cardiopath

car·di·o·path

(kar'dē-ō-path),
One who suffers from heart disease.
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Younger patients without coronary artery disease may tolerate a lower haemoglobin level than the elderly cardiopath, and conversely, overtransfusion in the young may have a detrimental effect.
The exclusive right to the CardioPath system this time represents its strong indication of commitment in this field.
An example is a $1 million donation toward a CardioPath trail for runners and walkers at Cardinal Park, a new, $60 million athletic complex on the UofL campus which will open in August and house softball, track, soccer and field hockey, among other sports.