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cardiogenic

 [kahr″de-o-jen´ik]
originating in the heart.

car·di·o·gen·ic

(kar'dē-ō-jen'ik),
Of cardiac origin.

cardiogenic

/car·dio·gen·ic/ (-jen´ik)
1. originating in the heart; caused by normal or abnormal function of the heart.
2. pertaining to cardiogenesis.

cardiogenic

(kär′dē-ō-jĕn′ĭk, -jē′nĭk)
adj.
1. Having origin in the heart.
2. Resulting from a disease or disorder of the heart.

cardiogenic

[-jen′ik]
originating in the heart muscle.

cardiogenic

adjective Originating in the heart

car·di·o·gen·ic

(kahr'dē-ō-jen'ik)
Of cardiac origin.

cardiogenic

Originating in, or caused by, the heart or a heart disease.

Cardiogenic

Originating with the heart.
Mentioned in: Shock

cardiogenic

originating in the heart.

cardiogenic plate
the mesodermal primordium of the heart.
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The major cause of death in patients with acute RVMI is cardiogenic shock4.
2008;51:210-47) recommend caution in giving beta-blockers in the first 24 hours in patients with risk factors for cardiogenic shock.
Thirty-nine patients with shock were included during the study period; 26 had septic shock and 13 had cardiogenic shock (Table 1).
Primary Cardiogenic -- structural cardiac lesions, cardiac arrhythmia, cardiomyopathy, etc.
One form is cardiogenic pulmonary edema, which arises from cardiac origins and is essentially characterized as having a left ventricle functioning as an ineffective pump.
A narrow pulse pressure in shock is consistent with hypovolemic and cardiogenic causes.