Dead Heart


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Dead Heart

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(Placename) the Dead Heart Austral the remote interior of Australia
[C20: from the title The Dead Heart of Australia (1906) by J. W. Gregory (1864–1932), British geologist]
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She has made this dead heart of mine feel a reviving breath of life, when I think of her.
It would change the face of heart failure, especially if the patches can be grown large enough to cover all of the dead heart tissue.
This is the first large-animal study of muscle patches carried with a goal of treating human heart attacks by suturing cardiac-muscle patches over a specific area of dead heart muscles.
The team said that this development takes us closer towards the aim of repairing dead heart muscles in patients.
The heart patch developed by biomedical engineers at Duke University in the US takes a major step toward the goal of repairing dead heart muscle in human patients.
The advance takes a major step toward the end goal of repairing dead heart muscle in human patients.
To his surprise the woman begins to revive his dead heart and he discovers he is still able to love.
Which country is sometimes referred to as the Dead Heart of Africa?
Amongst the identified sources, a number of mechanisms contribute to maize resistance to the stem borer, including non-preference for oviposition, reduced feeding by the first instars on the young leaves, low dead heart formation, reduced tunneling, tolerance to leaf damage and stem tunneling (Woodhead and Taneja, 1987; Sharma and Nwanze, 1997, Kumar et al.
Dead heart muscle, or tissue, leaves a scar, which interrupts the coordinated muscle action needed to pump blood.
Dead heart was recorded at six weeks after sowing (WAP) as percentage of total number of plants in the plot.
As Adam says, the value of the NHS could not be clearer when you're lying in a hospital bed "listening to knackered staff who should have been with their families resuscitate a dead heart patient".