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YAMM will segment your list to start a new merge and target the right people.

Your former 'Merge status' column will be renamed with the date of your previous campaign, and we will automatically create a new status column for this new campaign. This way you still have access to the status of your former campaigns.

We can only track 1 campaign at a time in the same sheet. So if you want to keep track of your former campaigns, best will be to do the follow-up campaign in a new sheet .

Indeed when you do a follow-up, YAMM erases all the former YAMM-IDs on the recipient rows, and replace them by a new one. These YAMM-IDs are used to record and track your emails.

So after a new mail merge on the same sheet, it will not be possible to track your former campaign from the previous sending. You will be able to track the new mail merge only.

Follow-up on same email threads?
In new threads

If you choose to run a follow-up campain in new threads, your recipients will get your follow-up email in separate thread from their Gmail inbox:

This option will work only if your subject line is different from the first email (or if you're using another draft with another subject line).
In same threads

By choosing this option, your recipients will get your follow-up email on the same conversation thread from their Gmail box:

This option will work only if your subject line is the same as your first email. Best would be to reuse the same draft and simply modify the email content (not the subject line).

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Swschool

is it possible to do a follow up email on a section of the overall campaign? Ie those that were emailed in wave 1?

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Denise Henry

Would you please show examples for this option? Thank you.

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YAMM Team

@Denise: Thanks for your comment! We have updated this article and you have now examples for follow-up in new / same threads.

@Swschool:Sorry, you can only choose one of the 4 target groups offered by our follow-up option, but we would consider adding more options ;-).

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It is time for clinicians and patients to curb our enthusiasm for vitamin D screening and supplementation. Strategies to decrease unnecessary testing could include distributing the patient handout on vitamin D tests created by Consumer Reports for the Choosing Wisely campaign ( Lucky Womens Labelle Wedge Sandal 2014 online genuine sale online hot sale online bFQId4kRbv
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Editor's Note: Dr. Lin is Associate Deputy Editor of AFP online.

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Address correspondence to Kenneth W. Lin, MD, MPH, at Kenneth.Lin@georgetown.edu . Reprints are not available from the author.

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Nonetheless, in patients with multi-vessel CAD, ongoing SV graft failures have led some surgeons to adopt a policy of extensive or total arterial revascularization using one or both internal mammary arteries and alternative conduits such as the radial artery (RA) ( 10 ) or right gastroepiploic arterial grafts ( 11 ). Arterial grafts have the advantage of durability and may have a protective effect by reducing the progression of native CAD in grafted vessels ( 12 ). Multiple arterial grafting may thereby improve survival in patients receiving total arterial revascularization. Beginning in 1995, total arterial revascularization has been the operation of choice in our unit for treatment of three-vessel CAD, with various iterations or graft configurations in use.

The success of a surgical procedure is related to careful assessment and planning. All patients should be considered for multiple arterial grafts. Although the BITA rate is about 35% in our unit there are a number of recognized relative contraindications, including obesity (BMI >35), severe airways disease, diabetes, radiotherapy, or immunosuppression. Recent data suggest that the risks of the latter are markedly reduced by the use of skeletonization ( 13 ). The RA is our conduit of choice after the ITAs. Most patients with TVD require three major conduits; combined with ITA conduits, our choice is to use the RA rather than a SVG for the supplementary bypass grafts. There are contraindications to RA harvesting: 5% of patients have an abnormal ulnar collateral flow as judged by the Allen test (a return of blood to the ischemic hand in greater than 10 seconds after release of the ulnar pulse), while palpable or visible calcification during harvesting pose potential problems in the elderly. RA trauma following recent cardiac catheterization is a more recent concern, and limited data and anecdotal experience suggests these conduits should be avoided. Patients receiving or likely to receive dialysis may require the preservation of RAs for future fistulae as lack of vascular access remains a major cause of death in long-term dialysis patients.

Aside from the availability of conduits, other factors which may influence optimal planning are the severity of the target lesions and the decision to perform the procedure on- or off-pump. In lesions with less than 70% stenosis in the left circulation, and probably 90% in a dominant right coronary system, competitive flow is a risk factor for arterial graft failure, and lesser lesions may be more safely grafted with a SV or left untouched. Moderate right coronary lesions (40-69%) have a lower rate of progression than often assumed and may reasonably remain ungrafted ( 14 ). The use of off-pump techniques favors arterial conduits, given several reports of poorer SVG patency after off-pump coronary artery bypass (OPCAB), and with anaortic OPCAB techniques being performed almost exclusively with multiple arterial grafts.

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