cardiac insufficiency

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Synonyms for cardiac insufficiency

inadequate blood flow to the heart muscles

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During the follow-up period, the patient died due to cardiac insufficiency.
In practice, cardiac disorders induced by olanzapine must be taken into consideration with a patient developing dyspnea or other signs of cardiac insufficiency. Olanzapine must be withdrawn in these cases and the treatment of cardiac insufficiency must be routinely done (12).
At six-month follow-up, results showed zero-percent stent thrombosis, zero-percent myocardial infarctions, one cardiac death due to terminal cardiac insufficiency, and three-percent Target Lesion Revascularization, leading to four-percent Major Adverse Coronary Event.
Kyrgyzstan had many cases of complicated coronary heart diseases with cardiac insufficiency. One of the patients with the similar case went through the hybrid cardiac surgery in Osh-Cardio Center.
SHEIKH NAZIM KIBRISyu HOSPITALIZED: Ninety-one year-old well-known Islamic Scholar Sheikh Nazim Kyybryysi was hospitalized due to respiratory and cardiac insufficiency at the Near East University (YDU) Hospital in Northern Cyprus.
Numerous randomized placebo-controlled clinical trials report hawthorn's ability to improve exercise capacity, alleviate symptoms of cardiac insufficiency, and treat mild to moderate CHF, the area of the most research.
(19) Complications were registered after the first day of ICU stay and grouped into cardiologic (myocarditis with cardiac insufficiency or arrhythmias), renal (acute renal insufficiency), neurologic (encephalitis with convulsions and coma), hydroelectrolytic (acidosis, sodium potassium, calcium disturbances), hematologic (anemia, leukopenia, plateletopenia) and respiratory (atelectasis, pleural stroke, pneumothorax) problems.
The Cardiac Insufficiency Bisoprolol Study (CIBIS II), a randomized controlled trial (RCT) involving 2647 patients with New York Heart Association (NYHA) Class III or IV heart failure and an ejection fraction (EF) [less than or equal to] 35%, found that bisoprolol reduced the primary end point of all-cause mortality (hazard ratio [HR]=0.66; 95% confidence interval [CI], 0.54-0.81; P<.0001) compared with placebo.
The most severe Class IV patients are unable to perform physical activity without discomfort and exhibit symptoms of cardiac insufficiency at rest (AHA Update, 2010).
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.
"Apoptosis suppression--a first line therapy for post MI cardiac insufficiency?" Eurasian journal of BioMedicine, 1:3, pp.11-16.
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.