A medicine that excitesaction in the stomach. (noun)
Examples of word cardiac
Each year we receive more than 400 inquiries from families outside the U.S. seeking treatment in cardiac care, cancer care, endocrinology, orthopaedics, neurology, plastic surgery, urology and many other areas.
Plants that contain cardiac glycoside can cause changes in the rate or rhythm of your child's heart.
The number of Internet searches, blog posts and amateur videos about Jackson — from heartfelt tributes to expressions of disbelief — have skyrocketed since the pop icon was found in cardiac arrest inside his Los Angeles home on Thursday.
Ambulance arrives at 5: 38 to find child in cardiac arrest.
Every technological form of support and treatment available in cardiac care is available here.
Detection of a 22q11. 2 deletion in cardiac patients suggests a risk for velopharyngeal incompetence.
And he basically said America's Gulf Coast is in cardiac arrest and the system is breaking down, not from one thing but everything.
A combination of rescue breathing and chest compressions delivered to victims thought to be in cardiac arrest, to save their life.
I wove through research about this syndrome, which is characterized by a cardiac electrical glitch.