[ US /ˈsɝkjəɫəˌtɔɹi/ ]
[ UK /sˌɜːkjʊlˈe‍ɪtəɹˌi/ ]
  1. relating to circulatory system or to circulation of the blood
  2. of or relating to circulation
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How To Use circulatory In A Sentence

  • In addition, other factors such as endotoxaemia, sepsis, and fever may contribute to further exaggerate these circulatory abnormalities.
  • The body has only a few arteries but many veins, so removing one or two does not compromise the circulatory system. Times, Sunday Times
  • Two weeks later, Zeng died, ostensibly of ‘congenital maldevelopment of brain function’ and ‘total circulatory failure.’
  • These signs may precede circulatory collapse and death.
  • That was mainly down to fewer fatalities from heart and circulatory diseases such as cardiac arrests and strokes. The Sun
  • Explore toads pharmacological function to experimental animals circulatory system.
  • Circulatory studies in mitral stenosis before and after commissurotomy, Ann. Surg., Dickinson W. Richards - Nobel Lecture
  • She lives with regular dizziness and a constant throbbing pain in her chest and legs because of the pressure on her circulatory system.
  • Excesses of salt in the diet can push up blood pressure, something that generally increases the risk of circulatory conditions such as heart disease and stroke.
  • Operating room nurses, surgeons, bank tellers, cashiers and other people who must spend hours on their feet find compression hosiery helpful in combating circulatory problems and leg fatigue.
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