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heart

(Essential part), noun core, essence, marrow, nerve, nucleus, pith, sum and substance
Associated concepts: heart of the case, heart of the pleadings

heart

(Fortitude), noun ardor, backbone, doughtiness, fearlessness, fervor, focus, gallantry, intestinal fortitude, mettle, spirit, substance, toleration, valor

heart

(Kindness), noun altruism, benevolence, clemency, compassion, gentleness, grace, humanity, kind offices, kind treatment, leniency, magnanimity, mercy, pity, sympathy, temperament, tenderness
See also: center, confidence, consequence, cornerstone, essence, faith, focus, frame, main point, significance, substance
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The period considered for the cardiac rhythm management devices market analysis is 2012-2018.
In addition, the death-receptor-induced apoptotic pathway is reportedly involved in the pathogenesis of cardiac disease (Scheubel et al.
27, 2000 Cardiac Science announced that it offered to acquire all of the outstanding common stock of Spacelabs Medical Inc.
We call it sudden cardiac death because ordinarily these people are doing alright, and the next moment they're on the ground," says Watkins.
The interrelationship between stress, sexuality, and cardiac disease is a complex situation in which any factor may be an antecedent of the other.
Cypress Fairbanks Medical Center, Houston, Texas -- Cardiac Care and Cardiac Surgery
The human cardiac gene bank is a valuable resource allowing Spectral to utilize proprietary genes from which an endless source of high quality cardiac proteins can be manufactured.
Cardiac muscle responds with slower, stronger contractions, but does so repeatedly without fatigue -- in part because it derives its energy from a different metabolic pathway.
Cardiac Marker: Cardiac markers are serum proteins and enzymes (creatine kinase, troponin, natriuretic peptides and myoglobin) that appear in abnormally elevated levels as a result of cardiac tissue injury, and therefore, serve as indicators of such injuries.
president of The Larry King Cardiac Foundation, the partnership is on pace to serve over 75-100 patients annually who require critical, life-saving cardiac care.
Introduced for the first time, the Philips X7-2 x-MATRIX array transducer is part of a robust pediatric and congenital heart disease solution that affords small patients the same imaging, quantification and cardiac management benefits that adults attain from Live real-time 3D echocardiography (echo), an ultrasound of the heart.
Rajput's focus at PCC/PCI will be on the evaluation, early diagnosis and treatment of coronary artery disease and other complex cardiac conditions.