myocardial infarction

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Synonyms for myocardial infarction

destruction of heart tissue resulting from obstruction of the blood supply to the heart muscle

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But really, it's the evocative lyrics that stand out, whether its folk-legend Paul's "Down in Houston on comes this woman/With two kids and a bottle of booze,/And she cracked them both like match heads/Whenever they ventured too close to her fuse" or the always original Waits with "liar liar with your pants on fire/white spades hangin' on the telephone wire/gamblers reevaluate along the dotted line/you'll never recognize yourself on heartattack and vine.
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But in the midst of this process, Ed Victory dies of a heartattack and Bowen inadvertently locks himself up inside the bomb-shelter built by Victory during the Cold War, which Bowen had been using as an apartment.
He added: ``If you are in Tesco or Asda and you have a heartattack, someone will always call an ambulance, but if you also have scores of people who are trained to use a defibrilator your chances are that much increased.
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Both Houllier and Auxerre's legendary coach have suffered serious cardiac problems in the last couple of years and the French side's director of operations, Gerard Bourgoin, said: 'It's the match of the heartattack victims.
Consider the fragrance of wet leaves in the fall or the sound of wind restling throught leaves or brances, so similar to the "white noise" used in hospital wards to mask disturbing sounds and help heartattack victims relax.
In addition to mainstay venues The Cluny, The Tyne, Star & Shadow Cinema, The Cumberland Arms, the Tanner's and Cluny 2, the event will also take over three intimate venues - Heartattack & Vine, Blast Studios and Blank Studios - to offer something really special, including three secret guest artists.