Translation of persistent vegetative state in Spanish:

persistent vegetative state

estado vegetativo persistente, n.

noun

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    estado vegetativo persistente masculine
    • There was no brain death, no persistent vegetative state, no transplantation.
    • Some medical experts have declared she is in a persistent vegetative state with no hope of recovery.
    • Patients are said to be in a continuing or persistent vegetative state if there is no recovery after one month.
    • Common syndromes of impaired consciousness include stupor, coma, persistent vegetative state, and brain death.
    • He was left in a persistent vegetative state, and kept alive for four years by medical technology.
    • Doctors saved her life, but she suffered brain damage and lapsed into a persistent vegetative state.
    • What is consciousness and what does it mean for the persistent vegetative state?
    • This is the most extreme form of brain damage and is called a persistent vegetative state.
    • A persistent vegetative state means the patient only has sleep-wake cycles and cannot interact or respond to others.
    • One man suffered brain damage and is now in a persistent vegetative state.
    • Is keeping someone who is in a persistent vegetative state artificially alive a benefit to that person or does it only needlessly and inhumanely prolong her dying?
    • A persistent vegetative state, on the other hand, is a condition where lower brain functions are still present, but higher brain functions are gone.
    • Seven out of 107 died and 18 were severely disabled or in a persistent vegetative state on discharge from the hospital.
    • Can death itself count as a benefit to a person who is comatose or in a persistent vegetative state?
    • For example, a person in a persistent vegetative state has a working brain stem, but the higher levels of the brain may have been destroyed.
    • He is in a persistent vegetative state which means he is paralysed and has suffered brain damage.
    • She is brain damaged and remains in what appears to be a persistent vegetative state.
    • Thus, she considers patients in a persistent vegetative state to be alive.
    • The only reporting I could find about the trial itself was devoted entirely to the question of whether or not she was in a persistent vegetative state.
    • Individuals who have entered a persistent vegetative state due to injury or disease have lost all higher brain functions and are incapable of consciousness.