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He knew that there was cardiac trouble in his family, but he had never realized before the meaning of his heritage.
DOPESAX ROHMER
In addition to all this, Jessie's brother dies of consumption, and a seaside acquaintance is half killed by cardiac asthma.
The symptoms of the disease are moderated, the duration of the attack is shortened, and the cardiac complications are prevented.
Gently assist the progress of the catheter down the œsophagus until it passes the cardiac orifice of the stomach.
All reforms hitherto had profited nothing, because they had been either cerebral or cardiac.
Cardiac Stimulant, Diuretic; said to act more promptly than digitalis.
MERCK'S 1899 MANUALMERCK & CO.
It is at first unattended with any special cardiac disturbance.
The heart's action was regular, but impulse strong, on applying the hand to the cardiac region.
The cardiac region exhibited every indication of effusion into the pericardium.
Digitalis is especially useful in dropsies which result from an obstruction to the cardiac circulation.
THE ACTION OF MEDICINES IN THE SYSTEMFREDERICK WILLIAM HEADLAND

WORDS RELATED TO CARDIAC INFARCTION

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