cardiocirculatory


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cardiocirculatory

 [kar″de-o-ser´ku-lah-tor´e]
pertaining to blood flow through the heart and vascular system.

cardiocirculatory

[kär′dē·ōsur′kyoo͡lətôr′ē]
Etymology: Gk, kardia heart; L, circulare, to go around
pertaining to the heart and the circulation.

car·di·o·cir·cu·la·to·ry

(kahr'dē-ō-ser'kyu-lă-tōr-ē)
Pertaining to the heart and those vessels that transport blood, nutrients, gases, and wastes throughout the body.

cardiocirculatory

pertaining to blood flow through the heart and vascular system.
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Three-year follow-up data were collected on all 672 recipients of consecutive kidneys donated after brain death or after cardiocirculatory death in the main data set, as well as 164 recipients of kidneys donated after cardiocirculatory death in the extended data set.
Defenders of cardiocirculatory criteria have known that, in some cases, these functions physiologically could be reversed, but won't be because advance directives or surrogate refusal would make intervention illegal and immoral.
See Canadian Council for Donation and Transplantation, "Health Professional Awareness and Attitudes on Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation Including Donation after Cardiocirculatory Death" (August 2006), online: Canadian Council for Donation and Transplantation < http://www.
National Recommendations for Donation after Cardiocirculatory Death in Canada: Donation After Cardiocirculatory Death in Canada" (2006) 175:8 Canadian Medical Association Journal S1 at S6, and; Trillium Gift of Life Network, Understanding Organ Donation after Cardiac Death (DCD): A Resource Guide for Healthcare Professionals (Toronto: Trillium Gift of Life Network, 2005) at 8 [TGLN, DCD Resource Guide].
The data suggests that not only does long term training significantly improve cardiocirculatory and peripheral function, but may also enable HT patients to reach physical fitness levels similar to those of normal age-matched subjects (Auerbach et al.
Organ Donation after Cardiocirculatory Death is being tested as an end-of-life option, Quebec-Transplant announced.
Thirty-six hours after admission, cardiocirculatory function improved and noradrenaline dosages could be stepwise reduced (Table 1).