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  • noun Plural form of stent.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of stent.

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Examples

  • The information is from a conference, so we have to take the reporter's and reserchers 'word for it, but it does sound like the cheaper plain stents might be better or at least just as good as the drug-coated ones.

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  • The information is from a conference, so we have to take the reporter's and reserchers 'word for it, but it does sound like the cheaper plain stents might be better or at least just as good as the drug-coated ones.

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  • Johnson & Johnson , the company that created a $6 billion global market for devices called stents that prop open clogged heart arteries, is quitting the business after years of slumping sales and market share that reflected an inability to keep pace with rivals.

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  • Aspirin and Plavix are typically given together to prevent clots in patients whose arteries are propped open with tiny metal devices called stents.

    J&J Drug May Have New Role

  • Plus, the iron alloy is much thinner, meaning it can even be used for brain stents.

    Elastic Iron Alloy Could be Used to Make Earthquake-Proof Buildings | Inhabitat

  • Johnson & Johnson , the company that created a $5 billion global market for tiny metal devices called stents that prop open clogged heart arteries, is leaving the business, succumbing to years of slumping sales and market share that reflected an inability to keep pace with competitors.

    Stent Pioneer J&J to Exit Business

  • Johnson & Johnson , the company that created a $6 billion global market for devices called stents that prop open clogged heart arteries, is quitting the business after years of slumping sales and market share that reflected an inability to keep pace with rivals.

    This Week: GOP Debate, Greek Respite, RIM Trouble

  • Johnson & Johnson , the company that created a $5 billion global market for tiny metal devices called stents that prop open clogged heart arteries, is leaving the business, succumbing to years of slumping sales and market share that reflected an inability to keep pace with competitors.

    Stent Pioneer J&J to Exit Business

  • It's also commonly prescribed to patients treated with devices called stents to prop open diseased coronary arteries.

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  • Aggressive use of expensive diabetes drugs and medical devices called stents did no better than cheaper treatments at preventing deaths, heart attacks or strokes in a large study of diabetics with heart disease.

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