asphyxia

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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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Narayan Reddy; Regional Injuries, Mechanical Asphyxia, Toxicology general consideration, Asphyxiants, in: The Essentials of Forensic Medicine& Toxicology; 27th Edition; K Suguna Devi, Hyderabad; 2008; 180, 208-256, 301-332, 440,555.
In the API's initial test plan for the Petroleum Gases Category, its Petroleum HPV Testing Group (PHTG) proposed separate acute mammalian, repeated dose, reproductive, and developmental toxicity tests on each of the individual gases ethane, butane, propane, and isobutane, even though these gases are explosive at concentrations below those at which health effects are observed and have been shown to act primarily as simple asphyxiants (Nicholson et al.
Le milieu de vie et la culture des regions plus rurales peuvent etre consideres comme plus stables, plus structurants et plus rassurants pour certains, mais aussi plus asphyxiants pour d'autres.
Organic solvents, metals, and chemical asphyxiants are all known to have ototoxic potential [1-3].
Le manager sans capacite de leadership doit sur-controler et finit par sous-optimiser sa gestion des ressources et sous-exploiter des opportunites : << We are overmanaged but underled >> ecrivait Bennis, qui repercutait le sentiment d'exasperation d'employes et des cadres peu inspires mais asphyxiants par les controles.
It covers emergency treatment for poisoning by a wide variety of agents, including acetaminophen, alcohols and glycols, antiarrhythmic agents, anticonvulsants, antihypertensives, antimicrobials, antipsychotics, beta blockers, calcium channel blockers, corrosives, cocaine, digitalis, heavy metal, hydrocarbons, iron, local anesthetics, neuromuscular blockers, NSAIDs, opioids, sedatives and systematic asphyxiants.