Did you perhaps mean ischemic?
- adj. UK, pathology, cardiology alternative spelling of ischemic.
- adj. relating to or affected by ischemia
“MANY patients with coronary artery disease (CAD), also known as ischaemic heart, may have no symptoms, and when”
“There are also studies that show increasing fibre intake reduces the risk of various types of cancer and other serious health problems such as ischaemic heart disease.”
“Silent myocardial ischaemia and long-term coronary artery disease outcomes in apparently healthy people from families with early-onset ischaemic heart disease”
“Largest health gains would be from reductions in the prevalence of ischaemic heart disease, cerebrovascular disease, depression, dementia, and diabetes.”
“Just 150 minutes of moderate physical activity a week or its equivalent is estimated to reduce the risk of ischaemic heart disease by 30 percent, the risk of diabetes by 27 percent and the risk of breast and colon cancer by 21 to 25 percent.”
“The risk of ischaemic heart disease was highest in men age 70 to 79 with xanthelasmata: 53% compared with 41% for plaque-free subjects.”
“Title: Xanthelasmata, arcus corneae, and ischaemic vascular disease and death in general population: prospective cohort study”
“In 2004, the most recent year with comprehensive data, passive smoking is estimated to have caused an estimated 379,000 deaths from ischaemic heart disease, 165,000 from lower respiratory infections, 36,900 from asthma and 21,400 from lung cancer - around 1% of deaths worldwide.”
“In this meta-analysis of randomised trials, we found that vitamin E increased the risk for haemorrhagic stroke by 22% and reduced the risk of ischaemic stroke by 10%.”
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List of adjectives such as everduring that do not frequent common speech and writing. A continuation of my list Adjectival Arcana, which had grown to over 7700 words and had become far too cumbersome.
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