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Synonyms for conduction

the transmission of heat or electricity or sound

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Cardiac evaluation with electrocardiography must be done for conduction disorders in patients using chloroquine for rheumatic diseases.
For each of the three admission categories (CVD, pneumonia, and COPD), we considered 10 causes (defined by a previous admission) as effect modifiers: COPD (ICD-9 code 490-496 except 493), asthma (ICD-9 code 493), acute bronchitis (ICD-9 code 466), acute respiratory illness (ICD-9 code 460-466), pneumonia (ICD-9 code 480-487), CVD (ICD-9 code 390-429), myocardial infarction (ICD-9 code 410), congestive heart failure (ICD-9 code 428), conduction disorders (ICD-9 code 426), and dysrhythmias (ICD-9 code 427).
RationalMed has established special black box alerts for patients with cardiovascular risk factors who are using ADHD medications including patients who have had heart failure, endocardial/valvular disorders, conduction disorders, cardiomyopathy, structural heart disease and strokes.
Using practical and cost-effective approaches, Symphony's products are designed to correct cardiac conduction disorders through safe biologic, non-ablative means.
Study Will Look Into the Evolution Of AV Conduction Disorders in Pacemaker Patients.
AAIsafeR also responds to conduction disorders occurring at night and to those occurring while exercising, thus allowing maximum comfort and safety for patients.
In addition, the Symphony AAIsafeR 2 pacemaker is the only pacing system in the world that specifically manages atrioventricular (AV) conduction disorders that occur during exercise or at night.
Hemorrhage P P L L 143 Chest Pain P P P L 116** Other Cardiac Pacemaker Implant P P P - 138 Arrhythmia & Conduction Disorders - - - L * DRG 014 changed definitions in 2002 from Specific Cerebrovascular Disorders Except TIA.
The company's cardiac rhythm management division has a 40-year history in the development of products for the treatment of bradycardia, tachycardia and other cardiac conduction disorders and is a leader in global markets, delivering products to more than 100 countries worldwide.
CryoGen's transcatheter cryoablation procedure, a technology that uses extreme cold to create lesions in the heart wall, may offer physicians promise in correcting certain electrical conduction disorders (arrhythmias) in the heart.