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A. Cook, English Professor
Answered: Dec 04, 2018
A typical cause of heart attack is building up of fatty plaque around the heart. This eventually affects the flow of blood. The actual heart attack is the lack of blood flow and oxygen to the...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 12, 2020
Rheumatic heart disease-paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea is a feature of left-sided congestive heart failure, and rheumatic heart disease mostoften involves the mitral, aortic, or both valves. rheumatic...Read More

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A. Cook, English Professor
Answered: Dec 04, 2018
I think you probably know the answer to this question: sensible eating and drinking and exercise on a daily basis, some of it aerobic. 150 hours of moderate aerobic exercise a week, don't smoke,...Read More

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Wyatt Williams
Answered: Aug 12, 2020
Myocardium

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Memokash
Answered: Aug 12, 2020
An object that is harder to stretch

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 12, 2020
Diabetes mellitus-the figure shows a coronary artery with marked narrowing owing to atheromatous plaque, complicated by a recentthrombus. atherosclerosis is accelerated with diabetes mellitus. when...Read More

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Bergeront Tiffney, Computer Engineer
Answered: Dec 12, 2018
Any medical treatment that involves very long or detailed, skilled surgical treatment will be expensive in professional time, several people being involved in any operation, and in hospital...Read More

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R. Barnes, Analyst
Answered: Jun 13, 2019
There is no real difference between AED and a Defibrillator. Both machines are used in administering electrical shock to the heart of a person experiencing heart-related problems. People with...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 12, 2020
D. pace at fixed rate-answer: d. a magnet placed externally over the pulse generator is frequently used in the assessment of pacemaker function. magnet application causes closure of a reed switch...Read More

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T. ADAMS, Senior Executive
Answered: Jul 15, 2019
The bicuspid valve has no use, as it is a congenital disability. Aortic valves should have three leaflets. When a person has a bicuspid aortic valve, they will only have two leaflets. This defect...Read More

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Anthony Paul Bonadio, Teacher
Answered: Dec 12, 2018
I don't know of a heart attack called a 'mini heart attack' and I suspect you are thinking of what is commonly know as a silent heart attack. This is one that can occur without a person even...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 12, 2020
Coxsackievirus a-focal myocardial necrosis with a lymphocytic infiltrate is consistent with viral myocarditis. this is uncommon, andmany cases may be asymptomatic. in north america, most cases are...Read More

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Wyatt Williams
Answered: Aug 12, 2020
Semilunar

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 12, 2020
Patent ductus arteriosus-although often not large, a patent ductus arteriosus can produce a significant murmur and predispose toendocarditis. the left-to-right shunt eventually results in pulmonary...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Aug 12, 2020
Xiphoid area, just off the sternum-its best to listen to sounds associated with the tricuspid valve at the fourth left intercostal space, just lateral to the sternum. the answer that comes the...Read More

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