a type of shock caused by decreased cardiac output despite adequate blood volume, owing to a disease of the heart itself, as myocardial infarction, or any other factor that interferes with the filling or emptying of the heart.
cardiogenic shock n.
Shock resulting from a decline in cardiac output that occurs as a result of serious heart disease, especially myocardial infarction.
electrocardiogram. Historical Examples But when they get a look at that cardiogram on the screen they’ll just throw up their hands. Star Surgeon Alan Nourse Yet Dal had known when he saw the second cardiogram that the attempt would have to be made. Star Surgeon Alan Nourse noun short for electrocardiogram n. 1876, from cardio- […]
electrocardiograph. Historical Examples The cardiograph is constructed with an unerring accuracy by which a one-hundredth part of a second is indicated on a graph. Autobiography of a YOGI Paramhansa Yogananda The great botanist predicted that use of his cardiograph will lead to vivisection on plants instead of animals. Autobiography of a YOGI Paramhansa Yogananda noun […]
electrocardiograph. Historical Examples Exhibits of original galvanometers and other apparatus will trace the development of cardiography. History of the Division of Medical Sciences Sami Khalaf Hamarneh noun an instrument for recording the mechanical force and form of heart movements short for electrocardiograph n. 1867, from cardio- + -graph “something written.” Although the work does not […]
cardiohepatic cardiohepatic car·di·o·he·pat·ic (kär’dē-ō-hĭ-pāt’ĭk) adj. Relating to the heart and the liver.