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circulatory system

ACLS advance cardiac life support
AED automated external defibrillator
AF, AFIB, AT, FIB, atrial fibrillation
AIVR accelerated idiventrical rhythm
AMI acute myocardial infarction
ASCVD arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease
ASD atrial septal defect
ASHD arteriosclerotic heart disease
AV, V-A artrioventricular arteriovenous
AVB artrioventricular block
AVD aortic valve disease
AVR aortic valve replacement
AVS arteriovenouse shunt
BBB bundle brance block
BCLS basic cardiac life support
BP blood preassure
Anemia is an inadequate number of red blood cells
iron deficiency anemia result when there is an inadequent amount of iron to form hemoglobin in erythrocytes
aplastic anemia is a result in injury to or destruction of the bone marrow
pernicious anemia result in the formation of abnormally large and an inadequate number of erythrocytes
sickle cell anemia is a chronic inherited anemia
anerysm is a ballooning out of the saclike formation on
arteriosceloris is a hardening or thickening of the arterial walls
athrosceloris occurs when fatty plaques
congestive heart faliure is a condition that occurs when the heart muscle do not beat
an embolus is a foreign substance circulatory in the bloodstream
hemophilia is an inherited disease that occurs almost exclusively in males
hypertension is hight blood preassure
leukemia is a mallgnant disease of the bone marrow or lymh tissue
myocardial infraction or heart attack occures when blockage in the coronary arteries
infarct the affected tissue dies and is known
phlebitis is an inflamation of a vein frequently in the leg
thrombophlebits isa thrombus or clot forms the condition
vericose veins are dilated, swollen veins that have lost elasticity
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