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*  Transepidermal water loss
Insensible loss of body water can threaten fluid balance; in humans, substantial dehydration sometimes occurs before a person ... Transepidermal water loss (TEWL or TWL) is the loss of water that passes from inside a body (animal or plant) through the ... and total water loss (TWL), which in its physiologic sense is a superset of transepidermal water loss, because it also includes ... TEWL in mammals is also known as insensible water loss (IWL), as it is a process over which organisms have little physiologic ...
*  Dehydration
... sensible loss such as osmotic diuresis, sweating, vomiting and diarrhea, and insensible water loss, occurring mainly through ... Dehydration contributes to morbidity in the elderly especially during conditions that promote insensible free water losses such ... It occurs when free water loss exceeds free water intake, usually due to exercise, disease, or high environmental temperature. ... blunted response to thirst and/or inadequate ability to access free water in the face of excess free water losses (especially ...
*  List of MeSH codes (G07)
... water-electrolyte balance MeSH G07.621.888.500 --- kallikrein-kinin system MeSH G07.621.888.750 --- water loss, insensible. ... weight loss MeSH G07.574.249.314.120.300 --- fetal weight MeSH G07.574.249.314.120.699 --- overweight MeSH G07.574.249.314. ...
*  List of MeSH codes (G06)
... water loss, insensible MeSH G06.535.023.500 --- intestinal absorption MeSH G06.535.023.750 --- skin absorption MeSH G06.535. ...
*  Fluid balance
Some sources say insensible losses account for 500 to 650 ml/day (0.5 to 0.6 qt.) of water in adults, while other sources put ... However, inorganic minerals generally enter surface water and ground water via storm water runoff or through the Earth's crust ... Essentials of Human Physiology 3.2 Insensible Water Loss Physiology: 7/7ch08/7ch08p32 - Essentials of Human Physiology M.J. ... These are termed "insensible fluid losses" as they cannot be easily measured. ...
*  Body water
... the value rarely approximates the actual amount of free water required to correct a deficit due to insensible losses, urinary ... The loss of the body water component of body fluid is specifically termed dehydration. Sodium loss approximately correlates ... The usual way of adding water to a body is by drinking. Water also enters the body with foods, especially those rich in water, ... The percentages of body water contained in various fluid compartments add up to total body water (TBW). This water makes up a ...
*  Fish slaughter
Also called live chilling, this method involves putting fish in baths of ice water, where they chill and eventually die of ... One Dutch study found that it took 55-250 minutes for various species of fish to become insensible during asphyxiation. Fish ... If electrical parameters are not optimized, electrical stunning may produce immobility without loss of consciousness, which is ... Most often applied for salmon and trout, CO2 narcosis involves filling the fish water with CO2 to produce acidic pH, which ...
*  Contemplations (poem)
29 Man at the best a creature frail and vain, In knowledge ignorant, in strength but weak, Subject to sorrows, losses, sickness ... thy drink the water cleer, Reminds not what is past, nor whats to come dost fear. 28 The dawning morn with songs thou dost ... insensible of time, Nor age nor wrinkle on their front are seen; If winter come, and greenness then do fade, A Spring returns, ... Nor all his losses, crosses and vexation, In weight, in frequency and long duration Can make him deeply groan for that divine ...
*  Pat Chappelle
Others who had escaped from the car unharmed still had to handle the loss of their clothes and other belongings, as well as the ... "Knockout Drops for Troops: Over 18 Men Picked Up Insensible in Jacksonville-A Saloon Keeper Roughly Handled". New York Times, p ... or at least water for a "bucket brigade." In 1909, Chappelle sued the Mobile and Ohio Railroad which overcharged for the ... "completely insensible, seemingly lifeless" and left other "almost screaming with pain and writhing in convulsions." Pat ...
*  Samuel Archer King
... were at a loss to account for his strange descent from the clouds. In February 1870, he ascended from Augusta, Georgia, and ... the car twice struck the surface of the water. King reached the land, and then began a voyage that finally ended on the top of ... but in descending was dashed to the earth and rendered insensible. During 1856-57 he made ascensions from Providence, Rhode ... after descending until the drag rope trailed through the water, a yacht was met with and the rope tied to its mast. The balloon ...
*  Humphry Davy
Incidents such as the Felling mine disaster of 1812 near Newcastle, in which 92 men were killed, not only caused great loss of ... Bases were substances that reacted with acids to form salts and water. These definitions worked well for most of the nineteenth ... it did not leave him insensible to the claims on his knowledge of the "cause of humanity", to use a phrase often employed by ... However, the copper bottoms were gradually corroded by exposure to the salt water. Between 1820-25, Davy, assisted by Michael ...
*  Humane Slaughter Act
The most notable of these requirements is the need to have an animal completely sedated and insensible to pain. This is to ... require much less current to be efficiently sedated and are given a run under electrically charged water. To ensure that these ... the Islamic and Jewish faith or any other religious faith that prescribes a method of slaughter whereby the animal suffers loss ... No religion is exempt and all animals due to be slaughtered must be rendered insensible before hand. Many religions find these ...
*  James Renforth
His loss to us at that most critical time was irreparable, for from his death may be dated the decline of English sculling" ... Renforth (who was quite insensible when he was landed) was then carried from the boat on the arms of his mates, put into a ... John, who had now arrived, made a careful examination of our patient, and ordered him a little brandy and water, and directed ... Everything was in readiness, both crews dashed their oars into the water at the same moment, and, amidst the hushed suspense of ...
*  Dhabihah
Water-bath Stun - for poultry only - where birds are dragged through water with an electric stunner within. Stated that ... A quick loss of blood pressure and the brain is instantaneously starved of blood and there is no time to start feeling any pain ... While this is an acceptable method, the Egyptian Fatwaa Committee has agreed that an animal can be rendered insensible to pain ... "Occlusions slow blood loss from the carotids and delay the decline in blood pressure that prevents the suffering brain from ...
*  List of demons in the Ars Goetia
... water demons'. Gaap teaches Philosophy and all liberal sciences, can cause love or hate and make men insensible and invisible, ... He also restores lost dignities and honors, although to Johann Weyer he procures the loss of them. Naberius appears as a three- ... He can also warm bodies of water, create the illusion of the sound of rushing waters, and reveal the location of natural baths ... He makes men wise by instructing them in every subject, transmutes all metals into gold, and changes wine into water and water ...
*  Dixon Bridge Disaster
Similar psychological injuries were reported by the Dixon Sun: "Kittie Dally was "insensible from strangulation in the water. ... These numbers total 47, but since the names of each church's losses are not identified, two churches may have claimed the same ... A 68' span on the bridge's east side fell into 4' of water. The number of deaths vary from none to 2-3, but 30 to 40 were ... As she and the minister waded out into the water, the choir began to sing. Some said that they felt the bridge vibrate, and ...
*  Metabolism
Finally, the acetyl group on the CoA is oxidised to water and carbon dioxide in the citric acid cycle and electron transport ... He found that most of the food he took in was lost through what he called "insensible perspiration". In these early studies, ... As well as the evolution of new metabolic pathways, evolution can also cause the loss of metabolic functions. For example, in ... This system of enzymes acts in three stages to firstly oxidize the xenobiotic (phase I) and then conjugate water-soluble groups ...
*  Great fire of Newcastle and Gateshead
The estimated loss, calculated some months after the event, and taking account of foregone rents, was not less than £500,000. ... And whilst the report of the explosion travelled so far, people on the scene were insensible of it. They describe themselves as ... However no satisfactory mechanism was advanced for the sudden ingress of such an amount of water, amounting to a couple of tons ... The scale of injury and loss of life was smaller than might be imagined from such an infernal night. Some 53 people were ...
*  Shechita
The animal's blood may not be collected in a bowl, a pit, or a body of water, as these resemble ancient forms of idol worship. ... Therefore the procedure may not be adequate to cause rapid loss of consciousness in cattle. If one did not sever the entirety ... According to FAWC it can take up to two minutes after the incision for cattle to become insensible. Compassion in World Farming ... Temple Grandin-a leading designer of animal handling systems-gives various research times for loss of consciousness via Kosher ...
*  Washington Harrison Donaldson
On the first occasion he was carried out or Lake Michigan and dragged more than a mile through the water, bringing up against a ... Night came on, and, with the cooling gas and natural loss of buoyancy, the luckless aeronauts doubtless came down upon the lake ... stone pier finally with such violence as to render him insensible. On 17 May 1873, he ascended from Reading, Pa., in a balloon ... They expected to have an experience over Lake Erie, but after a sail of twenty miles (32 km) or more over the water they ...
*  Book of Mormon chronology
Alma is insensible for two days but awakens to tell of his conversion. Alma the Younger and the sons of Mosiah thenceforward ... Storms arise, their compass ceases to work and they are "driven back upon the waters for the space of three days." On the ... There is a "tremendous battle" (Alma 28:2) with great losses on both sides. The Lamanites are defeated and there is peace for ... He baptizes them in the waters of Mormon. Alma organizes the "church of Christ" (Mosiah 18:17) and ordains priests and teachers ...
*  Little Tich
To compensate for the loss of his blackface act, Little Tich perfected his Big-Boot Dance instead and swapped from 10 to 28 ... It was around this period when Little Tich was inducted into the fledgling entertainers' fraternity, the Grand Order of Water ... and found him slumped and insensible in a chair. He was taken to hospital where doctors diagnosed a stroke. He became mute and ... 58-59 Findlater & Tich, p. 59 Findlater & Tich, p. 61 "Biography of a Water Rat". Findlater & Tich, p. 52 Findlater & Tich, p. ...
*  William Rosecrans
The weather had been hot, with a high of 94 °F (34 °C), and water was scarce, causing many men to nearly faint from their ... To threats of removal or the like I must be permitted to say that I am insensible." In late December, Rosecrans began his march ... The Union defense was formidable, and the attack was repulsed with heavy losses. Bragg withdrew his army to Tullahoma, ... Retrieved on 2008-02-11 William S. Rosecrans biography, concentrates on the Tullahoma Campaign and the loss at Chickamauga ...
*  Lost operas by Claudio Monteverdi
The loss of these works, written during a critical period of early opera history, has been much regretted by commentators and ... Initially she resists him, but when Ciane her protector is turned by Pluto into a spring of water, she is overcome. ... When he refuses and abandons her, Armida curses him before falling insensible. Carter indicates several structural similarities ... Carter cites as a significant aspect of their loss the degree to which they might have provided musical links between the ...
*  Frederick Russell Burnham
He purchased water rights and some 300 acres (1.2 km2) of land in this region and contacted an old friend from his time in ... "Pathetic Loss". The Western Times (17550). Exeter, England. October 4, 1905. "Personal". Illustrated London News (3273). London ... crept on his hands and knees to an empty animal enclosure to avoid capture and stayed there for two days and nights insensible ... His very survival was due only to the fact that he had been without food or water for three days. Burnham's injuries were so ...
*  Christian Science
... with one drop of that attenuation in a goblet of water, and a teaspoonful of the water administered at intervals of three hours ... She was taken up in an insensible condition and carried into the residence of S. M. Bubier, Esq., near by, where she was kindly ... which closed with heavy losses after 13 months. The church also publishes the weekly Christian Science Sentinel, the monthly ... Patterson, the authoress, who came last Friday, a week ago today, from Vail's Water Cure in Hill, N. H., where Melville, Fanny ...