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cardiopathy

[‚kärd·ē′äp·ə·thē]
(medicine)
Any disorder or disease of the heart.
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11 % des deces dus aux cardiopathies ischemiques, la premiere cause de mortalite au niveau mondial, sont attribuables a la consommation de tabac, de meme que plus de 70% des deces par cancer du poumon, de la trachee et des bronches.
Comparison between hearts from fetuses with cardiopathies versus hearts from fetuses without cardiopathies showed that miR-99a-5p was more expressed in the latter samples even though more samples are needed to reach a significant result due to a high variability.
Potential subjects were excluded if they had medical contra-indications to physical exercise, had suffered a stroke in the last 2 yrs, had cardiopathies, osteomioarticular disorders or smoked.
In relation to the conditions and health problems of patients, at least 95% of the interviewees reported receiving demand from patients with diabetes, hypertension, cardiopathies, pregnant women, patients with hypothyroid condition, obesity, cancer, problems with mobility, bedridden or physically disabled, patients with mental suffering and with respiratory problems.
Behavior of hydrochloric acid secretion in cardiopathies. JAMA.
Permanent atrial fibrillation can be produces by various cardiopathies (reumatismal, nonreumatismalvalvulars, hypertensive, BPCO), tyreotoxicity (Avram at al, 2006).
reported a case with a diagnosis of isolated non-compaction, a condition characterised by the absence of other associated cardiopathies.[4] Although it is a well-known pathology in adults, there are only a few case reports and series in the literature regarding LVNC in children.
It has also been a cardiovascular surgery hospital of reference for the last two years, leading to increased admission of newborns with congenital cardiopathies, who however were not included in our study as they are managed by the intensive care unit of the pediatric cardiology department.
Patient medical histories revealed the presence of the following comorbidities: hypertension, 46%; cardiopathies, 10%; and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Parkinson's disease, and multiple sclerosis, 3%.
In fact, for other cardiopathies, these strategies, in both an experimental and clinical context, including chronic electric vagal stimulation [24] or pharmacological potentiation [25], have successfully improved cardiac outcomes.