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Cardi 2

elevated levels of lipids in blood hyperlipidemia
lack of blood flow to a tissue bed ischemia
death of tissue due to ischemia infarction
heart attack; death of heart muscle due to ischemia myocardial infarction
acute ischemia w/unstable angina treated w/nitroglycerin and oxygen/assoc. with MI Acute coronary syndrome
chest pain from ischemia/infarction angina
blood test to check for level of 2 proteins released into blood when myocardial cells die Troponin
blood test to measure level of inflammation of heart beating CRP - C-reactive protein
abnormal rhythm of heart beating arrhythmia/dysrrhythmia
place -topos
out of place ectopy
anything that travels in the blood stream. embolus
compression of the heart from fluid accumulating under pressure in the periocardial sac. tamponade
drug to increase force of contractions and decrease heart rate; cardiotonic drug digitalis
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