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med term

anemia lower than normal number of red blood cells in blood
anoxia absence of oxygen from the bodies tissues and organs
apnea lack of breathing
arteri/o artery
arteriorgram x-ray of the artery
BP blood pressure
brady slow
CABG coronary artery bypass graft
CBC complete blood count
CF cystic fybrosis
CHR congestive heart failure
CPR cardiopulmonary resuscitation
dyspnea difficult/labored breathing. shortness of breath.
electrocardiogram a record of the electrical activity of the myocardium
emia blood condition
endocarditis inflammation of the inner layer of the heart
epistaxis bleeding from the nose caused by injury, excessive use of blood thinners
erythr/o red
erythremia abnormal increase in the number of blood cells
Hct hematocrit
hemat/o relating to the blood
hemolysis destruction or breakdown of red blood cells
Created by: ariellespencer