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to stop the breathing of

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The aim of this study was to evaluate asphyxiated neonates for possible occurrence of cardiovascular disorders.
This study was done to find out the risk factors and short-term outcome of birth asphyxiated babies and there were limited studies in north eastern region and there was no published data from Assam.
Two other crew members followed the Syrian in the same area at a lower deck and they were also asphyxiated.
Regarding the definition according to American College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and the American Academy of Paediatrics, a neonate is labeled to be asphyxiated if the following conditions are fulfilled: (1) Umbilical cord arterial pH (less then) 7; (2) Apgar score of 0 to 3 for longer than 5 minutes; (3) Neurological manifestations (e.
Some people who were partially asphyxiated survived, some did not.
It is thought Harry, three, and Elise, two, pictured, had been asphyxiated.
The youngster, who is receiving treatment in the hospital's Intensive Care Unit, was asphyxiated for at least 15 minutes when he ingested smoke from the blaze that broke out in his home while he slept.
WHEN 25-year-old Shaun Mason is found asphyxiated in a hotel room, Stark and his team investigate.
He was resuscitated after birth and tests later showed that he had been asphyxiated.
Vancouver -- Robert Latimer is the Saskatchewan farmer who asphyxiated his 12-year-old daughter Tracy 15 years ago, because of her physical disabilities.
He said Miss Adams, the first victim to be found, may have been asphyxiated by someone putting an arm-lock around her neck.
Anneli Alderton was asphyxiated and Paula Clennell died from compression of the neck, Dr Dean said.
Taking and giving shots, the camera appears in Tulsa as both gun and hypodermic needle (by extension, pen and penis)--and thus the book becomes as much a portrait manque of Clark as an autoerotically asphyxiated implication of its own production.
I was ecstatic to discover I was only one Friendster connection away from Jake (under his real name), and I nearly asphyxiated when I found his hookup JPEG on Connexion.
Because activin A is a growth factor produced in the central nervous system (CNS) (5, 6), mainly after brain injury to modulate neuronal survival against toxicity (7-14), in the present study we investigated whether its concentrations in cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) collected from asphyxiated full-term newborns were higher in those developing HIE and whether this measurement could be useful for the early detection of postasphyxia HIE.