Card Set Information
Connection between two blood vessels sometimes produced surgically.
Muscular spasm in the wall of a blood vessel.
Injection of rediopaque solution into vascular systerm for an x-ray examination of arteries.
Condition in which myocardium fails to contract.
Contraction of the heart by fluid accumilating within the pericardial cavity.
Congestive heart failure
Inability of the left ventricle to pump adaquate blood to cells.
Heart lung disorder of pulmonary hypertension ( High blood pressure) and hypertrophy( increase in size) of the right ventricle.
Removal of an embolus(a blockage of an artery by fat) through an incision in a blood vessel.
Removal of the inner wall of an artery to reduce an arterial occlusion(sudden blockage of a blood vessel.)
Awareness of a heartbeat that is usually rapid, strong, or irregular.
Excision (removal by cutting) of the pericardium.
Inflammation of a vein, usually in the lower limbs.
Incision or puncture of a vein to draw blood.
The normal cardiac rhythm regulated by the S-A node.
Formation of a blood clot in a vein in response to inflammation of the venous wall.
Incision of a valve.
Injection of a radiopaque solution into the vascular system for x-ray examination of veins.