New York medical examiner Dr. Elliott Gross instead ruled that he died of heart failure.
Dr. J.T. Francisco was the man who had staunchly maintained to the world that Elvis Presley died of heart failure.
"Almost all pregnant women are short of breath and fatigued, which are the typical symptoms of heart failure," said Hameed.
A few months later, Uruguayan model Luisel Ramos died of heart failure right on the catwalk in Montevideo, Uruguay.
It was too late and Mosk was pronounced DOA of heart failure.
I nearly had a spell of heart failure, but I gasped the price.
A wind blows on the heart, and bursts it, causing death by 'heart failure.'
One of the men told how his bunkie at Base Six in Bordeaux had died of heart failure when under ether.
Still, perhaps monotony might prove as fatal as heart failure.
Then Severance read with horrified, incredulous eyes, "Œnone died suddenly last night of heart failure."
heart failure n.
A condition marked by weakness, edema, and shortness of breath that is caused by the inability of the heart to maintain adequate blood circulation in the peripheral tissues and the lungs. Also called cardiac insufficiency, congestive heart failure, myocardial insufficiency.
The resulting clinical syndrome, consisting of shortness of breath, pitting edema, enlarged tender liver, engorged neck veins, and pulmonary rales.
|heart failure |
An acute or chronic inability of the heart to maintain adequate blood circulation to the peripheral tissues and the lungs, usually characterized by fatigue, edema, and shortness of breath. Heart failure has many causes, including coronary artery disease, hypertension, and cardiomyopathy. Also called congestive heart failure.