In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1comatosoI slumped comatose in front of the television — me quedé grogui frente al televisor informal
- When a ventilator is removed from an apnoeic comatose patient, it is the disease or injury that causes the loss of the patient's ability to breathe spontaneously.
- The doctors told them the minute they went in to see her that comatose patients weren't able to talk, but they could hear.
- He had a fever of 105 and was comatose when he arrived at the hospital late in January.
- She's stable, which gives her a pretty good chance of coming out without much harm, but it's always hard to tell with comatose patients.
- The patient remained comatose and was transported to the computed tomographic scanner.
- Patients were excluded if they were comatose, unresponsive, and/or intubated.
- Occasionally, intoxicated patients may be neither comatose nor organic but have initial symptoms compatible with a psychosis.
- As hypoxemia supervenes, the patient becomes comatose and death may result from ventricular fibrillation or asystole.
- Erik, when he was moved out of the trauma unit to an acute care floor in the hospital, was put into the room with another comatose patient.
- A common misconception is that a patient must be comatose to be diagnosed with myxedema coma.
- They kept complaining about pain and kept getting more and more narcotics in response to their complaints until they were comatose from the drugs.
- Some 20 minutes later he returned, accompanied by a shaken overdose victim who had some 15 minutes earlier been comatose and blue.
- No clinical signs of toxicity were observed, but the patient was comatose.
- Pyramidal nervous system signs are often prominent, especially in the comatose patient.
- This was followed by a nonfluent aphasia about a month after the injury, and the patient became progressively more obtunded and comatose.
- On admission, the patient was acidotic, and he rapidly became comatose.
- In the field, a doctor may be called to the aid of a severely ill, comatose patient.
- Drugs of another type are used as respiratory stimulants in deeply comatose patients or those with respiratory failure.
- Consciousness ranges from alert to confused to a comatose state in less than 20 percent of patients.
- Constant infusions may be useful in patients with constant dyspnea or patients who are comatose.
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