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Love wave

n.
A type of seismic surface wave that causes rock particles to move with a side-to-side motion perpendicular to the direction of an earthquake's main propagation. Love waves travel faster than Rayleigh waves. Also called L wave.

[After Augustus Edward Hough Love (1863-1940), British mathematician.]
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The primary endpoint in the BEACH trial was one-year morbidity and mortality defined as the cumulative incidence of non Q-wave myocardial infarction within 24 hours of the index procedure, peri-procedural (less than or equal to 30 days) death, stroke and Q-wave myocardial infarction and late ipsilateral stroke and neurological death from 31 days through 12-month follow-up.
The composite end point included non-Q-wave myocardial infarctions that occurred within 24 hours of the procedure, all deaths, strokes, and Q-wave MIs through 30 days following treatment, and all ipsilateral strokes and neurologic deaths that occurred from 31 days to 1 year after treatment.