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Thank you for the update. I too have been on the list for a long time. I make sure to update my information if there is any changes in hopes I will be contacted. Although I have never been called, I keep hoping one day to be able to donate.

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I have not been contacted, but I will always be available to save someone’s son, daughter, brother or sister. My brother at age 17 needed a bone marrow transplant for leukemia in the pioneer days of this procedure in 1974. He was under the care of Dr Donnall Thomas in Seattle who won the Nobel prize in 1990 for his research in bone marrow transplants. My other brother was the donor. Dave survived for another 3 years wonderful years. Dave was a pioneer in research that paved the way for the current very successful procedures available today. The BBC did a documentary on this procedure called “Dave’s Going Home” way back in 74. So please sign up and be willing to give the gift on life.

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I signed up on 9/11/01 while waiting to donate blood. For several years I considered the greatest gift I could give would be to donate bone marrow. The wording of my this greatest gift has changed since a relative required bone marrow and no suitable match was found. I will be every so grateful if no one is ever in need of a donation of my bone marrow. However, if the call does come, I’m out the door immediately! On another note: the questionionaire asked if one is signed up to be an organ donor. A most valuable followup question is whether or not one’s family will honor this request. I am sorry to respond that my preference is to be a donor yet I am certain my husband will not honor this request.

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I have been on the registry since 1994 and have never been contacted. We have moved several times (military), and I am concerned I may have been dropped? How can I be sure?

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PCI of the bypassed native artery should be the preferred approach provided the native vessel is not chronically occluded. PCI of a CTO may be indicated when ischaemic symptoms are present and there is evidence of significant ischaemia and viable myocardium in the territory supplied. CTO interventions should be performed by specialized operators with > 80% success rates. If PCI of the native vessel fails, angioplasty of the stenosed SVG remains an option. In chronically occluded SVG the success rates are considerably lower with even higher complication and restenosis rates than in non-occluded SVG [ 32 ].

If repeat PCI fails to abort evolving significant MI, immediate CABG is indicated [ 172 ]. When severe haemodynamic instability is present, IABP should be inserted prior to emergency revascularization. Cardiopulmonary assistance may be considered if the patient does not stabilize prior to emergency CABG.

Late failure after PCI is mostly due to restenosis and occasionally to (very) late stent thrombosis. Significant restenosis is commonly treated by PCI (balloon, DES, or drug-eluting balloon). Patients with intolerable angina or ischaemia will eventually require CABG, especially with unsuitable morphology for PCI (e.g. very long restenosis), additional non-discrete disease progression in other vessels or repetitive restenosis without favourable options for PCI. Diabetes, number of diseased vessels, type of lesion, lesion topography, and incomplete PCI revascularization have been identified as risk factors for subsequent CABG after PCI. Arterial grafts should be used preferentially to treat restenotic vessels. According to several studies, the operative risk of CABG may be increased, as compared with CABG without prior PCI. Prior stenting may compel more distal bypass grafting with less favourable results. Registry data showed increased complications after CABG with multiple prior PCI procedures.

Hybrid myocardial revascularization is a planned, intentional combination of CABG, with a catheter-based intervention to other coronary arteries during the same hospital stay. Procedures can be performed consecutively in a hybrid operating room, or sequentially on separate occasions in the conventional surgical and PCI environments.

Hybrid procedure consisting of ITA to LAD and PCI of other territories appears reasonable when PCI of the LAD is not an option or unlikely to portend good results ( Table 30 ). Indications should be selected by the Heart Team and potential opportunities for using a hybrid approach are listed here.

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(1) Primary PCI for posterior or inferior STEMI and severe CAD in non-culprit vessel(s), better suited for CABG.

Four commonly aired criticisms relating to this theme were identified (figure 3 ). We evaluate the evidence for each in the sections below.

Concerns about the relationship between LSMPAs and social justice must be taken very seriously given the critical need to balance and harmonize goals for biodiversity protection with human rights. Complaints about infringement of social justice are usually made where LSMPAs have been designated by top-down processes. Concerns over political motivations (e.g., Chagos Marine Reserve; De Santo et al. 2011 ), lack of universal support (e.g., Easter Island Marine Park; Radwin 2016 ), and inadequate stakeholder consultation (e.g., New Zealand's Kermadec Ocean Sanctuary; Newman 2016 ) have all been raised. In the case of the Chagos Marine Reserve, for example, a leaked confidential UK government memo in 2010 suggested prevention of resettlement of the archipelago by Chagossians was a motivation for the LSMPA. However, designation was under the proviso that “should circumstances change, all the options for a marine protected area may need to be reconsidered” (FCO 2009 ), leaving the opportunity open for island resettlement. Recent legal rulings state that the LSMPA has no bearing on the UK government's decision not to permit resettlement (UK Supreme Court 2016 ), whatever private communications were had. Thus, although the forced expulsion of the Chagossians in the 1960s and 1970s is undoubtedly a case of undermined social justice, the claim that the establishment of the Chagos Marine Reserve furthers this is, in our view, inaccurate.

It is essential that people are considered alongside nature in any marine management decision in order to not only promote equity and justice but also improve compliance, thereby reducing enforcement costs and increasing management effectiveness (Agardy et al. 2016 , Di Franco et al. 2016 ). For example, involvement of Native Hawaiians led to cultural heritage and the importance of an uninterrupted seascape for traditional navigation featuring prominently in the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument designation (Friedlander et al. 2016 ). The 2016 expansion was initiated by a group of Native Hawaiians with full support from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, and the reserve has been designed to exclude commercial fishing but allow Native Hawaiians to exploit resources for subsistence and cultural purposes (Kikiloi et al. 2017 ). Similarly, the Pitcairn Islands Marine Reserve covers the entirety of the EEZ, excluding halos around islands and an offshore reef so that the local population can continue fishing for subsistence and trade. Likewise, the Palau National Marine Sanctuary extends from 20 nautical miles beyond coastlines to Palau's EEZ boundary (equivalent to 80% of the EEZ), with management of 0–20 nautical miles devolved and exclusive access given to local communities in accordance with land-based boundaries. More recently, continued engagement with the Rapa Nui has led to majority support for the designation of the Rapa Nui Rahui (Easter Island) MPA.

Despite numerous reforms, Austria's pension system continues to be based on state pensions to which employers contribute more than their employees. In Germany, on the other hand, the state pension replacement rate has been and continues to be cut in a bid to reduce non-wage labour costs. One important consequence of this is the transfer of part of the responsibility for pensions and their funding to private individuals who are now expected to provide for their retirement themselves. While private pension plans (e.g. the Riester pension) do not normally benefit from employer contributions, joint funding systems are still widespread among occupational pension schemes. The new occupational pensions financed by employees through earnings conversion have – at least to some extent – been exposed as a cost-cutting measure for businesses, since they enable many companies to get out of paying employer social security contributions. The earnings conversion approach also results in lower pensions. Vans Women’s Old Skool LowTop Trainers Brown/Yellow Mte Honey/Leather free shipping get to buy 01Y1dJGU
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The comparison of Germany and Austria reveals that there was in fact no economic imperative for Germany to cut back state pensions and promote funded private pensions as a partial substitute. Since Germany was reasonably competitive compared to other countries at the start of the 21st century, there was no need to free employers from the obligation to match their employees' contributions. The view that the financial burden of the welfare state was the main cause of the labour market depression of the 2000s is not supported by the comparison of macroeconomic data with Austria.

Consequently, any suggestion that the German government should promote private top-up pensions even more strongly in the future should be regarded as highly suspect, especially since the current system has not been systematically evaluated. A statutory evaluation requirement similar to those that already exist for labour market policy instruments is essential for a system that profits from government subsidies. In its absence, it is likely that the benefit of any doubt will favour the interests of businesses (including pension providers) rather than those of beneficiaries. In fact, what the German government really needs to do is contemplate gradually raising the level of state pensions again. In the meantime, government support for private pensions should be scaled back. Austria's track record demonstrates that better results are achieved if government revenue is used to strengthen and secure state pensions.

At present, it would appear that occupational pensions are a valuable means of topping up the state pension in Germany to a level that provides workers with the necessary degree of protection. This is especially true because collectively organised occupational pensions are more efficient than purely private pension plans. However, there is considerable variation among different industries and companies in terms of the availability and implementation of such pensions. Unlike in Germany, Austrian employers are obliged to cover at least 50% of the cost of occupational pensions. A similar requirement for employers to contribute at least 50% to the funding of occupational pensions in Germany would also provide the basis for a sustainable earnings conversion system, as long as it was not used as a pretext for reducing the level of state pensions. However, it is still necessary to ask whether capital market risks, possible extra costs arising from the involvement of private pension providers, regulatory requirements and distribution problems mean that it would nevertheless be better and cheaper to focus on strengthening state pensions. The option of a state pension system encompassing the entire working population should also be closely examined in Germany. It would be necessary to clarify exactly what the appropriate transitional measures would look like and how funding and protection priorities could be squared with each other.

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