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a condition in which insufficient or no oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged on a ventilatory basis

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Conclusion: In cases of femicide, asphyxial deaths were the most common reasons followed by firearms, sharp or blunt weapon injuries and burns.
Measurements of umbilical cord blood gas values can help clinicians determine if infant compromise resulted from an asphyxial event--and, if so, whether this event was acute, prolonged, or occurred before presentation in labor.
Effect of_valproic acid_on survival and neurologic outcomes in an asphyxial cardiac arrest model of rats.
Whole body hypothermia for the treatment of perinatal asphyxial encephalopathy: a randomised controlled trial.
Selection of reference genes for quantitative real-time PCR in a rat asphyxial cardiac arrest model.
In the study by Grmec et al the pre-hospital PetCO2 levels of 44 asphyxial cardiac arrest patients (in PEA or asystole) and 141 primary cardiac arrest patients (in VF or pulseless VT) were compared.
A comparison of the combination of epinephrine and vasopressin with lipid emulsion in a porcine model of asphyxial cardiac arrest after intravenous injection of bupivacaine.
Kinney asserted that the abnormality prevents the brainstem from responding to the asphyxial challenge and waking.
But for a presumed victim of drowning or other likely asphyxial arrest, the priority would be to provide about 5 cycles (about 2 minutes) of conventional CPR (including rescue breathing) before activating the emergency response system18.
Hypoxic preconditioning attenuates global cerebral ischemic injury following asphyxial cardiac arrest through regulation of delta opioid receptor system.
Asphyxial death caused by a laryngeal schwannoma: A case report.
Injury of the developing cerebellum: A brief review of the effect of endotoxin and asphyxial challengen in the late gestation sheep fetus, Cerebellum, 3: 1-10.