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Relating to the action of both heart and lungs.
- ‘She was found to have gastrointestinal hemorrhage and in spite of therapy died of cardiorespiratory arrest.’
- ‘To optimize a patient's functional recovery and prevent the sequelae of low cardiorespiratory fitness, objective quantification of aerobic capacity is essential.’
- ‘The socially defined knowledge and experience of nurses was explored to determine the collective perception of palliative care in cardiorespiratory disease.’
- ‘In all 10 of the cases in which cardiorespiratory reactions to vaccination occurred, the clinical criteria for defining allergy to eggs was weak.’
- ‘Focus groups were used in an exploratory study to examine the perceptions of palliative care among cardiorespiratory nurses.’
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