford, Ca 94305 Timing: Fiscal Year 2002; Project Start 15-SEP-2000; Project End 31-MAY-2007 Summary: The revised Bypass Angioplasty Revascularization Investigation (BARI) II study proposes to evaluate treatments for Type 2 diabetic patients with angiographically proven coronary artery disease and stable angina or ischemia.

The first approach will be to directly examine the patient decision process by administering the Shared Decision Program (SDP) to patients facing treatment decisions following cardiac catheterization. The SDP is a computer based interactive video device that provides patients with easily understood information about their disease and potential therapeutic options in a neutrally framed format. The program also provides viewers with individualized comparisons of survival according for angioplasty, bypass surgery, and medical therapy.

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