cardiac insufficiency


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Synonyms for cardiac insufficiency

inadequate blood flow to the heart muscles

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71%) developed of MACE, which consisted of three cases of heart failure, three cases of cardiac insufficiency, one case of cardiac asthma, two cases of severe arrhythmia, two cases of myocardial infarction, no cardiac death.
Acute circulation failure accompanied by clear hypotension, myocardial insufficiency related to obstruction, use of sildenafil, a recent history of myocardial infarction or acute cardiac insufficiency were criteria for exclusion from the study.
The uses of solanesol include Vitamin K2 (an anti-hemorrhagic vitamin), Vitamin E (an anti-sterility vitamin) and Coenzyme Q10 (a physiologically active substance fighting cardiac insufficiency, muscular dystrophy, anaemia, and other health problems).
The Chinese intern died of an acute cardiac insufficiency while going to bed in a dormitory of the company in June, 2008.
Clinical findings included low-grade fever, cardiac insufficiency with peripheral edema, hepatosplenomegaly, and 20% half-moon nephritis; a transesophageal echocardiograph did not show signs of endocarditis.
After Al-Nadim was diagnosed with an infection that created pulmonary pressure and cardiac insufficiency, his family and PHR -- Israel tried to coordinate a trip for Samir to Nablus for an urgent operation.
With regard to the clinical evolution of patients with infective endocarditis, in the present study, 52% of patients presented septicemia complication, 11% pulmonary embolism, and 37% cardiac insufficiency.
Washington, Apr 25 (ANI): Researchers from Center for Applied Medical Research (CIMA) of the University of Navarra have found a key enzyme in the development of cardiac insufficiency.
will market the anti-hypertensive product Cardicor(R)(Bisoprolol), for the treatment of cardiac insufficiency, as well as Emcor(R)(Bisoprolol) for the treatment of hypertension and angina pectoris.
As 20 to 25% of the effective cardiac output is passed through the circuit, its use is contraindicated in patients with cardiac insufficiency.
Deutsche Telekom said the Klinik Friedrichshafen GmbH hospital has been using the telemedicine system since 1 November 2007, to monitor patients with cardiac insufficiency.
Doctors need a way to quickly distinguish whether a patient with respiratory distress is suffering from cardiac insufficiency or another etiology.
A history of angina was found in 17 patients (53%), myocardial infarction in 14 (44%), and cardiac insufficiency in 2 (6%), with 53% of the events occurring 30-60 days prior to lung surgery.