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cardiac

Pronunciation: /ˈkɑːrdiæk; ˈkɑːdiæk/

Translation of cardiac in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • [condition] cardíaco; [surgery] cardiovascular
    Example sentences
    • 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.

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