low-output heart failure


low-output heart failure
heart failure in which cardiac output is decreased, as in most forms of heart disease, leading to clinical manifestations of impaired peripheral circulation and peripheral vasoconstriction (cold, pale extremities, cyanosis, narrowed pulse pressure).

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