Dr Watt’s results came from interviewing about 500 individuals who were admitted in to the Gold Coast Hospital Emergency Department between October 2000 and October 2001. Sufferers, aged 16 above and years, were asked about their injuries which varied from mind accidental injuries, falls, assaults, cuts, piercings, choking, burns and near drownings. These were asked how they were injured, where they were injured and the severity. The most typical injuries were falls, becoming hit simply by or against car then one and motorbike crashes. The highest blood alcoholic beverages reading was .31 percent. ‘Car crashes are important and we have to continue to value those,’ Dr Watt said.Patients who have were randomly assigned to PCI received a loading dose of clopidogrel and aspirin immediately prior to the procedure if they were not already taking these medicines. All stenoses with an FFR of 0.80 or much less were treated with second-generation drug-eluting stents.18-20 Following PCI, all sufferers received clopidogrel at a dosage of 75 mg each day for at least 12 months in addition to the best available medical therapy. All patients received a medication tracking form for recording weekly medication use and doses.