high-output heart failure

high-output heart failure
heart failure in which the cardiac output remains high enough to maintain a brisk circulation with warm extremities but is inadequate to meet demand; it is most often associated with hyperthyroidism, anemia, arteriovenous fistulas, beriberi, osteitis deformans, or sepsis.

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