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decompensation


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decompensation

decompensation n.

decompensation n.

decompensation n.

Memories of Parental Decompensation

Increased Liver Decompensation Risk with Atypical Hepatitis C Virus Antibody Levels

Meox1 accelerates myocardial hypertrophic decompensation through Gata4

Mental illness decompensation between 2007 and 2016 in a Portuguese municipality Margarida Gil

Heart rate turbulence and death due to cardiac decompensation in patients with chronic heart failure

Tumour ablation and hepatic decompensation rates in multi-agent chemoembolization of hepatocellular carcinoma.

Early-diastolic left ventricular lengthening implies pulmonary hypertension-induced right ventricular decompensation

Acute effect of percutaneous MitraClip therapy in patients with haemodynamic decompensation

Urgent catheter ablation for sustained ventricular tachyarrhythmias in patients with acute heart failure decompensation

No Increase in Liver Decompensation Risk with Atypical Hepatitis C Virus Antibody Pattern

566 BNP plasma level may predict acute decompensation in CHF patients during carvedilol titration

707 Determining the risk of heart failure decompensation: use of CRT device diagnostics

789 Severe hydropic decompensation with hyponatremia in transplant candidates. Levosimendan as medical bridge to transplant

41 Circulating indices of collagen turnover during treatment of acute decompensation in chronic heart failure patients

291 Accuracy of intrathoracic impedance monitoring in detecting acute decompensation of chronic heart failure

 

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(dee-kom-pen-say-shŏn)

inability of the heart to maintain an adequate circulation in the face of an increased workload or some structural defect.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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