Meaning of cardiogenic in English:

cardiogenic

Pronunciation /ˌkɑːdɪəʊˈdʒɛnɪk/

adjective

  • Arising in the heart or caused by a heart condition.

    ‘patients presented with suspected acute cardiogenic pulmonary oedema’
    • ‘There was no reason to suspect that the pulmonary edema was cardiogenic.’
    • ‘The hospital has been recognized for its breakthroughs in the treatment of cardiogenic disorders.’
    • ‘Noninvasive ventilation is widely used in cardiogenic pulmonary edema.’
    • ‘Officials said they are yet to determine whether it was a serious allergy to the vaccine or a cardiogenic reaction.’
    • ‘Cardiogenic artefacts were analyzed at the level of eight target bronchi.’
    • ‘The authors provide little focus on evidence-based treatment of patients who have shock with a cardiogenic cause.’
    • ‘A safe and reliable source of cardiogenic cells is required.’
    • ‘The cardiogenic condition was mainly because of left ventricular failure.’
    • ‘Left atrial decompression can decrease cardiogenic edema.’
    • ‘Hypertension, cardiogenic embolism, and diabetes were ruled out.’

Origin

Early 20th century from cardio- + -genic.