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Relating to the heart and the lungs.
- ‘We will summarize the content of and access to selected databases with information related to cardiopulmonary physical therapy.’
- ‘All ambulances were manned by a nurse or paramedic and a driver, equipped with a manual defibrillator and qualified to perform advanced cardiopulmonary life support.’
- ‘Some centers, however, routinely perform lung transplantation using cardiopulmonary bypass with good results.’
- ‘Other diagnoses included sepsis, liver failure, neurological dysfunction, and recent cardiopulmonary arrest.’
- ‘Early studies indicated that essentially all patients infected with SNV went through the prodromal and cardiopulmonary phases.’
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