cardiac arrest

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  • noun

Synonyms for cardiac arrest

absence of systole

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Benitez, who was with his new club in Qatar, had a severe stomach pain, which was why he was rushed to a hospital, where after a few hours suffered he suffered a cardiorespiratory arrest, which ended his life.
Blumgart testified that the day before the patient died, he received a phone call telling him that the patient collapsed and went into cardiorespiratory arrest on Sunday, December 4th.
This issue can result in undetected epidural catheter malposition in the subarachnoid space or a vein, with the danger of total spinal block, convulsions or delayed cardiorespiratory arrest due to opioid overdosage(5,6).
But he added: "He died of cardiorespiratory arrest following illicit use of drugs.
His death certificate listed causes of death as cardiorespiratory arrest, previous cerebrovascular accident, aspiration of a piece of meat and cardiac arrthythmia.
The cause of death was given as brain damage was given as brain damage and cardiorespiratory arrest.
Finally, James went into cardiorespiratory arrest and died.
Catastrophic events leading to cardiorespiratory arrest may necessitate the resuscitation of pregnant women not only in labor and delivery suites, but also in other hospital locations," Dr.
Early on postoperative day 3, he suddenly developed cardiorespiratory arrest with an initial rhythm of asystole.
Before he could be transferred to the intensive care unit, he underwent cardiorespiratory arrest, and aggressive resuscitation attempts were not successful.
An important change in the law is the extension of the donor pool to include people who die of sudden cardiorespiratory arrest or asystole.
Noting that her death certificate listed cardiorespiratory arrest, pneumonia, marasmus (progressive emaciation caused by lack of food), and congenital myotonic dystrophy, he said, ``Each one of them by itself is able to cause her death.
He has experienced three seizures, and went through a cardiorespiratory arrest when he was 2 years old.
The most common reactions to DEET poisoning are nausea, brain swelling, cardiorespiratory arrest, scarring skin rashes, muscle cramps, seizures, irritability, and lethargy.