Translation of cardiac in Spanish:


cardíaco, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈkɑrdiˌæk/ /ˈkɑːdɪak/


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    (condition) cardíaco
    (surgery) cardiovascular
    • He survived a near fatal heart attack and subsequent cardiac surgery, only to succumb to motor neurone disease.
    • New labeling information includes: post-marketing reports of heart attacks, sudden cardiac deaths, and hypertension.
    • For example, after a heart attack or cardiac surgery, minor muscular chest aches and pains may be misinterpreted as evidence of angina, leading to unnecessary worry and disability.
    • A temporary pacemaker may be required in the short term for certain individuals after a heart attack, during cardiac surgery or general anaesthesia.
    • With the fall intravascular volume, there is diminished venous return to the right heart, low cardiac output, and a drop in systemic blood pressure.
    • If you've had a heart attack, other heart condition or heart surgery, cardiac rehabilitation may help get you back to leading as active and productive a life as possible.
    • Patients then underwent a coronary angiogram and electromechanical mapping of the heart in a cardiac catheterization laboratory.
    • We determined cardiac reactivity by averaging heart rate in the 20 seconds immediately after presentation of the stimulus.
    • When nurses went to his room, they found a ‘flat line’ on the cardiac monitor and no heart rate, the report said.
    • In these patients, the heart rate, cardiac output, and blood pressure rise appropriately in response to exercise.
    • The decrease in cardiac output that accompanies heart failure also leads to significant reductions in renal blood flow.
    • These mice are characterized by polycythemia but have normal blood pressure, heart rate, and cardiac output.
    • Heart palpitations and cardiac arrhythmias are common problems encountered by family physicians.
    • High output failure occurs when the cardiac output of the heart remains significantly elevated for a long period.
    • The cardiac exam revealed distant heart sounds without murmurs or gallops.
    • Two days after the cardiac injury, the hearts of all the rats were removed and examined.
    • Once cardiac arrhythmias, structural heart disease, and non-cardiac causes of syncope have been ruled out, head up tilt testing is usually the first line of testing.
    • Fewer than half of the patients referred to emergency departments and cardiac outpatient clinics have heart disease.
    • Several cardiovascular problems may be caused by electrical injury, including vessel rupture, cardiac arrest and cardiac arrhythmias.
    • The evidence suggests that common antidepressants can safely reduce the risk of recurrent heart attacks in depressed cardiac patients.