paralytic


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Related to paralytic: paralytic stroke, Paralytic shellfish poisoning, paralytic ileus, paralytic poliomyelitis
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Synonyms for paralytic

Synonyms for paralytic

a person suffering from paralysis

relating to or of the nature of paralysis

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affected with paralysis

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tamarense, PSP outbreaks have occurred relating to high concentrations of paralytic shellfish toxins (PST) in shellfish tissues.
As we reflect on the experiences of the Israelites and the unnamed paralytic at Capernaum, we might also turn our attention inward to consider our own experiences of forgiveness and the resulting joy we knew.
Paralytic shellfish toxins cannot be destroyed by cooking.
In paralytic polio, about 50% of patients recover with no residual paralysis, about 25% are left with mild disabilities, and the remaining patients have severe permanent disability.
Many see getting paralytic as a rite of passage but it is not.
For, as long as the images kids see of relatives and those on TV getting paralytic remain acceptable, nothing will ever change.
Too many so-called celebrities seem to think that fame means taking lots of drugs, being utterly boorish and self-obsessed, getting thrown out of nightclubs for being paralytic, being unfaithful, thumping people outside burger joints late at night and stealing from handbags belonging to waitresses.
We describe a case of iatrogenic hypermagnesaemia without renal dysfunction in whom paralytic ileus developed together with cardiac and neurological symptoms, after oral ingestion of magnesium-containing antacid and laxatives.
The toxins, known as paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) toxins, can cause numbness and drowsiness, loss of consciousness and respiratory failure.
The cocktail includes the barbiturate sodium thiopental, the paralytic pancuronium bromide, and potassium chloride to stop the heart.
The Scottish Shellfish Marketing Group (SSMG) undertook the recall, after its own testing found levels of Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) toxins above the legal limit.
Explain that you're worried about her health, her job and the fact that she puts herself in danger when she is paralytic.
Additional labeling changes address safety issues related to paralytic ileus, hypercholesterolemia, and pharmacokinetic interaction with citalopram (Celexa).