circulatory failure


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Noun1.circulatory failure - failure of the cardiovascular system to supply adequate amounts of blood to body tissues
cardiovascular disease - a disease of the heart or blood vessels
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The investigating team noted that based on the postmortem report, the inmate died as a result of circulatory failure in brain, lung and kidney due to blood clots in those organs.
This can lead to circulatory failure because the heart pumps less efficiently and can't provide enough oxygen to the cells in the body, the AHA explained.
This can lead to circulatory failure because when the heart pumps less efficiently it is not able to provide enough oxygen to the cells in the body.
'According to the Food and Agriculture Organization, though not immediately fatal, this chemical produces neurological symptoms and high concentrations may bring about death through pulmonary injury and associated circulatory failure,' he said.
The chemical, however, produces neurological symptoms and high concentrations may cause death through pulmonary injury and associated circulatory failure.
"Because the nerve agents compromise nerve and muscle function, their effects are widespread and where deaths occur these are usually due to either respiratory or circulatory failure, or both," he said.
Oligoanuria was present in 83%, 46% were icteric on presentation, 42% had circulatory failure, 33% had respiratory failure, 17% had abnormal Glasgow Coma Scale.
Egypt's Ministry of Interior said in a statement on Friday evening that Akef, who was transported to the hospital from prison, died of "acute circulatory failure."
Ventricular septal rupture (VSR) is a rare but devastating complication after acute myocardial infarction that generally produces progressive circulatory failure and rapid deterioration.
The BMI and WHR were compared in severity, local complications (walled-off necrosis, pancreatic abscess, and pancreatic pseudocyst), and systematic complications (respiratory failure, circulatory failure, renal failure, and gastrointestinal bleeding) of HLAP, using the chi-square test and Monte Carlo simulations.
Preliminary reports allege that the latest victims died of circulatory failure or strokes.

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