Loss of the ability to maintain awareness of self and environment combined with markedly reduced responsiveness to environmental stimuli. (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, pp344-5)
Sense of awareness of self and of the environment.
An intravenous anesthetic agent which has the advantage of a very rapid onset after infusion or bolus injection plus a very short recovery period of a couple of minutes. (From Smith and Reynard, Textbook of Pharmacology, 1992, 1st ed, p206). Propofol has been used as ANTICONVULSANTS and ANTIEMETICS.
Ultrashort-acting anesthetics that are used for induction. Loss of consciousness is rapid and induction is pleasant, but there is no muscle relaxation and reflexes frequently are not reduced adequately. Repeated administration results in accumulation and prolongs the recovery time. Since these agents have little if any analgesic activity, they are seldom used alone except in brief minor procedures. (From AMA Drug Evaluations Annual, 1994, p174)
Abnormally slow pace of regaining CONSCIOUSNESS after general anesthesia (ANESTHESIA, GENERAL) usually given during surgical procedures. This condition is characterized by persistent somnolence.
Recording of electric currents developed in the brain by means of electrodes applied to the scalp, to the surface of the brain, or placed within the substance of the brain.
Procedure in which patients are induced into an unconscious state through use of various medications so that they do not feel pain during surgery.
Organic mental disorders in which there is impairment of the ability to maintain awareness of self and environment and to respond to environmental stimuli. Dysfunction of the cerebral hemispheres or brain stem RETICULAR FORMATION may result in this condition.
A state characterized by loss of feeling or sensation. This depression of nerve function is usually the result of pharmacologic action and is induced to allow performance of surgery or other painful procedures.
A cholinesterase inhibitor that is rapidly absorbed through membranes. It can be applied topically to the conjunctiva. It also can cross the blood-brain barrier and is used when central nervous system effects are desired, as in the treatment of severe anticholinergic toxicity.
The constant checking on the state or condition of a patient during the course of a surgical operation (e.g., checking of vital signs).
The electric response evoked in the CEREBRAL CORTEX by ACOUSTIC STIMULATION or stimulation of the AUDITORY PATHWAYS.
A group of compounds that contain the general formula R-OCH3.
Gases or volatile liquids that vary in the rate at which they induce anesthesia; potency; the degree of circulation, respiratory, or neuromuscular depression they produce; and analgesic effects. Inhalation anesthetics have advantages over intravenous agents in that the depth of anesthesia can be changed rapidly by altering the inhaled concentration. Because of their rapid elimination, any postoperative respiratory depression is of relatively short duration. (From AMA Drug Evaluations Annual, 1994, p173)
Drugs used to induce drowsiness or sleep or to reduce psychological excitement or anxiety.
Agents that are capable of inducing a total or partial loss of sensation, especially tactile sensation and pain. They may act to induce general ANESTHESIA, in which an unconscious state is achieved, or may act locally to induce numbness or lack of sensation at a targeted site.
Recording of the average amplitude of the resting potential arising between the cornea and the retina in light and dark adaptation as the eyes turn a standard distance to the right and the left. The increase in potential with light adaptation is used to evaluate the condition of the retinal pigment epithelium.
The measure of that part of the heat or energy of a system which is not available to perform work. Entropy increases in all natural (spontaneous and irreversible) processes. (From Dorland, 28th ed)
A stable, non-explosive inhalation anesthetic, relatively free from significant side effects.
Traumatic injuries involving the cranium and intracranial structures (i.e., BRAIN; CRANIAL NERVES; MENINGES; and other structures). Injuries may be classified by whether or not the skull is penetrated (i.e., penetrating vs. nonpenetrating) or whether there is an associated hemorrhage.
A state in which there is an enhanced potential for sensitivity and an efficient responsiveness to external stimuli.
The part of CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM that is contained within the skull (CRANIUM). Arising from the NEURAL TUBE, the embryonic brain is comprised of three major parts including PROSENCEPHALON (the forebrain); MESENCEPHALON (the midbrain); and RHOMBENCEPHALON (the hindbrain). The developed brain consists of CEREBRUM; CEREBELLUM; and other structures in the BRAIN STEM.
Drugs that inhibit cholinesterases. The neurotransmitter ACETYLCHOLINE is rapidly hydrolyzed, and thereby inactivated, by cholinesterases. When cholinesterases are inhibited, the action of endogenously released acetylcholine at cholinergic synapses is potentiated. Cholinesterase inhibitors are widely used clinically for their potentiation of cholinergic inputs to the gastrointestinal tract and urinary bladder, the eye, and skeletal muscles; they are also used for their effects on the heart and the central nervous system.
Emergency care or treatment given to a person who suddenly becomes ill or injured before full medical services become available.
Those forces and content of the mind which are not ordinarily available to conscious awareness or to immediate recall.
Community health education events focused on prevention of disease and promotion of health through audiovisual exhibits.
A love or pursuit of wisdom. A search for the underlying causes and principles of reality. (Webster, 3d ed)
Examination of the mouth and teeth toward the identification and diagnosis of intraoral disease or manifestation of non-oral conditions.
A republic in western Africa, south of NIGER between BENIN and CAMEROON. Its capital is Abuja.
Localized circumscribed purulent area of inflammation in the periodontal tissue. It is a derivative of marginal periodontitis and commonly associated with suprabony and infrabony pockets and interradicular involvements, in contrast to periapical abscess which is attributable to pulp necrosis.
Diamond. A crystalline form of carbon that occurs as hard, colorless or tinted isomeric crystals. It is used as a precious stone, for cutting glass, and as bearings for delicate mechanisms. (From Grant & Hackh's Chemical Dictionary, 5th ed)
The fraudulent misrepresentation of the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Communication between CELL PHONE users via the Short Message Service protocol which allows the interchange of short written messages.
A potent narcotic analgesic, abuse of which leads to habituation or addiction. It is primarily a mu-opioid agonist. Fentanyl is also used as an adjunct to general anesthetics, and as an anesthetic for induction and maintenance. (From Martindale, The Extra Pharmacopoeia, 30th ed, p1078)
Continuous involuntary sustained muscle contraction which is often a manifestation of BASAL GANGLIA DISEASES. When an affected muscle is passively stretched, the degree of resistance remains constant regardless of the rate at which the muscle is stretched. This feature helps to distinguish rigidity from MUSCLE SPASTICITY. (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, p73)
A specialty concerned with the study of anesthetics and anesthesia.
Compounds with activity like OPIATE ALKALOIDS, acting at OPIOID RECEPTORS. Properties include induction of ANALGESIA or NARCOSIS.
An unpleasant sensation induced by noxious stimuli which are detected by NERVE ENDINGS of NOCICEPTIVE NEURONS.
A common nonarticular rheumatic syndrome characterized by myalgia and multiple points of focal muscle tenderness to palpation (trigger points). Muscle pain is typically aggravated by inactivity or exposure to cold. This condition is often associated with general symptoms, such as sleep disturbances, fatigue, stiffness, HEADACHES, and occasionally DEPRESSION. There is significant overlap between fibromyalgia and the chronic fatigue syndrome (FATIGUE SYNDROME, CHRONIC). Fibromyalgia may arise as a primary or secondary disease process. It is most frequent in females aged 20 to 50 years. (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, p1494-95)
Narrowing or stricture of any part of the CAROTID ARTERIES, most often due to atherosclerotic plaque formation. Ulcerations may form in atherosclerotic plaques and induce THROMBUS formation. Platelet or cholesterol emboli may arise from stenotic carotid lesions and induce a TRANSIENT ISCHEMIC ATTACK; CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENT; or temporary blindness (AMAUROSIS FUGAX). (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, pp 822-3)
A subspecialty of internal medicine concerned with the study of the physiology and diseases of the digestive system and related structures (esophagus, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas).
An organ of digestion situated in the left upper quadrant of the abdomen between the termination of the ESOPHAGUS and the beginning of the DUODENUM.

Aphasic disorder in patients with closed head injury. (1/281)

Quantitative assessment of 50 patients with closed head injury disclosed that anomic errors and word finding difficulty were prominent sequelae as nearly half of the series had defective scores on tests of naming and/or word association. Aphasic disturbance was associated with severity of brain injury as reflected by prolonged coma and injury of the brain stem.  (+info)

Stroke units in their natural habitat: can results of randomized trials be reproduced in routine clinical practice? Riks-Stroke Collaboration. (2/281)

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Meta-analyses of randomized controlled trials of acute stroke care have shown care in stroke units (SUs) to be superior to that in conventional general medical, neurological, or geriatric wards, with reductions in early case fatality, functional outcome, and the need for long-term institutionalization. This study examined whether these results can be reproduced in clinical practice. METHODS: A multicenter observational study of procedures and outcomes in acute stroke patients admitted to designated SUs or general medical or neurological wards (GWs), the study included patients of all ages with acute stroke excluding those with subarachnoid hemorrhage, who were entered into the Riks-Stroke (Swedish national quality assessment) database during 1996 (14 308 patients in 80 hospitals). RESULTS: Patients admitted to SUs who had lived independently and who were fully conscious on admission to the hospital had a lower case fatality than those cared for in GWs (relative risk [RR] for death, 0.87; 95% confidence interval [CI], 0.79 to 0.96) and at 3 months (RR, 0.91; 95% CI, 0.85 to 0.98). A greater proportion of patients cared for in an SU could be discharged home (RR, 1.06; 95% CI, 1.03 to 1.10), and fewer were in long-term institutional care 3 months after the stroke (RR, 0.94; 95% CI, 0.89 to 0.99). No difference was seen in outcome in patients cared for in SUs or GWs if they had impaired consciousness on admission. CONCLUSIONS: The improvement in outcomes after stroke care in SUs compared with care in GWs can be reproduced in the routine clinical setting, but the magnitude of the benefit appears smaller than that reported from meta-analyses.  (+info)

Cerebral malaria versus bacterial meningitis in children with impaired consciousness. (3/281)

Cerebral malaria (CM) and acute bacterial meningitis (ABM) are the two common causes of impaired consciousness in children presenting to hospital in sub-Sahara Africa. Since the clinical features of the two diseases may be very similar, treatment is often guided by the initial laboratory findings. However, no detailed studies have examined the extent to which the laboratory findings in these two diseases may overlap. We reviewed data from 555 children with impaired consciousness admitted to Kilifi District Hospital, Kenya. Strictly defined groups were established based on the malaria slide, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leucocyte count and the results of blood and CSF culture and CSF bacterial antigen testing. Our data suggests significant overlap in the initial CSF findings between CM and ABM. The absolute minimum proportions of children with impaired consciousness and malaria parasitaemia who also had definite bacterial meningitis were 4% of all children and 14% of children under 1 year of age. The estimated maximum proportion of all children with impaired consciousness and malaria parasitaemia in whom the diagnosis was dual or unclear was at least 13%. The finding of malaria parasites in the blood of an unconscious child in sub-Saharan Africa is not sufficient to establish a diagnosis of cerebral malaria, and acute bacterial meningitis must be actively excluded in all cases.  (+info)

Sophisticated hospital information system/radiology information system/picture archiving and communications system (PACS) integration in a large-scale traumatology PACS. (4/281)

Picture archiving and communications system (PACS) in the context of an outpatient trauma care center asks for a high level of interaction between information systems to guarantee rapid image acquisition and distribution to the surgeon. During installation of the Innsbruck PACS, special aspects of traumatology had to be realized, such as imaging of unconscious patients without identification, and transferred to the electronic environment. Even with up-to-date PACS hardware and software, special solutions had to be developed in-house to tailor the PACS/hospital information system (HIS)/radiology information system (RIS) interface to the needs of radiologic and clinical users. An ongoing workflow evaluation is needed to realize the needs of radiologists and clinicians. These needs have to be realized within a commercially available PACS, whereby full integration of information systems may sometimes only be achieved by special in-house solutions.  (+info)

Risk factors for spread of primary adult onset blepharospasm: a multicentre investigation of the Italian movement disorders study group. (5/281)

OBJECTIVES: Little is known about factors influencing the spread of blepharospasm to other body parts. An investigation was carried out to deterrmine whether demographic features (sex, age at blepharospasm onset), putative risk, or protective factors for blepharospasm (family history of dystonia or tremor, previous head or face trauma with loss of consciousness, ocular diseases, and cigarette smoking), age related diseases (diabetes, hypertension), edentulousness, and neck or trunk trauma preceding the onset of blepharospasm could distinguish patients with blepharospasm who had spread of dystonia from those who did not. METHODS: 159 outpatients presenting initially with blepharospasm were selected in 16 Italian Institutions. There were 104 patients with focal blepharospasm (mean duration of disease 5.3 (SD 1.9) years) and 55 patients in whom segmental or multifocal dystonia developed (mainly in the cranial cervical area) 1.5 (1.2) years after the onset of blepharospasm. Information was obtained from a standardised questionnaire administered by medical interviewers. A Cox regression model was used to examine the relation between the investigated variables and spread. RESULTS: Previous head or face trauma with loss of consciousness, age at the onset of blepharospasm, and female sex were independently associated with an increased risk of spread. A significant association was not found between spread of dystonia and previous ocular diseases, hypertension, diabetes, neck or trunk trauma, edentulousness, cigarette smoking, and family history of dystonia or tremor. An unsatisfactory study power negatively influenced the validity and accuracy of the negative findings relative to diabetes, neck or trunk trauma, and cigarette smoking. CONCLUSIONS: The results of this exploratory study confirm that patients presenting initially with blepharospasm are most likely to experience some spread of dystonia within a few years of the onset of blepharospasm and suggest that head or face trauma with loss of consciousness preceding the onset, age at onset, and female sex may be relevant to spread. The suggested association between edentulousness and cranial cervical dystonia may be apparent because of the confounding effect of both age at onset and head or face trauma with loss of consciousness. The lack of influence of family history of dystonia on spread is consistent with previous findings indicating that the inheritance pattern is the same for focal and segmental blepharospasm.  (+info)

Initial loss of consciousness and risk of delayed cerebral ischemia after aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage. (6/281)

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Delayed cerebral ischemia (DCI) is a major cause of death and disability in patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage. We studied the prognostic value for DCI of 2 factors: the duration of unconsciousness after the hemorrhage and the presence of risk factors for atherosclerosis. METHODS: In 125 consecutive patients admitted within 4 days after hemorrhage, we assessed the presence and duration of unconsciousness after the hemorrhage, the neurological condition on admission, the amount of subarachnoid blood, the size of the ventricles, and a history of smoking, hypertension, stroke, or myocardial infarction. The relationship between these variables and the development of DCI was analyzed by means of the Cox proportional hazards model. RESULTS: The univariate hazard ratio (HR) for the development of DCI in patients who had lost consciousness for >1 hour was 6.0 (95% CI 3.0 to 12.0) compared with patients who had no loss or a <1-hour loss of consciousness. The presence of any risk factor for atherosclerosis yielded an HR of 1.4 (95% CI 0.6 to 3.5). The HR for unconsciousness remained essentially the same after adjustment for other risk factors for DCI. The HR for a poor World Federation of Neurological Surgeons score (grade IV or V) on admission was 2.9 (95% CI 1.5 to 5. 5); that for a large amount of subarachnoid blood on CT was 3.4 (95% CI 1.6 to 7.3). CONCLUSIONS: The duration of unconsciousness after subarachnoid hemorrhage is a strong predictor for the occurrence of DCI. This observation may contribute to a better understanding of the pathogenesis of DCI and increased attention for patients at risk.  (+info)

Public understanding of medical terminology: non-English speakers may not receive optimal care. (7/281)

INTRODUCTION: Many systems of telephone triage are being developed (including NHS Direct, general practitioner out of hours centres, ambulance services). These rely on the ability to determine key facts from the caller. Level of consciousness is an important indicator after head injury but also an indicator of severe illness. AIMS: To determine the general public's understanding of the term unconscious. METHODS: A total of 700 people were asked one of seven questions relating to their understanding of the term unconscious. All participants were adults who could speak sufficient English to give a history to a nurse. RESULTS: Correct understanding of the term unconscious varied from 46.5% to 87.0% for varying parameters. Those with English as their first language had a better understanding (p<0.01) and there was a significant variation with ethnicity (p<0.05). CONCLUSIONS: Understanding of the term unconscious is poor and worse in those for whom English is not a first language. Decision making should not rely on the interpretation of questions using technical terms such as unconscious, which may have a different meaning between professional and lay people.  (+info)

Complications from regional anaesthesia for carotid endarterectomy. (8/281)

The complications of carotid endarterectomy (CEA) under cervical plexus blockade have yet to be fully evaluated. Two different cases are presented; both patients suffered sudden collapse following superficial and deep cervical plexus block in preparation for CEA. The causes, presenting signs and differential diagnoses are discussed. The safest cervical plexus anaesthetic block technique has not yet been established.  (+info)

Recent studies have investigated local oscillations, long-range connectivity, and global network patterns to identify neural changes associated with anesthetic-induced unconsciousness. These studies typically employ anesthetic protocols that either just cross the threshold of unconsciousness, or induce deep unconsciousness for a brief period of time-neither of which models general anesthesia for major surgery. To study neural patterns of unconsciousness and recovery in a clinically-relevant context, we used a realistic anesthetic regimen to induce and maintain unconsciousness in 8 healthy participants for three hours. High-density electroencephalogram (EEG) was acquired throughout and for another three hours after emergence. Seven epochs of 5-minute eyes-closed resting states were extracted from the data at baseline as well as 30, 60, 90, 120, 150 and 180 minutes post-emergence. Additionally, 5-minute epochs were extracted during induction, unconsciousness and immediately prior to recovery of
12) Later signs can include uncontrolled shivering, 13) To fall into a usually brief state of, 16) Her words were inward and indistinct when she was in a state of half, 17) The injured man tried to speak but soon drifted into, 18) Another night I dragged my swag about fifteen feet outside the flock and fell into, 19) The effects range from flu symptoms and fever, to, 20) In severe injury or in head injury he may lapse in and out of, 21) But tonight it had no power to lull her into, 22) Soon thereafter Latimer falls into a severe illness and, after a time of, 23) A heavy concentration of the drug may produce dizziness or even. Overdoses of narcotics can cause drowsiness, unconsciousness, and even death because these drugs suppress respiration. Copyright © 2016 sentencedict.com All Rights Reserved Contact: Meaning: n. a state lacking normal awareness of the self or environment. Here are some examples. By this means also he explained unconsciousness. Cyanotic defects: cyanosis-sudden rapid ...
The Pennington County Sheriffs Department says the teen was attempting a backflip off the rocks when he hit the water face-first and lost consciousness.
Question - Lost consciousness with incontinence. Need medical attention?. Ask a Doctor about diagnosis, treatment and medication for Urinary incontinence, Ask a General & Family Physician
The sick game of selfie war included holding open the eyelid of a sedated patient and baring an elderly womans breast for selfies.
The mechanisms underlying anesthesia-induced loss of consciousness remain a matter of debate. Recent electrophysiological reports suggest that while initial propofol infusion provokes an increase in fast rhythms (from beta to gamma range), slow activity (from delta to alpha range) rises selectively during loss of consciousness. Dynamic causal modeling was used to investigate the neural mechanisms mediating these changes in spectral power in humans. We analyzed source-reconstructed data from frontal and parietal cortices during normal wakefulness, propofol-induced mild sedation, and loss of consciousness. Bayesian model selection revealed that the best model for explaining spectral changes across the three states involved changes in corticothalamic interactions. Compared with wakefulness, mild sedation was accounted for by an increase in thalamic excitability, which did not further increase during loss of consciousness. In contrast, loss of consciousness per se was accompanied by a decrease in ...
2005 Yoo, Jin-Sang Professor at Kaywon College of Art and Design/Director of Kukje Gallery, Seoul Korea. We call the space where the objects and events exist in the unconsciousness. The negative implication of the term, unconsciousness is originated from our conscious-oriented or the speech-oriented perspective. In fact if we allow ourselves a little distance from the consciousness, rather the self-centered system, we can find the subjectivity in the semantic system that has been blanketed most of the elements in the world. Unconsciousness forces you to consider relationship between the objects and events that happen through such relationships to be accidental, improbable, or even insane. Above all, the unconsciousness, which is residing outside awareness, is declared as the category encompassing non-existential things that language cannot define. Nevertheless, what only exists in reversed sense is unconscious matters because consciousness, or the objectives understood by semantics are the ...
an unconscious person is hard to rouse or cant be made aware of his or her surroundings Unconsciousness is caused by illness, injury or emotional shock
James B. Streisand, Peter L Bailey, Leon LeMaire, Michael A. Ashburn, Stephen D. Tarver, John Varvel, Theodore H. Stanley; Fentanyl-induced Rigidity and Unconsciousness in Human Volunteers Incidence, Duration, and Plasma Concentrations. Anesthesiology 1993;78(4):629-634. doi: https://doi.org/.. Download citation file:. ...
Question - What can be the reason of vomiting followed by severe stomach pain and unconsciousness at times ?. Ask a Doctor about diagnosis, treatment and medication for Carotid artery stenosis, Ask a Gastroenterologist, Surgical
Recently I read an article on surviving an edged weapons attacks, where the writer spoke about knife wounds as they related to unconsciousness and death
WDT Hospital got best DMC (Designated Microscopy Centers (DMC) in implementing Revised National T.B. Control Programme in Rayadurg T.B. Unit.. CASE STUDY:. On 27-08-2014, a 25 year old male patient Mareppa, resident of Rangachedu village was brought to the hospital in an unconscious state. He is a known patient of Diabetes on inj. Insulin. He was an old patient of our hospital. After the previous admission he was advised injection Insulin and other medications. But because of ignorance and inability to understand the complexity of disease, he was not following the instructions properly and was not taking his insulin and other medications regularly.. On the morning of 27-08-2014, he developed breathlessness and unconsciousness because of high levels of glucose in blood (a condition called as diabetic coma) and was brought to our hospital. At the arrival, his clinical condition was very poor. He was in a state of unconsciousness with deep breathing, and grossly dehydrated. His breath was ...
A cohort of 2747 patients with head injuries was followed for 28,176 person-years to determine the magnitude and duration of the risk of posttxaumatic seizures. Injuries were classified as severe (brain contusion, intracerebral or intracranial hematoma, or 24 hours of either unconsciousness or amnesia), moderate (skull fracture or 30 minutes to 24 hours of unconsciousness or amnesia), and mild (briefer unconsciousness or amnesia). The risk of posttraumatic seizures after severe injury was 7.1% within 1 year and 11.5% in 5 years, after moderate injury the risk was 0.7 and 1.6%, and after mild injury the risk was 0.1 and 0.6%. The incidence of seizures after mild head injuries was not significantly greater than in the general population.. ...
Horace Wells conducted the first public demonstration of the inhalational anesthetic at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston in 1845. However, the nitrous oxide was improperly administered and the patient cried out in pain.[55] On 16 October 1846, Boston dentist William Thomas Green Morton gave a successful demonstration using diethyl ether to medical students at the same venue.[56] Morton, who was unaware of Longs previous work, was invited to the Massachusetts General Hospital to demonstrate his new technique for painless surgery. After Morton had induced anesthesia, surgeon John Collins Warren removed a tumor from the neck of Edward Gilbert Abbott. This occurred in the surgical amphitheater now called the Ether Dome. The previously skeptical Warren was impressed and stated, Gentlemen, this is no humbug. In a letter to Morton shortly thereafter, physician and writer Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. proposed naming the state produced anesthesia, and the procedure an anesthetic.[47] ...
Propofol is one of the most commonly used anesthetics in the world, but much remains unknown about the mechanisms by which it induces loss of consciousness. In this resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging study, we examined qualitative and quantitative changes of resting-state networks (RSNs), total brain connectivity, and mean oscillation frequencies of the regional blood oxygenation level-dependent (BOLD) signal, associated with propofol-induced mild sedation and loss of responsiveness in healthy subjects. We found that detectability of RSNs diminished significantly with loss of responsiveness, and total brain connectivity decreased strongly in the frontal cortex, which was associated with increased mean oscillation frequencies of the BOLD signal. Our results suggest a pivotal role of the frontal cortex in propofol-induced loss of responsiveness.
Transient loss of consciousness (TLOC), frequently triggered by perturbation in essential physiological parameters such as pCO|sub|2|/sub| or O|sub|2|/sub|, is considered a passive consequence of generalized degradation in high-level cerebral functioning. However, the fact that it is almost always a …
Tiger Woods was unconscious for 6 minutes after his SUV collided with a fire hydrant and tree near his Florida mansion early this morning, and his wife heard the crash and helped free him from the vehicle.... Sports News Summaries. | Newser
I was kept there for one month during which time I was handcuffed in one position for many days and nights. During interrogations, I was accused of having contacts outside: with the Dalai Lama, Samdhong Rinpoche, and Ajia Rinpoche, and that I have to acknowledge that I have these outside contacts. Likewise, I was told that I have contacts inside with scholars and teachers. You have been involved in activities and have led organizations. You have made calls to many outside provinces. What have you achieved from those? Where did you print the Tibetan flags? How many flags did you print? How many members are there in your group?, and you have no choice but to accept these crimes. They would hang me up for several hours with my hands tied to a rope….. hanging from the ceiling and my feet above the ground. Then they would beat me on my face, chest, and back, with the full force of their fists. Finally, on one occasion, I had lost consciousness and was taken to a hospital. After I regained ...
The woman lost consciousness behind the wheel and drove her car into the ocean. The woman lost consciousness behind the wheel and drove her car into the ocean.
It all starts the day we are born. Life takes us on a journey. We believe its a combination of random good and not so good events. We think that they have little guidance from us to the whys and whens, but in truth, there is and always has been a master plan, we just didnt know it.Discovering My Own Unconsciousness. What makes life interesting is that we have free choice. Every time we are faced with a situation we can choose how to handle it. What that choice is governs our lifes path. What I wasnt always aware of was my own unconsciousness within that free choice.. It wasnt until I approached my late forties that I realized my life had been a kind of consciousness school and that it was time to share what I had learnt. Intuitively, I have always had a sense that I was never going to go to college or university for these lessons. Life was going to be my teacher. Existence didnt want me to learn the patterns of the generation I grew up in. It wanted to teach me a new way of being. I had a ...
It all starts the day we are born. Life takes us on a journey. We believe its a combination of random good and not so good events. We think that they have little guidance from us to the whys and whens, but in truth, there is and always has been a master plan, we just didnt know it.Discovering My Own Unconsciousness. What makes life interesting is that we have free choice. Every time we are faced with a situation we can choose how to handle it. What that choice is governs our lifes path. What I wasnt always aware of was my own unconsciousness within that free choice.. It wasnt until I approached my late forties that I realized my life had been a kind of consciousness school and that it was time to share what I had learnt. Intuitively, I have always had a sense that I was never going to go to college or university for these lessons. Life was going to be my teacher. Existence didnt want me to learn the patterns of the generation I grew up in. It wanted to teach me a new way of being. I had a ...
Tessie Rockwell-Kitzmiller, 29, loved nursing-the constant challenge, the wide range of cases, the chance to care for patients at their most difficult moments. Working in critical care, she tended to people with life-threatening injuries and illnesses, and got to see the range of human emotion and experience from the staff side of medicine.. Tessie, a native of Kingston, Tennessee, was attracted to the profession in part because shes the kind of person whos always willing to lend a hand when needed. So she picked up the slack-and considering the constant short staffing, there was always slack-even when that meant moving the weight of heavy, unconscious patients or lifting equipment. But the physical aspect of her work took a toll. The sad part is I literally broke my back trying to help other people, she reflects. And now when I need that help, its not there ...
The most common application of this instrument is to maneuver the ET tube in nasal intubations. The Magill forceps is used to pick up the ET tube in the posterior oropharynx and place its tip into the laryngeal inlet. The forceps grip surface is serrated and care must be taken not to rupture the cuff when maneuvering the ET tube. Ideally the endotracheal tube should therefore be held with the forceps just proximal to the cuff. For the same reason only airway equipment and not tissue should be maneuvered with the forceps as significant trauma and bleeding can result.. The Magill forceps can also be useful in clearing foreign bodies from the upper airway in anesthetized or unconscious patients.. Another use of the device is in placing and removing throat packs.. ...
To the Editor, Teamwork within the hospital setting is fundamental to increase the quality of life of the patient. In this sense, the introduction of hospital dentistry contributes to multidisciplinary and comprehensive health.(1). Thus, periodontal disease, as an infectious and inflammatory disease, results in destruction of the supporting tissues of the tooth(2) and is considered a coadjuvant factor or even a precursor of systemic diseases. Aspiration of the teeth, caused by avulsion, can lead to life-threatening accidents, especially in bedridden and unconscious patients. The latency period between the aspiration episode and the onset or worsening of symptoms may be days, months, or years, depending on the degree of obstruction of the airways and the nature of the aspirated foreign body.(3) It may also occur due to socioeconomic, cultural, and even population custom factors,(4) which is consistent with the possibility of dental aspiration by habits of deficient hygiene, especially in ...
French summarizes this model by saying: the most popular interpretation is that the NDE is exactly what it appears to be to the person having the experience.[33] The NDE would then represent evidence of the supposedly immaterial existence of a soul or mind, which would leave the body upon death. An NDE would then provide information about an immaterial world where the soul would journey upon ending its existence on earth.[33] According to Greyson[11] some NDE phenomena cannot be easily explained with our current knowledge of human physiology and psychology. For instance, at a time when they were unconscious, patients could accurately describe events as well as report being able to view their bodies from an out-of-body spatial perspective. In two different studies of patients who had survived a cardiac arrest, those who had reported leaving their bodies could describe accurately their resuscitation procedures or unexpected events, whereas others described incorrect equipment and ...
Semi-conscious or unconscious patients with respiratory depression have more chances of experiencing problems like aspirating vomiting into lungs or choking.. Abusive effects. Benzodiazepines have high potential of being abused, and Xanax is particularly bad owing to its short action duration and rapid onset. Patients who already have a history of substance abuse have higher risks of become addicted to Xanax, even if it was originally used as a prescription medicine. Additionally, because Methadone is given to patients with existing abuse issues, it poses significant risks of abuse.. Benzodiazepines should not be given to patients for maintenance therapy, as anxiety can be treated with other better choices too, such as antidepressants. Benzodiazepines are more appropriate for very short-term treatment of acute anxiety disorders, like panic attacks. As soon as the treatment starts showing effects, benzodiazepines should be avoided as far as possible.. Now that you know what dangers the ...
The more you become curious about what is happening rather than reacting and controlling, the more you come to a wonderful realization that your life is for you.. Rather than Life being something that is happening to you that you must control, you realize there are no ordinary moments!. Life is not a random series of events. It is a highly intelligent unfolding that is putting you in the exact situations you need in order to see and unhook from the spells that keep you separate from its flow.. No matter what is happening in your life, you finally understand that Life knows what it is doing.. Rather than Life being something you have to mold and shape into what you want it to be, you begin to show up for Life exactly as it is. Yes, the flow of Life includes pain, loss and death.. But resisting the pains of Life only turn them it into suffering, and the suffering that comes from resistance is always much greater than directly experiencing your pain.. Instead of tightening around your experiences ...
Anesthesia is the temporary loss of sensation induced by drugs that interfere with how nerves communicate. Prior to the advent of modern anesthesia, surgical procedures were often avoided as much as possible. Doctors would have to endure the screams of pain as they operated on a patient. To weaken the sensation of surgical incisions, alcohol, opium, and various herbal remedies were used. Sometimes the patient would be physically knocked unconscious prior to surgery.. It was difficult to control the amount of anesthesia given, which posed a safety issue. Too much anesthesia can cause neurological damage, while too little is ineffective. Nowadays, thanks to technological advances, it is possible to control the dosage of anesthesia required to instate and maintain unconsciousness. It makes surgery safer while ensuring that the patient is not in any pain.. The purpose of anesthesia is to sedate, immobilize, and induce unconsciousness, and inability to feel pain. It functions by absorbing into ...
This is the first volume of OSHOs discourses from America - a deep inquiry into the nature of religiousness, now published for the first time in the USA after ranking in the top ten non-fiction bestsellers in Italy.. Religious experience is a truth. When you discover it, your will not find that it is Christian or Hindu or Mohammedan or Buddhist. It has nothing to do with all these words ...
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PHILADELPHIA - Falling asleep in your bed at night and being put to sleep under general anesthesia - as well as waking up in the morning or coming out of anesthesia - arent quite the same thing, yet they share some important similarities. Max Kelz, MD, PhD, assistant professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, along with colleagues from Penn, UCSD, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and Thomas Jefferson University, explored the distinctions between anesthetic unconsciousness and sleep by manipulating the genetic pathways known to be involved in natural sleep and studying the resulting effects on anesthetic states. Their work is published in PLOS Genetics.. Previous research by Kelzs team pointed to a neurological barrier, called neural inertia, that separates awareness from anesthetic unconsciousness and resists the transition from one state to the other. They also found that the processes by which the brain enters ...
That means gunk in the groundwater can rise through the soil in gaseous form and collect in above-ground structures like homes, schools and churches. If youre living over a TCE plume, like inhabitants in Scottsdale Arizona who dont have specialized ventilation systems, it might be a good idea to keep the windows open.. Drinking small amounts of TCE for long periods may cause impaired immune system function, liver and kidney damage and impair fetal development in pregnant women. Larger drinking doses may cause liver damage, nausea, impaired heart function, unconsciousness or death. Breathing small amounts may cause dizziness, lung irritation, headaches, difficulty concentrating and poor coordination. Inhaling large amounts of TCE may cause unconsciousness, impaired heart function and death.. The TCE exposure level associated with a one-in-a-million excess lifetime cancer risk, in a round-the-clock residential scenario is being lowered to .25 micrograms per cubic meter, or ug/m3. It may be even ...
If resuscitation starts it must be continued non-stop.. Get ashore asap - helicopter, or rib + waiting ambulance.. Any rescued victim needs mental stimulation to keep fighting - especially talk about families and especially their children. Note there will be initial further post rescue cooling, and therefore possible slipping into unconsciousness. No alcohol. No drinks unless sure that there will be no further deterioration to unconsciousness. The loss of the hydrostatic squeeze and adrenaline drive contributes to deterioration and peri or post rescue collapse.. Check out these clips and explore other clips that appear.. ...
I was standing downtown but everything seemed different. What had happened? Id just been at the library when all of sudden I found myself standing here a block away and everything seemed suddenly strange. How am I in one place on second and another place the next second? This wasnt a dream, I was sure of it. There was very little I recognized. Buildings were different, peculiar looking. There were many more of them. And there are all these people, so many more than usual and theyre dressed in the strangest ways. Men have hair like women. There are a lot of negroes about and crazy people and the cars, my god the cars practically look like futuristic space ships. Some people look it at me kind of funny but Im sure not the strangest looking person around. Its like Im in the future. And this future is very scary and its dirty and smells bad and I just wanted to scream. I saw a newspaper on the ground and picked it up. It had todays date, September 13. But it said 2015. I wonder if I was ...
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1 year ago) Hello, I want to ask. I have a bad feeling, I have a toothache and I forgot when I bought medicine at the pharmacy that I did not say it was bad. Well, I already took 0.5 mg of car... Read more. ...
So you asked about recent films Ive seen (no you didnt I just used that phrase as a device to segue into this last bit). Okay here goes: The Big Parade (1925) starring John Gilbert directed by King Vidor. A mostly very good picture but featuring the greatest scene ever filmed when the U.S. Army is pulling out of the French town. Just watch the damn thing, its incredible. Then there was Christmas in Connecticut (1945) starring the great love of one of my past lives, Barbara Stanwyck. I think Ive watched it about seven Christmas seasons in a row and havent tired of it a wit. Its perfectly fun and charming and delightful. Mon Oncle Antoine (1971) I just discovered this - lets say holiday treat - last year. It has been hailed by Canada as that countrys greatest film and who am I to argue? It is set in a very small French Canadian village around and on Christmas. Its got the whole coming of age vibe but not in a corny way. Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (2010) is a Christmas film from my ...
10 months ago) So I sit in the back and in the middle while studying, but strangely I am not minus but the writing on the blackboard always looks blurry but when I read a book I can see clearly... Read more. ...
Everybody agrees that there are conscious states of mind and unconscious states of mind. Most of what we do is done unconsciously. When you drive to work, you perform an extremely sophisticated task that requires driving skills, orientation skills, and avoiding all the obstacles and reckless drivers on the road; but usually you do it while listening to the radio a humming a song, hardly focusing on the action itself. On the other hand, there are moments when you pause and wonder, very consciously, about the meaning of life, or, if you are a poet, about your depressing financial conditions. However, these two extremes do not exhaust the kinds of mental life that we have. For example, what you are doing now, reading these sentences, is not quite conscious and not quite unconscious. When you read, you have to focus on the sentences. In fact, your attention increases, not decreases, compared with other moments. However, you are not quite conscious of your existence, precisely because you are so ...
When Elsword, Raven, Eve, and Add return to Elysion with an unconscious Ain, Solace and Hernia were expecting them and greeted them at the entrance. Hernia greats Elsword, it being the first time they met in person. Eve asked if they were already informed of their arrival, Hernia confirms it and notes that the would be able to heal Ain faster in Elysion. She explains that they will use one of the capsules to transfer pure El energy into him, she also notes that the process will require her concentration so she has to be left alone. Ain is left in her care as she goes off. Placing Ain into the capsule she begins the exchange of El Energy. Ain in his unconscious state is relayed some of her memories but soon enough, Hernia manifests as herself within Ains consciousness. Ain is confused by the situation, Hernia explains that he had sustained a great loss of El energy and that she is giving him part of her own pure El energy, though is appears some her her memories were carried along with it. Ain ...
In the current study, the area under the ROC curve was used as a measure of the performance of the best models. For a comparison of two levels (i.e. , consciousness and unconsciousness in the current study), the area under the ROC curve is comparable to prediction probability (PK).21 The area under the ROC curve is a value between 0.5 and 1, whereas PKis a value in the range between 0 and 1. A value of 0.5 means that the parameter indicates the anesthetic state as good as a random process, e.g. , flipping a coin. A PK(or ROC area) of 1 means a correct classification in 100%, and a PKvalue of 0 means a false identification in 100%. Using a very similar study design, a previous study showed that BIS® (Aspect Medical Systems) and Patient State Index (Physiometrix, North Billerica, MA), two commercially available monitors based on the electroencephalogram, only have a prediction probability (PK) of less than 0.7.22 These values are confirmed by results of the analysis of BIS values from recorded ...
1. Consciousness is original, self-existent, and constitutive of all things. Wolffs term Consciousness here does not mean consciousness as opposed to unconsciousness. Nor does Wolff use the word Consciousness here as a consciousness involving any particular structure or mode of experience, such as the structure of intentionality, or the mode of our typical experience based on the distinction between subject and object. Rather, the meaning of the term Consciousness here is THAT which is the primordial ground and essential nature of all modes and forms of experience, both subjective and objective. In Wolffs words, The One, nonderivative Reality, is THAT which I have symbolized by Consciousness- without-an-object. This is Root Consciousness, per se, to be distinguished from consciousness as content or as state, on the one hand, and from consciousness as an attribute of a Self or Atman, in any sense whatsoever. It is Consciousness of which nothing can be predicated in the privative sense ...
Ion channels are pathways that allow electrically charged atoms to pass across cell membranes to carry out various functions such as pain transmission and the timing of the heart beat. TRPC5 calcium ion channels are found in many tissues around the body but are predominant in the brain.. We know that this ion channel plays a signalling role in the central nervous system, which regulates the conscious and unconscious states, so I was left wondering whether inhibiting this calcium ion channel was one mechanism by which anaesthesia works, says Dr Bahnasi.. Dr Bahnasi then carried out further experiments with several other modern anaesthetic compounds, both intravenous and inhaled, and found that the blocking effect on the TRPC5 ion channel was the same.. He says that the discovery opens up the opportunity to design and develop new generations of anaesthetics which directly target TRPC5, but with minimised side effects.. Of course there are multi-molecular events that work together in ...
Findings and conclusions of a workshop on sudden loss of consciousness in divers, held in Madison, Wisconsin, are presented. In a study of 150 episodes of diver loss of consciousness, the divers in over half of the cases had no advance warning. In cases where some warning signs were noted, the major factor was a respiratory problem. Possible causes of diver unconsciousness are outlined. Predisposi
If you are suffering, in pain and fear death, you are not truly living. When you are unbalanced in any aspect of your life, this is not the true way of life. Being sick is your way of learning something about an aspect of yourself. You have not gotten bad breaks, God or Spirit or the devil is NOT punishing you, karma, the Universe is not after you. It is you who have agreed to suffer for the purpose of gaining greater awareness about yourself. You dont have to be sick. What does this mean? This means that the purpose of life is to play and to be healthy, happy, peaceful and in balance. It is not meant as a punishment. Yes, there is a real sadness to being in pain and being ill, to suffer. I do not deny the feeling of hopelessness in the suffering that people have around their diseases. This is not a chastisement but a clarion call to your unconscious state where you believe that something bad has happened to you when in the deeper reality of soul and Spirit, you have a role in ...
Solenoid-X3005 is an Auto T / M Solenoid and Key Interlock Solenoid are linked to control sudden unintended acceleration in unconscious state.
Is my yellow the same as your yellow? Does your pain feel like my pain? The question of whether the human consciousness is subjective or objective is largely philosophical. But the line between consciousness and unconsciousness is a bit easier to measure. In a new study of how anesthetic drugs affect the brain, researchers suggest…
Authorities say the pilot of a Seattle-bound flight lost consciousness Thursday evening, which forced the Boeing 737 to make an emergency landing in Portland.
Background It is postulated that alteration of central cholinergic transmission plays an important role in the mechanism by which anesthetics produce unconsciousness. The authors investigated the effect of altering central cholinergic transmission, by physostigmine and scopolamine, on unconsciousness produced by propofol. Methods Propofol was administered to American Society of Anesthesiologists physical status 1 (n = 17) volunteers with use of a computer-controlled infusion pump at increasing concentrations until unconsciousness resulted (inability to respond to verbal commands, abolition of spontaneous movement). Central nervous system function was assessed by use of the Auditory Steady State Response (ASSR) and Bispectral Index (BIS) analysis of electrooculogram. During continuous administration of propofol, reversal of unconsciousness produced by physostigmine (28 microgram/kg) and block of this reversal by scopolamine (8.6 microgram/kg) were evaluated. Results Propofol produced ...
Syncope is one of the most important causes of transient loss of consciousness, and is such a common event that it may be encountered by practitioners in virtually any field of medicine. As such, a broad spectrum of healthcare professionals may be involved in its assessment and management. Edited by distinguished individuals whose pioneering work in syncope highlights careers devoted to improving patient care, this book provides: • Succinct, practical and up-to-date guidance on the optimal clinical evaluation and treatment of patients with syncope and transient loss of consciousness in a multidisciplinary framework • Evidence-based recommendations founded on comprehensive literature review and extensive clinical experience by expert contributors • Meaningful clinical tips for appropriate use of guidelines in clinical practice • Key recent citations Building on the European Society of Cardiology Syncope Guidelines, this book provides a clear evaluation of the latest
COLUMBUS - A condemned Ohio inmate put to death during a prolonged execution experienced pain and suffering before he lost consciousness, an anesthesiologist working for the family of the inmate determined in a report released today.. Neither of the drugs used to execute Dennis McGuire on Jan. 16 can be relied on to produce a rapid loss of consciousness and death, according to the affidavit by Dr. Kent Diveley of Scripps Mercy Hospital in San Diego.. A higher dose of the sedative used by Ohio is needed to render someone unconsciousness, Diveley said, while the painkiller used by the state causes eventual death from lack of oxygen but couldnt be depended on to produce unconsciousness, he said.. It is possible that when this combination of drugs is used for lethal injection there will be a delay of several minutes before the inmate loses consciousness preceding death, Diveley said. He said apparent straining gestures by McGuire represented conscious voluntary actions.. They exemplify true ...
Consciousness means being awake, alert and responsive with the environment.[1] The definition of consciousness may differ in psychology, neuroscience, philosophy and other related sciences.. Consciousness is a spectrum. There are several states between a fully conscious state and a fully unconscious state. In medicine, the degree of loss of consciousness is measured by using Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS); a score between 3 and 15 is given to each person at any time, to show how conscious he or she is. Higher scores show more conscious states.. The opposite of consciousness is subconsciousness/unconscious mind. This means people do things that are instinctive and do not think about them like breathing and making ones heart beat.. It is not known what causes consciousness. So, it is difficult to know if another person or thing is indeed conscious.[2] For example, if a robot seems to react to its environment, how does one know if it has consciousness (see artificial life)?. ...
Consciousness means being awake, alert and responsive to the environment.[1] The definition of consciousness may differ in psychology, neuroscience, philosophy and other related sciences. It is often disputed amongst academics and scientists.[2]. Consciousness is a spectrum. There are several states between a fully conscious state and a fully unconscious state.[3] In medicine, the degree of loss of consciousness is measured by using Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS); a score between 3 and 15 is given to each person at any time, to show how conscious he or she is. Higher scores show more conscious states. It seems that many decisions are made without us being aware of it. These decisions are made by what is called the unconscious mind. There are also many body functions which we do not notice until they go wrong. These activities are done by the autonomic nervous system. Breathing and the beat of ones heart can be noticed but are controlled by nervous system without thought. It is not known what causes ...
Pain is a subjective experience,and no objective clinically available diagnosis test exists to assess it. In clinical practice,the most accepted and valid method is self-reports,this method relies on a patients ability to communicate a self-assessment of pain. However, the absence of verbal (or writing) communication in some patients (also referred as non-verbal) is an obstacle to the evaluation of pain,which may derived in risk to death and under- or over-treatment. Patients with impaired communication,unconscious patients,infants,stroke survivors,the critically ill,and persons suering from advance dementia are examples of vulnerable individuals who are unable to communicate. Therefore,the need for a reliable and objective pain assessment to assist medical practitioners in the diagnosis and management of pain. Attempts to use neuroimaging and computational methods to identify pain in healthy humans have shown potential to aid the assessment of pain. Previous studies using functional Magnetic ...
A catheter (a hollow tube, often with an inflatable balloon tip) may be inserted into the urinary bladder when there is a urinary obstruction, following surgical procedures to the urethra, in unconscious patients (due to surgical anesthesia, coma, etc.), or for any other problem in which the bladder needs to be kept empty (decompressed) and urinary flow assured. The balloon holds the catheter in place for a duration of time ...
Title: Study of immediate versus deferred antiretroviral therapy in HIV-associated tuberculous meningitis Study design: A randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled trial with 2 parallel arms Sample size: 247 Inclusion criteria: Age 15 years or older; HIV antibody positive; clinical diagnosis of TBM.. Exclusion criteria: positive CSF Gram or India ink stain, known or suspected pregnancy; antituberculous treatment 8 to 30 days immediately prior to recruitment; previous antiretroviral therapy; laboratory contraindications to antiretroviral or antituberculous therapy; lack of consent.. Consent: Written informed consent will be sought for all patients. Verbal consent will be considered acceptable when written consent is impossible. In unconscious patients, the consent of 2 independent physicians will be considered acceptable.. Randomization: Patients will be stratified according to TBM disease severity at presentation (modified MRC grade I to III). Within each stratum, patients will be randomized ...
Title: Study of immediate versus deferred antiretroviral therapy in HIV-associated tuberculous meningitis Study design: A randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled trial with 2 parallel arms Sample size: 247 Inclusion criteria: Age 15 years or older; HIV antibody positive; clinical diagnosis of TBM.. Exclusion criteria: positive CSF Gram or India ink stain, known or suspected pregnancy; antituberculous treatment 8 to 30 days immediately prior to recruitment; previous antiretroviral therapy; laboratory contraindications to antiretroviral or antituberculous therapy; lack of consent.. Consent: Written informed consent will be sought for all patients. Verbal consent will be considered acceptable when written consent is impossible. In unconscious patients, the consent of 2 independent physicians will be considered acceptable.. Randomization: Patients will be stratified according to TBM disease severity at presentation (modified MRC grade I to III). Within each stratum, patients will be randomized ...
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Anesthetics work by affecting the nervous system to cause numbness or memory loss leading to unconsciousness. The first known anesthetics were bitter herbs and alcohol that were used for minor operations. There is a wide variety of anesthetics both different from each other on the basis of their action. The different types of anesthetics include sedatives, neuromuscular-blocking drugs, hypnotics and an array of other nervous system stimulants or depressants. A patient can be anesthetized with either the intention of causing unconsciousness or loss of sensation. Local anesthesia is where the patient is anesthetized with the intention of causing muscle paralysis in the part of interest such as limbs. The effects of local anesthesia are reversible and the patient is conscious unless the anesthesia is combined with other anesthesia approaches including sedation. Sedation is a type of anesthesia whereby anesthetics are used to suppress the central nervous system mildly by reducing anxiety. It is ...
Anesthesia is defined as the loss of ability to feel pain. However, the term is more commonly used to refer to a state of deep sedation or unconsciousness during which the patient is unable to feel pain. Two forms of anesthesia are used in cats. For some patients, local anesthesia is an option. This involves causing localized numbness by injecting medication into a focal area of the skin or applying a medication onto an area of the skin. The area affected can include the skin, underlying muscles, and nerves.. Medication used for local anesthesia does not cause the patient to fall asleep; when deep sedation or unconsciousness is required, general anesthesia is a better option. Medications used for general anesthesia commonly are administered by injection or inhaled through an anesthetic mask or breathing tube that is connected to an anesthesia machine.. When Is Anesthesia Used?. Anesthesia has many uses in cats. Local anesthesia may be an option if your veterinarian needs to remove a small ...
Anesthesia is defined as the loss of ability to feel pain. However, the term is more commonly used to refer to a state of deep sedation or unconsciousness during which the patient is unable to feel pain. Two forms of anesthesia are used in cats. For some patients, local anesthesia is an option. This involves causing localized numbness by injecting medication into a focal area of the skin or applying a medication onto an area of the skin. The area affected can include the skin, underlying muscles, and nerves.. Medication used for local anesthesia does not cause the patient to fall asleep; when deep sedation or unconsciousness is required, general anesthesia is a better option. Medications used for general anesthesia commonly are administered by injection or inhaled through an anesthetic mask or breathing tube that is connected to an anesthesia machine.. When Is Anesthesia Used?. Anesthesia has many uses in cats. Local anesthesia may be an option if your veterinarian needs to remove a small ...
Drinking enough alcohol to cause a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.03-0.12% typically causes a flushed, red appearance in the face and impaired judgment and fine muscle coordination. A BAC of 0.09% to 0.25% causes lethargy, sedation, balance problems and blurred vision. A BAC from 0.18% to 0.30% causes profound confusion, impaired speech (e.g., slurred speech), staggering, dizziness and vomiting. A BAC from 0.25% to 0.40% causes stupor, unconsciousness, anterograde amnesia, vomiting and respiratory depression (potentially life-threatening). A BAC from 0.35% to 0.80% causes a coma (unconsciousness), life-threatening respiratory depression and possibly fatal alcohol poisoning. A breathalyzer is a device for estimating BAC from a breath sample. It was developed by inventor Robert Frank Borkenstein[12] and registered as a trademark in 1954, but many people use the term to refer to any generic device for estimating blood alcohol content .[13] With the advent of a scientific test for BAC, law ...
From MSDSHAZARD IDENTIFICATIONEmergency Overview: This product is an amber fluid liquid with a solvent type odor and flash point of 106oF.Primary Routes of Exposure:InhalationSkin ContactEye ContactPOTENTIAL ACUTE HEALTH EFFECTSEye: Exposure may cause mild eye irritation. Symptoms may include stinging, tearing, and redness.Skin: Exposure may cause mild skin irritation. Prolonged or repeated exposure may dry the skin. Symptoms may include redness, burning, drying and cracking, and skin burns. Pre-existing skin disorders may be aggravated by exposure to this material.Ingestion: Swallowing this material may cause gastrointestinal irritation (nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea) and central nervous system depression (dizziness, drowsiness, weakness, fatigue, nausea, headache, unconsciousness).Inhalation: Inhalation of vapors may cause nose, throat, and respiratory tract irritation, central nervous system depression (dizziness, drowsiness, weakness, fatigue, nausea, headache, unconsciousness) and ...
A far cry from the world of Wodehouse, perhaps, but written in the same spirit, are Maggie Armitages weekly text messages to me. Here are a few from this week. Be thankful youre getting the short versions. I like to think of her writing in the same vein as EM Delafields Diary of a Provincial Lady - Diary of an Urban Lady, perhaps.. Hello luv I am back from fire alert at UCH (University College Hospital) which took 35min the queue was nearly a hundred. Four firemen turned up straight in their phones (missing word here? Who knows?) the new system is not up and ready. Saw attractive Dr M very gorgeous. Finally got results of my scan it looked like Jackson pollock artwork. I often feel like crap when I have had the radioactive dye, once bursting a vein, I actually exploded.. Had surprisingly non-alcoholic lunch with the sisters recovering from hangover. P just oozes wealth and diamonds. Went to Cafe Monaco which was lovely I had a delicious crab risotto and a deeply satisfying cream brûlée. ...
Most neuroimaging studies of anesthetic action assume that loss of functional activity reflects the neural correlates of consciousness (Heinke and Schwarzbauer, 2002; Alkire et al., 2008; Brown et al., 2010). Yet, this approach lacks the ability to distinguish the consciousness-related changes from the epiphenomenal, e.g., drug-related, effects. Here, we used a different approach and investigated what turns back on when consciousness re-emerges following anesthetic-induced unconsciousness. The structures that activated when consciousness resumed were the brainstem, the thalamus, the hypothalamus, and the ACC (Figs. 2, 4, 5). Although only limited frontal and parietal activity was observed during the ROC, an active parietal region demonstrated greater functional connectivity with the ACC (and other frontal regions) during the conscious state (Fig. 3). These findings reveal a functional network that activates with restored consciousness to enable arousal, the subjective awareness of stimuli, and ...
Rapper DMX nearly died Monday night after being found not breathing and not having a pulse. Yonkers cops responded to a call about an unconscious male at a Ramada Inn just after 6 PM. Sources say when cops arrived DMX was on the ground in the parking lot next to a parked car. Cops quickly determined he was lifeless and immediately began CPR. After a minute of CPR, the rappers pulse reportedly came back. A witness on the scene told cops that DMX had ingested some sort of powder before falling unconsciousness. Cops then gave him Narcan, an antidote that fights overdoses. DMX denies taking any powder or drugs. He says all he remembers is having shortness of breath after suffering bronchitis for a couple of days. A family member says X asked for his inhaler (for asthma) right before he fell unconscious. They were not able to get it to him in time. Hes still in the hospital. Posted By Persist
The hypnosis might try to persuade you to act in certain action, but you might get your conscious when the persuading failed. I dont know the real hypnosis with a hypnotist, but the remote hypnosis through the direct brain hearing cause the victim to be awaken from the unconscious state if the persuading is too difficult for the one. For example, the persuading is to act in violence that the one does not want to commit, then the victim would question oneself for the self-check why the one has such thought. Then the one might be awaken from the certain strain of the thought process induced by the hypnosis. Usually, the personal thoughts fit into own emotion and motivation. This hypnosis is like the state that the victim is surrounded by the people telling the one to perform a certain action - like the unconscious level brainwashing. If you are told by your friends to kick a bucket on the street, you might do it as your friends does. The hypnosis voice does the same trick. You would get the ...
The hypnosis might try to persuade you to act in certain action, but you might get your conscious when the persuading failed. I dont know the real hypnosis with a hypnotist, but the remote hypnosis through the direct brain hearing cause the victim to be awaken from the unconscious state if the persuading is too difficult for the one. For example, the persuading is to act in violence that the one does not want to commit, then the victim would question oneself for the self-check why the one has such thought. Then the one might be awaken from the certain strain of the thought process induced by the hypnosis. Usually, the personal thoughts fit into own emotion and motivation. This hypnosis is like the state that the victim is surrounded by the people telling the one to perform a certain action - like the unconscious level brainwashing. If you are told by your friends to kick a bucket on the street, you might do it as your friends does. The hypnosis voice does the same trick. You would get the ...
Even though a number of findings, based on information content or information integration, are shown to define neural underpinnings characteristic of a conscious experience, the neurophysiological mechanism of consciousness is still poorly understood. Here, we investigated the brain activity and functional connectivity changes that occur in the isoflurane anesthetized unconscious state in contrast to the awake-state in rats (awake and/or anesthetized n=68 rats). We examined nine information measures previously shown to distinguish between conscious states; BOLD variability, functional connectivity strength, modularity, weighted modularity, efficiency, clustering coefficient, small-worldness, and spatial and temporal Lempel-Ziv complexity measure ...
Finding an unconscious person or witnessing a persons collapse can be frightening. There are many conditions that can cause unconsciousness. Although a true diagnosis can only come from a qualified medical professional, you can gather...
Systematically examine patients who are unconscious for no known reason, proceeding from searching for life-threatening conditions to identifying potential signs and symptoms that may reveal the cause for unconsciousness.
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Controlling discomfort during dental work is one of our top priorities. Advances in anesthesia over the last century have made that objective easier to attain, especially for routine procedures.. The term anesthesia means without feeling or pain. It refers to the use of substances to prevent a patients nervous system from sensing pain. There are two basic types: general, through intravenous injection (IV) or gas inhalation that places a patient in an unconscious state; and local, which only affects the part of the body involved in the procedure while the patient remains conscious.. The latter type has become very important in dentistry, especially for mild to moderate procedures. Because teeth and gum tissues are rich in nerves, patients can have a heightened level of sensitivity that can increase anxiety and discomfort during dental work. Local anesthesia reduces that discomfort and relaxes both patient and dental provider.. We typically administer local anesthesia in two ways: by applying ...
I think some contributors have been out in the sun way too long and may need to seek shelter. Getting back to reality was the time Dick was riding the Yellow Coach bus from Rapid City to Cheyenne to catch a train on some sort of religious quest. He decided to stop off in the best saloon in downtown Gun Barrel Wyoming and have one last drink. Well,the only one in Gun Barrel and if you got there early you might get a chair,otherwise it was a crate or empty keg to sit on. He told the bartender he wanted the biggest beer in the house since it was going to be his last for quite a spell. Well,it was a big one and determined to put it down,took him two and a half days. The other patrons heard him talking about his quest and got worried about him missing his train in his unconscious state. Elmer and Sally Bruegman were headed to cavalry Fort D.A. Russell with a large load of hay behind a four horse hitch and stopped for a sarsaparilla. The folks asked them if there was any way they could take Dick on ...
I think some contributors have been out in the sun way too long and may need to seek shelter. Getting back to reality was the time Dick was riding the Yellow Coach bus from Rapid City to Cheyenne to catch a train on some sort of religious quest. He decided to stop off in the best saloon in downtown Gun Barrel Wyoming and have one last drink. Well,the only one in Gun Barrel and if you got there early you might get a chair,otherwise it was a crate or empty keg to sit on. He told the bartender he wanted the biggest beer in the house since it was going to be his last for quite a spell. Well,it was a big one and determined to put it down,took him two and a half days. The other patrons heard him talking about his quest and got worried about him missing his train in his unconscious state. Elmer and Sally Bruegman were headed to cavalry Fort D.A. Russell with a large load of hay behind a four horse hitch and stopped for a sarsaparilla. The folks asked them if there was any way they could take Dick on ...
Unconscious bias is something that the person isnt aware of. Some people have biases based on race, gender, ethnicity, age, and sexuality without realising it. In contrast, others are biased towards people from a certain academic or social background, class, and interests. If a person prefers a candidate over others due to reasons that are irrelevant to the expertise and educational requirements of the job, then it means they have unconscious bias. In some cases, a candidate is preferred over others simply because they give the impression that theyd be easy to hang out with. It is also considered unconscious bias when candidates are filtered out in the recruitment processs initial stages based on their names, resume pictures, hometown, school name, etc. In conclusion, unconscious bias is a phenomenon that affects a persons decisions based on factors irrelevant to the positions requirements. Lets learn about the different types of unconscious bias commonly observed in hiring ...
In Pennsylvania, LGBT community members are not legally protected by state law because sexual orientation isnt included under its hate crime definition. My petition seeks to change that.. On the evening of September 11 in Center City Philadelphia, two of my good friends were viciously attacked by a group of 15 boys and girls because they are gay. After asking the two young men if they were a couple, the group assaulted and robbed them while repeatedly calling them dirty f*ggots. One of my friends was beaten so badly that police initially thought he was dead from a gunshot wound- due to his unconscious state and the amount of blood coming from his head.. This gap in legislative protection is a gross failure to protect and serve people like my friends who were savagely attacked PRIMARILY FOR THEIR SEXUAL ORIENTATION. My friends are traumatized but not defeated. They never want this to happen to anyone again. And I wont standby so I am demanding that the Pennsylvania state legislators act now ...
A Las Vegas woman claims she lost consciousness twice and suffered significant injuries during and after a blood plasma donation.
Nitrogen Narcosis by Scuba Death, released 01 September 2014 1. Receptor Antagonist 2. 50-70 meters 3. Nociception 4. Helium Tremors 5. 90 meters 6. Rapture of the Deep Scuba Death is Ricardo Donoso's alter ego. With more of a focus on analog sound, percussion, sampling, and location recordings, there is an organic undercurrent on Scuba Death recordings that isn't as prevalent in his solo work. This music is rich in atmosphere while still tethered to the deeper ideas that Donoso often explores in his work. Treatises on fear and death-anxiety, the underlining thematic framework for the project, run rampant throughout these claustrophobic electronic passages, and teeter on the edge of being oppressive. Nitrogen Narcosis marks the first full length and strongest statement in the Scuba Death repertoire after the privately issued, ruthless Demon Seed twelve inch back in 2011. The album alternates between surprising lethargic dance inflections all nestled between 75 & 100 bpm, the normal
The depth at which nitrogen narcosis is most noticed is 30+ metres (98+ feet). Nitrogen narcosis can occur in shallower dives too
We arrive at the first bay and find the patient unresponsive. The patients spouse is at the bedside. She tells the staff that they were on there way to the doctors office for a follow up appointment for his new onset diabetes when he lost consciousness. The staff immediately begin to check vitals. In the meantime, a nurse checks the patients blood sugar. A few seconds pass by and the meter displays a blood sugar of 4 mg/dL (normal , 70 mg/dL)! Our patient is in a diabetic coma! We need to increase the patients blood sugar immediately by adminstering dextrose 50% in water intravenously. The pharmacist reaches for the advanced life support or ALS kit and takes out two blue bloxes labeled dextrose 50%. We open the box and assemble the first syringe. We hand it to the nurse for adminstration. 50% dextrose - one syringe going in, she says. We wait a few seconds. The patient still remains unconscious. The medical resident immediately orders another 50% dextrose syringe. By now we have already ...
Editors note: Love this one - esp. the paragraph in bold. A few months ago I began telling my mate the 5th Dimension is just the next step in our ongoing journey of Experiencing. ***. 9/2/2017. Lisa Transcendence Brown. Its not only do-able, its already been done. It will not be an easy task, as you will have to work through every aspect of yourself that is not your Ascended Aspect of Christed Consciousness, God-Source-Creator Consciousness, Purity-Love Consciousness, to resolve and finally decide that the ONLY REALity you are willing to allow/create/participate in is NEW EARTH NOW.. This is about your EXPERIENCE, how you treat each other, how much you truly care, how much you keep perpetuating the old through your own separation-needs-beliefs and how much you RECOGNIZE the external reality as REFLECTING BACK TO YOU a multiple-dimensional EXPERIENCE, to show you what you still hold inside of you, your own consciousness or unconsciousness…. You WILL have to choose (Choice Point), in every ...
One can be aware of ones real body while asleep and dreaming. In the experience I related of a second right hand I had clearly fallen asleep and dreamed that astral hand, even though I had not lost consciousness while falling asleep I became lucid only when I felt that dream hand and really woke myself up. Doing WILDS Im normally aware of my real body and what is happening in the real world more or less at least until the onset of REM dreams and often even then. One sees hypnagogia almost every time one falls asleep whether or not one is aware of it, e.g. I fell asleep while sitting up with my headphones on completely losing consciousness, as my head fell back the headsets fell off waking me up - I had seen a every beautiful Wildlife Hypnagogic image as I woke up ...
If health problems occur or if you suspect that your health may have been affected, contact your physician and give the information stated on this safety data sheet. It is necessary to keep the vital functions going until a physician arrives (i.e. check heartbeat, ensure artificial respiration, heart massage). If the affected person has lost consciousness or if you believe that he/she may lose consciousness, transport the person to a healthcare provider in a stabilised position, lying on his/her side. In the case of first degree burns (painful red spots) and second degree burns (painful blisters), cool the affected locations with a stream of cold water. In the case of third degree burns (black spots, crumbling pale skin, usually painless), do not cool the affected place, but cover it with a clean piece of cloth. The affected person must not lose body heat ...
Is the average person at risk for such an injury? Are not traumatic brain injuries something that happens infrequently? Unfortunately, such injuries are not uncommon. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveals that about 1.7 million Americans suffer severe brain injuries every year, and it labels traumatic brain injury a contributing factor in more than 30% of the deaths that result from accidents in the U.S. The CDC reports that more than a quarter of a million people a year need to be hospitalized because of brain injuries. Sadly, about 52,000 people will die from those injures.. Thanks to medical shows on television, most Americans have heard the term mild concussion. Indeed, brain injuries can be mild, resulting in a brief period of unconsciousness or other temporary change in mental status. But more severe injuries can have devastating consequences, causing changes in an individuals ability to think, to remember, and to use reasoning capabilities. Further, traumatic ...
I am now interested in studying the brain activity associated with anesthetics to broaden my understanding of brain states that exhibit altered consciousness. In fact, the brain shares similar electrophysiological activity during sleep with some anesthetic transitions. With anesthetics, though one is able to compare how different anesthetic agents interact with different neuromodulatory systems to cause similar behavior outcomes (i.e. sedation and unconsciousness). My current project is to explore and evaluate different computational approaches to quantifying anesthetic depth using electroencephalography. A thorough characterization of the brain activity associated with loss of consciousness during anesthesia is of critical importance to better monitor patients undergoing anesthesia. I am excited by this new opportunity to meld my previous expertise in systems neuroscience electrophysiology with clinical and translational work. It has been a long-term aspiration of mine to do research that will ...
In 2001, 60-year-old Lesley was driving home from a doctors appointment when she suddenly began experiencing severe pains in her head and started to feel very unwell. Lesley had suffered a subarachnoid haemorrhage from a brain aneurysm, which is a weakness in the wall of an artery which then swells up and bursts, haemorrhaging into the brain. That weakness could have been there since birth and the aneurysm could have happened at any time.. Seriously ill, Lesley was rushed to the local major trauma centre where she lost consciousness and had to be resuscitated, then endured surgery and an induced coma with just 30 per cent chance of surviving that operation.. When I came round there were just twitches and flickers on my left arm and leg, says Lesley. I vaguely remember people talking to me, asking me things like can you move your little finger? The right side of my body was perfectly okay but on my left side I could only squidge up my big toe. Nothing was real. I dont think there was any ...
A 45 year old white female rising from her seat to give a lecture at the Philadelphia Convention Center suddenly collapsed and lost consciousness. An automated external defibrillator device, on hand at the conference, demonstrated her rhythm to be in ventricular fibrillation. She was subsequently defibrillated and intubated in the field yet was unresponsive on arrival. Her husband related that his wifes past medical history was significant for hypothyroidism and a questionable diagnosis of lupus. Her medications included levothyroxine and Pycnogenal, a popular herbal supplement. She had no known drug allergies. The patient had no known tobacco, alcohol, or illicit drug abuse and works as an employee of federal government.
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Remember that a very fast rotation can be extremely violent and ultimately lead to your unconsciousness. Get your feet out of ... Remember that a very fast rotation can ultimately lead to your unconsciousness. Pulling in the C risers, if you have enough ...
The microchip is also a receiver, capable of paralysis-disablement (and/or unconsciousness?). The generator is a transmission ...
It is our choice to continue to experience suffering and unconsciousness in this life.. But, this is a choice. Those who choose ... It is our choice to continue to experience suffering and unconsciousness in this life.. But, this is a choice. Those who choose ...
Dyatlov pulled himself out of blissful unconsciousness and into painful awareness with a jolt. Whatever that had been - that ...
The play of duality is it the play of Life? I suggest it is truly the play of unconsciousness, forces unseen, rather than the ... The play of duality is it the play of Life? I suggest it is truly the play of unconsciousness, forces unseen, rather than the ...
Separation is illusion and leads to suffering, unconsciousness and the state of affairs we currently find ourselves in.. Free ...
As his head is battered against the ground and he is mere moments away from unconsciousness, to his great fortune, a retired ... As his head is battered against the ground and he is mere moments away from unconsciousness, to his great fortune, a retired ...
As his head is battered against the ground and he is mere moments away from unconsciousness, to his great fortune, a retired ... As his head is battered against the ground and he is mere moments away from unconsciousness, to his great fortune, a retired ...
As his head is battered against the ground and he is mere moments away from unconsciousness, to his great fortune, a retired ... As his head is battered against the ground and he is mere moments away from unconsciousness, to his great fortune, a retired ...
You say above -hp (not in danger of dying), I would say above 0hp (stable vitals, not in danger of unconsciousness if they stub ...
... or even the tables on their own may have easy borders of light orange or one thing close to that to goad our unconsciousness ...
The Communications Division receives, processes and disseminates Public Safety and Criminal Justice information for the benefit of the Oregon County Sheriffs Office and the citizens of Oregon County. We have the additional goal of providing continual planning, organizations that support the overall operations of the Oregon County Sheriffs Office and its personnel. It is our vision to achieve all of our goals in a manner which is reflective of the high standards of the Oregon County Sheriffs Office. We will make every effort to meet these goals with the greatest level of efficiency and professionalism, as expected by the community which we serve.. Call volume to the Communications Division is growing tremendously each year in Oregon County. Our mission is to maintain the communication during the worst conditions, situations, and environments in a timely manner; to work together within all departments and agencies.. What is an emergency? ...
На данной странице предоставлен треклист (список песен) с альбома NOFX - So Long And Thanks For All The Shoes. Для некоторых песен также предоставлены ссылки на текст песни или видео.. Значек "play" перед названием песни дает возможность найти mp3 и прослушать любую песню с альбома So Long And Thanks For All The Shoes NOFX ...
Ascended consciousness vs Ascended unconsciousness. Which group is smarter or more competent?. Who would win in a fight / war? ...
the near-unconsciousness of possible meanings -. Kristen Lamb. Author, Blogger, Social Media Jedi ...
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The sentence not only derives its meaning from the words: the words derive their meaning from the sentence, and the relationship between page and sentence, whole work and page, is no different...the embracing and the embraced develop their meaning mutually out of each other, and the structure of a page of good prose is, analyzed…
the near-unconsciousness of possible meanings -. Kristen Lamb. Author, Blogger, Social Media Jedi ...
To the rhythm of my unconsciousness. To the rhythm that yearns. To be released from control. I was punching in the numbers. At ...
the near-unconsciousness of possible meanings -. Kristen Lamb. Author, Blogger, Social Media Jedi ...
1 post published by NW Filbert on August 12, 2015
Posts about soul written by Maria a.k.a. Bess/Ishaiya
the near-unconsciousness of possible meanings -. Kristen Lamb. Author, Blogger, Social Media Jedi ...
Embraced in the arms of unconsciousness.. Cause I thought it would be easier,. I thought it would be easier,. I thought it ...
Always too late. This is the message of disaster. We are too late to the scene, and undone.. Even thinking and emotion. Even love, cant keep pace with disaster, with entropy, with chaos.. Death always outruns us. World and chance incessantly out-maneuver. We are small. Very small. Infinitessimal, as it were, in our finitude.. Thus begins our own story of destruction: we are born. Perhaps conceived (of). Perhaps even further back, before developing. Prior to evolution. The brokenness. The cracks. The destitution.. Arising of accidents. Formed of the fractures. We become.. In other words - doomed from the start. Our ends preceding beginnings - the beginning began at the end.. At the point of exist - our last chapter.". This would be Alias, grieving his friend, in two colors. The living, the dead, the to and the from.. Laramie dies, and is absent (if memory serves).. Alias keeps after his death - loving Lucy, and children, performing labor and sin and its necessary too much - in his office with ...
Next comes high fever, then unconsciousness. I couldnt unsee that post, though I tried. ...
  • Following the administration of a bolus dose of ketamine to induce unconsciousness, we observed a "gamma burst" EEG pattern that consisted of alternating slow-delta (0.1-4Hz) and gamma (∼27-40Hz) oscillations. (nih.gov)
  • The group says the drug used to induce unconsciousness can wear off before the prisoner's heart stops, causing extreme physical and mental strain. (bbc.co.uk)
  • Limp posture and a brief period of unconsciousness are features of akinetic seizures. (reach4thetop.org)
  • We welcome research articles that synthesize the state-of-the-art knowledge about the transitions between consciousness and unconsciousness. (frontiersin.org)
  • consciousness or unconsciousness? (sciencechatforum.com)
  • Re: consciousness or unconsciousness? (sciencechatforum.com)
  • I've had some further thoughts about why we always seem to finish up nowhere when we talk about consciousness/unconsciousness. (sciencechatforum.com)
  • Unconsciousness is a level of consciousness when the person does not respond to voice commands or physical touch. (tampa.gov)
  • 2. His final view was that certain actions of the divine substance are during consciousness gifted with knowledge of themselves as active centres, but during unconsciousness are non-existent. (reach4thetop.org)
  • It is his total unconsciousness of the shadow and the illusory orientation of consciousness that accompanies this kind of unawareness which is the decisive - and often enough, the fatally decisive - factor. (outlawpsych.com)
  • lack of consciousness ==Overview== '''Unconsciousness''' is a dramatic alteration of mental state that involves complete or near-complete lack of responsiveness to people and other environmental stimuli. (wikidoc.org)
  • Regaining Unconsciousness is an EP by NOFX, released prior to the release of The War on Errorism. (wikipedia.org)
  • Regaining Unconsciousness was the name of a song that appeared on The War on Errorism, although that song did not appear on this EP. (wikipedia.org)
  • I took my dad to the ER last night his symptoms were yellow jacket bee stings severe stomach pain vomiting and shallow breathing and almost unconsciousness at times. (healthcaremagic.com)
  • for 5sec only am feeling unconsciousness but not unconscious. (healthcaremagic.com)
  • In order to optimize care of unconscious patients at home, SRCF has a comprehensive approach which involves finding the cause of unconsciousness (medical records, interaction with family, consulting doctor etc.), formulating a care plan in collaboration with the patient's consulting physician, through our team of Nurses, Medical Assistants, Physiotherapists, Dietician etc. (src.foundation)
  • Because, the exaggeration and aggressive attitude (in management) of the attending physician will not make the Unconscious patient (truly) be conscious one, unless the unconsciousness is due to hypoglycaemia! (platform-med.org)
  • Unconsciousness due to deficiency of blood - sometimes the body is suffered from blood deficiency due to over worry, fear, shock, hard work or getting hurt, etc. due to it, the person does not become unconscious, but his/her heartbeats become slow. (jkhealthworld.com)
  • Now in a stunning February, 2019 Association of Anaesthetists article titled "Legal and ethical implications of defining an optimum means of achieving unconsciousness in assisted dying" , a group of international doctors explore the difficulty in ensuring unconsciousness to death in lethal injection capital punishment and assisted suicide/euthanasia. (nancyvalko.com)
  • If he/she feels difficulty in breathing or you find any sign of unconsciousness, give him/her artificial breathe immediately. (jkhealthworld.com)
  • A traumatic brain injury's direct effects, which may be long-lasting or even permanent , can include unconsciousness, inability to recall the traumatic event, confusion, difficulty learning and remembering new information, trouble speaking coherently, unsteadiness, lack of coordination and problems with vision or hearing. (alz.org)
  • Overdoses of narcotics can cause drowsiness, unconsciousness, and even death because these drugs suppress respiration. (reach4thetop.org)
  • Unconsciousness or any other sudden change in mental status must be treated as a medical emergency. (medlineplus.gov)
  • While this is generally less serious than prolonged unconsciousness, it does not imply a harmless condition and should be medically evaluated.Statistically, the most common cause of sudden unconsciousness is a seizure. (tampa.gov)
  • Cyanotic defects: cyanosis-sudden rapid breathing or unconsciousness, and shortness of breath and fainting during exercise. (reach4thetop.org)
  • Unconsciousness in a sentence 31) The clinical manifestation comprised the sudden vertigo or unconsciousness with disturbance of eyeballs, abnormality of pupils, dyskinesia, hemianopsia and chagnes in behavior are often seen. (reach4thetop.org)
  • Brief unconsciousness (or fainting ) is often a result from dehydration, low blood sugar , or temporary low blood pressure. (medlineplus.gov)
  • Fainting implies a brief state of unconsciousness lasting a short period. (tampa.gov)
  • However, the US Supreme Court rejected this argument in 2008, "concluding that the anaesthetic doses used reliably achieved unconsciousness without any need to check that this was the case. (nancyvalko.com)
  • A newly developed artificial intelligence algorithm can accurately and reliably assess unconsciousness in patients under anesthesia based on brain activity. (involuntarydecision.com)
  • Stream of Unconsciousness," or SOU, for the sake of brevity. (dantemag.com)
  • Despite its title, the Stream of Unconsciousness festival was a distinctly self-conscious affair. (dantemag.com)
  • Electroencephalogram signatures of ketamine anesthesia-induced unconsciousness. (nih.gov)
  • However, neural circuit mechanisms to explain ketamine anesthesia-induced unconsciousness in humans are yet to be clearly defined. (nih.gov)
  • Therefore, we investigated whether there is an electroencephalogram (EEG) signature specific for ketamine anesthesia-induced unconsciousness. (nih.gov)
  • Ketamine anesthesia-induced unconsciousness is associated with a gamma burst EEG pattern. (nih.gov)
  • The EEG signature of ketamine anesthesia-induced unconsciousness may offer new insights into NMDA circuit mechanisms for unconsciousness. (nih.gov)
  • Significance: These observations are consistent with the notion that GABA [subscript A] circuit-level mechanisms are associated with MDDE anesthesia-induced unconsciousness. (mit.edu)
  • With many of the authors being anesthesiologists themselves, they used the most recent research into "accidental awareness" during anesthesia to try to find an "optimal means" that could better achieve unconsciousness. (nancyvalko.com)
  • The findings suggest that in infants, as in adults, anesthesia-induced unconsciousness is driven by dramatic synchronization changes. (researchsquare.com)
  • The mechanisms by which general anaesthetics cause unconsciousness are only partially understood (Campagna, Miller et al. (scholarpedia.org)
  • For help looking into your child's treatment and filing a medical malpractice lawsuit, call the Miami attorney for infant unconsciousness and birth complications at The Law Offices of Prosper Shaked. (prosperlaw.com)
  • And with the help of all these parameters an evaluation was done to find out the importance of history of unconsciousness on risk of intracranial complications . (bvsalud.org)
  • Similarly history of unconsciousness was not found to be correlating well with risk of intracranial complications but longer duration of unconsciousness was found to be a poor prognostic index. (bvsalud.org)
  • They "expected that, since a common humane aim is to achieve unconsciousness at the point of death, which then occurs rapidly without pain or distress, there might be a single technique being used. (nancyvalko.com)
  • Although the finding of spontaneous, non-random network activity during unconsciousness appears to be robust across different functional regions of the brain, it has yet to be unequivocally confirmed whether this phenomenon is a conserved feature of complex neural systems that generalizes to the spinal cord. (elifesciences.org)
  • Unconsciousness is an interruption of normal brain activity. (firstaid.ph)
  • In this hypothesis, the human brain strays from the regular transition into unconsciousness combined with physical paralysis into sleep and then into deep REM sleep. (reach4thetop.org)
  • Many injuries that lead to unconsciousness or a vegetative state involve serious brain injuries. (prosperlaw.com)
  • Unconsciousness is caused by illness, injury or emotional shock. (healthy.net)
  • however, the period of exposure for inducing unconsciousness may be longer in N(2)/CO(2) gas mixtures, and the signs of recovery appear earlier, compared to CO(2). (nih.gov)
  • Moral Bath of Bodily Unconsciousness': Female Nudism, Bodily Exposure and the Gaze. (reach4thetop.org)
  • Choking on an object can result in unconsciousness as well. (medlineplus.gov)
  • Unconsciousness is a state which occurs when the ability to maintain an awareness of self and environment is lost. (wikipedia.org)
  • In jurisprudence, unconsciousness may entitle the criminal defendant to the defense of automatism, i.e. a state uncontrollably of one's own actions, an excusing condition that allows a defendant to argue that they should not be held criminally liable for their actions or omissions. (wikipedia.org)
  • Unconsciousness is the state in which a person is unable to respond to stimuli and appears to be asleep. (healthline.com)
  • the state of not being awake and not aware of things around you, especially as the result of a head injury: She drifted into unconsciousness. (reach4thetop.org)
  • It is not a state of unconsciousness in which a subject loses control of his or her own free will. (reach4thetop.org)
  • The unease of ordinary unconsciousness turns into the pain of deep unconsciousness -- a state of more acute and more obvious or suffering or unhappiness -- when things 'go wrong,' when the ego is threatened or there is a major challenge. (blogspot.com)
  • Unconsciousness can be caused by nearly any major illness or injury. (medlineplus.gov)
  • It may become difficult to breathe, resulting in unconsciousness. (reach4thetop.org)
  • When we live unaware of this human tendency to vague anxiety, it devolves into deep unconsciousness, described in the quote that begins this post. (blogspot.com)
  • The observed activity is consistent with the hypothesis that salient, experience-dependent patterns of neural transmission introduced during behavior or by injury/disease are reactivated during unconsciousness. (elifesciences.org)
  • Did the person show these signs of an insulin reaction or low blood sugar before unconsciousness? (healthy.net)
  • Two death row prisoners even petitioned the US Supreme Court to consider a requirement for a physician to confirm unconsciousness before the lethal drugs are given. (nancyvalko.com)
  • Recently I read an article on surviving an edged weapons attacks, where the writer spoke specific to knife wounds as they related to unconsciousness and death. (sofrep.com)
  • Based upon the above noted Fairburn data, I began my literary review of the martial art/self-protection/ combatives academia, specific to unconsciousness and death specific to knife wounds and what I found was very surprising if not troublesome. (sofrep.com)
  • After reading the above noted martial art, self-protection, and combatives academia, and being less than impressed with their reported data specific to unconsciousness and death as it relates to knife wounds, I too decided to connect with the medical professionals. (sofrep.com)
  • Because, unconsciousness is second to death to most of them! (platform-med.org)
  • It is also not readily apparent whether structured activity at the single-unit level actually persists in spinal networks during unconsciousness in the absence of evoked neural transmission. (elifesciences.org)
  • An intriguing possibility is that it plays a role in adaptive or maladaptive neural plasticity through a form of reactivation and synaptic stabilization during unconsciousness. (elifesciences.org)
  • Here, we record spike trains from large populations of spinal interneurons in vivo in rats and demonstrate that spontaneous functional connectivity also links sensory- and motor-dominant regions during unconsciousness. (elifesciences.org)
  • Given the critical role played by the spinal cord in sensorimotor integration (broadly) and reflexes (specifically), we reasoned that spontaneous functional connectivity between neurons in sensory-dominant and motor-dominant regions of the gray matter would be a precondition for functional network activity during unconsciousness, regardless of its function. (elifesciences.org)
  • Unconsciousness is when a person is unable to respond to people and activities. (medlineplus.gov)
  • When the body of a person is become motionless due to any accident means his breathing is going, but his eyes are closed and no any type of movement is found in his body, this condition is called unconsciousness. (jkhealthworld.com)
  • Unconsciousness can be caused by a range of injuries and medical conditions as well as by number of different drugs. (firstaid.ph)