use cardiac in a sentence.
Dad is a cardiac electrophysiologist.
Advanced students can move to the CARDIAC!
I didn't check the site yet since i'm at work, but endurance exercises cause cardiac disease?
Aren't endurance exercises meant to strengthen the cardiac muscle and thus having a positive effect on your cardiac health?
There are plenty of other cardiac abnormalities that can cause sudden cardiac death.
You'll get false positives if anyone goes for a cardiac stress test...
Perhaps you should diversify into cardiac monitoring!
They used to use radioisotope powered batteries in cardiac pacemakers up until the mid 80s.
From all this uproar lately, sounds like work is a cardiac stress test for the TSA.
Every cardiac arrest that I attended ended in broken ribs.
Are you implying that the emergency call was for a horse/dog in cardiac arrest, or just that the racecourse vet was the 'doctor' performing on the human?
If the cardiac arrest is the result of something else, does defibrillation hurt anything?
They're relatively safe for any given individual, but overall they're still a huge factor in sudden cardiac arrest at this age.
They said that he had a "debilitating cardiac arrest" several years ago and had been very sick for a long time.
People who have stress tests administered often have underlying cardiac or pulmonary disorders that can be aggravated.
A not insignificant subset of people doing stress tests can enter into hypotensive shock or even cardiac arrest, the facility has to be prepared to deal with adverse effects as those reactions can be fatal.
But I'd wager that given the knowledge someone had cardiac arrest, the odds of something being wrong with their system are higher than 99.
Specifically, I'd be interested in cases of spontaneous cardiac arrest among hunter gatherers or other groups that largely avoid the 'diseases of civilization'.
Also, how does your idea square with the fact that cardiac mortality has decreased at the same time that the diet you are blaming has increased?
By the time a patient is seeing a cardiac surgeon, it's extraordinarily unlikely that it would be remotely responsible to advise a patient to try to treat their condition by using diet and exercise without medication.