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1coma masculineto be in/to go into a coma — estar/entrar / caer en coma
- Her doctors induced a coma in order to stop the spread of the infection.
- The highest possible score is 15, and the lowest possible score is three, which indicates the most severe, deep coma.
- Headache, fever and drowsiness can lead to a deep coma but only very rarely.
- This is often associated with deep and prolonged coma.
- A large pulse through his brain sent him into a deep coma in which he slept for days.
- There were several other rushed trips in ambulances to hospitals, going into comas and not knowing whether she'd come out.
- He had been in a deep coma at the Royal Hospital for Neurodisability after suffering severe brain damage.
- More recently, some clinicians have tried to induce comas in patients whose brain damage doesn't come from a head injury.
- Hyperglycemia is a condition in which the blood sugar is high and the person may go into a diabetic coma stage.
- Conversely, the recovery of people from what we would call comas or deep sleep could be interpreted as an example of miraculous resurrection, perhaps accounting in part for the enduring popularity of saintly healing.
- Isn't it time you were lured into a prolonged, sophisticated coma?
- People can recover from comas, but not brain death.
- To treat a patient in a diabetic coma in hospital is also far more expensive than to provide maintenance doses of insulin.
- The four-year-old was carried into the hospital in a deep coma, with a high temperature and a high level of malaria parasite in his bloodstream.
- Severe toxicity leads to coma, profound hypotension, bradycardia, and asystolic arrest.
- Only patients with severe brain trauma, in a deep coma, do not respond.
- Reye's syndrome can eventually lead to a coma and brain death.
- Every now and then people in a deep coma are wrongly declared dead, and survive the experience.
- After sustaining a severe heart attack in 1973, my grandmother sank into a deep coma and was placed on life support systems in the hospital.
- In one plot a taxi driver, who doesn't realise that he has diabetes despite having the classic symptoms, collapses into a coma in his car.
1(of comet)cabellera femininecoma feminine
- Rosetta's instruments will analyse the gases and dust grains in the coma that forms when the comet becomes active, as well as the interaction with the solar wind.
- Since comets are mostly composed of ices, their outer layer vaporises as they approach the Sun, forming a cloud of gas and dust called the coma, which gives them a fuzzy appearance.
- He had acquired some sand in his pockets, and now he was charging them up and releasing them into the air like the coma of a comet.
- The second explanation is that the X-rays are just solar X-rays scattered by the dust present in the coma.
- As it approaches the Sun, heat causes ices in the nucleus to sublimate, creating a cloud of gas and dust known as the coma.
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