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the quality of being unresponsive

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As the assumption was that SLIT would have a more modest effect, it was unclear if any patients at all on SLIT would develop sustained unresponsiveness.
Frequency of distribution of Glasgow Come Scale (range: 3-15) and Full Outline of Unresponsiveness (FOUR) scores (range: 0-16) among the study population was represented in Figures 1 and 2.
In the estimation of the HDS percentage rate of change that predicts responsiveness and unresponsiveness in the first weeks with the highest sensitivity and specificity ROC curve was used, and it was reported that a decrease in HDS scores by 25% in the first week, 39% in the second week, 43% in the third week, and 50% in the fourth week predicted the response at the sixth week, which was also the end of the study with a high sensitivity and specificity (14).
The Full Outline of Unresponsiveness (FOUR) score (Fig 1, Table 1) measures reduced consciousness, or the depth of coma, and provides more neurologic details than the GCS (Plum & Posner, 2007) or RLS 85.
Emotional instability and emotional unresponsiveness had significant positive relationship with conflict and threat for both boys and girls.
Finally, on the basis of the normal genitalia, normal cortisol and 17 hydroxy progesterone level, markedly raised aldosterone and renin level and unresponsiveness to mineral corticoid therapy, the diagnosis of PHA-I was made.
The call came on Sunday, shortly after Egypt said it was concerned by Ethiopia's unresponsiveness to calls for technical talks between the water resources ministers of three countries.
Anaphylactic type reactions, presenting with cardiac/cardiorespiratory arrest, clinically significant hypotension, syncope, and unresponsiveness have been reported in the post-marketing experience.
Flippen suggests that ultimate frustration with Carter's (and the Democrat Party's) unresponsiveness to their demands drove conservative Christians toward a new political home within the Republican Party as well as laid the foundations for the formation of the new Religious Right.
We described 8 previously healthy children with serotypespecific immune unresponsiveness after IPD, although a second IPD episode did not develop in these children (4).
Experts said the symptoms to look out for include unconsciousness, unresponsiveness and feelings of nausea and dizziness.
Al-Jaz went on to criticize what he termed as South Sudan's unresponsiveness to Khartoum's proposals.
Due to the unresponsiveness of Saudi Aramco to provide us with fuel for the operation of the fifth expansion, in spite of numerous attempts with them and as the manufacturer insists on the delivery of that line under the terms of the contract had Yanbu Cement Company to the arrest of production lines 1, 2 and 3 to provide the fuel needed for the trial operation of the line V [sic], which has produced ten thousands of tons per day," the company has written in a statement.
As the team struggles to find an explanation for his loss of consciousness and unresponsiveness to their treatments, they recruit former prison doctor Jessica Adams.
In conclusion, it is reiterated that considering the unclear and regret-worthy conditions of some Iranian prisoners in the US and the unresponsiveness of the relevant authorities of this country and the fact that this issue has been brought to the attention of Mr.