People have a tendency to only pay attention to gun safety issues after these mass killings but this is happening on a regular basis to our children and it's totally preventable, Sauaia said. Are we as a society willing to accept that 2 % of our kids shot each year can be an acceptable number? Related StoriesCHOP's Buerger Middle for Advanced Pediatric Treatment celebrates grand openingLoyola Medicine, Palos Community Medical center jointly release innovative telemedicine programGlan Clwyd Hospital N Wales invest in Esaote's G-Scan MRI device for weight-bearing scanning Sauaia, an associate professor of public health, surgery and medicine, studied child trauma admissions from 2000-2008 at Children's Hospital Colorado and Denver Wellness Medical Center.The researchers found no significant distinctions in the %ages of drug-eluting and bare metal stent patients who required a do it again angioplasty or coronary artery bypass graft surgery and in the %ages of sufferers who suffered strokes or main bleeding . The results were not affected by age, gender, competition, ethnicity or other elements.D., Ph.D., a co-author of the study, the better outcomes found for patients with drug-eluting stents may be at least partially explained because those patients are required to take blood-thinning medications, such as clopidogrel, for a long time after their procedure. Sufferers who receive bare metal stents are often prescribed blood-thinner medicines for a shorter time period and may take them less often.