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noncardiovascular

Definitions

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  • adj. Not cardiovascular.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ cardiovascular

Examples

  • There were 189 coronary deaths in the placebo group and 111 in the simvastatin group (relative risk 0.58, 95% CI 0.46-0.73), while noncardiovascular causes accounted for 49 and 46 deaths, respectively. 622 patients (28%) in the placebo group and 431 (19%) in the simvastatin group had one or more major coronary events.

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  • The researchers said it was reassuring that there was no increase in deaths or illness, including cancers, from noncardiovascular causes in the group taking simvastatin during an extended follow-up period that lasted an average of 11 years.

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  • These figures for noncancer and noncardiovascular mortality were 61 percent and 94 percent, respectively.

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  • Dialysis: Dialysis is associated with cardiovascular and noncardiovascular mortality

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  • There was also a significant increase in risk of deaths from other causes (noncardiovascular, noncancer) in the (20-40) ml / min / 1.73 m

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  • Outcomes studied in this report include death from all causes, and deaths from vascular causes, cancer and deaths from other noncancer noncardiovascular causes, the composite outcome of coronary heart disease death or nonfatal myocardial infarction, cerebrovascular events

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  • The most common causes of noncardiovascular death were infections and malignancies.

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  • This implies that the importance of noncardiovascular mortality in patients receiving dialysis has generally been underestimated.

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  • The researchers found that among the patients receiving dialysis, noncardiovascular death was the most prevalent cause of death (50.8 percent), and 39.1 percent died because of cardiovascular disease.

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  • "In particular, noncardiovascular mortality rates were higher than cardiovascular mortality rates in patients starting dialysis," the authors write.

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