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[Summary]Cardiac reserve | Define Cardiac reserve at Dictionary.com cardiac reserve n. The work that the heart is able to perform beyond that required of it under ordinary circumstances. Cardiac reserve definition | Drugs.com Definition of cardiac reserve. Pr

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Cardiac reserve | Define Cardiac reserve at Dictionary.com

cardiac reserve n.
The work that the heart is able to perform beyond that required of it under ordinary circumstances.

Cardiac reserve definition | Drugs.com

Cardiac Reserve

Definition of cardiac reserve. Provided by Stedman's medical dictionary and Drugs.com. Includes medical terms and definitions.

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