I was ready to sink from fatigue and hunger, but being surrounded by a crowd, I thought it politic to rouse all my strength, that no physical debility
might be construed into apprehension or conscious guilt.
She was too weak to bear the violent reaction, and in another day or two she sank into a state of debility
and depression which obliged her to keep her room.
All this, accented features, strong limbs in their relative smallness, appeared delicate without the slightest sign of debility
What with my rheumatic affection, and what with its attendant debility
or nervous weakness--names are of no matter now--I have lost the use of my limbs.
This isn't drug addiction, of treating a debility
, but a free choice to use whatever means we have at our disposal to make our lives ever better.
Use of oral sodium phosphate solution increases the risk for electrolyte disturbances in patients with congestive heart failure, ascites, renal insufficiency, dehydration, debility
, GI obstruction, gastric retention, bowel perforation, colitis, megacolon, or ileus as well as in those who cannot take adequate oral fluids or those on diuretics or other medications that affect electrolytes.
As Curtin pointedly reminds us, a more fundamental question, especially for the first part of the nineteenth century, is why any Europeans in their right minds would take the high risk of death or debility
from infectious disease and travel to Africa at all.
Yet in Sverdlovsk I was looked after by one general practitioner, Tamara Kurushina, who knew me inside and out, always made a precise diagnosis in any situation, and prescribed the treatment herself, whether it was for a headache, a cold, or just general debility
After a year of treatment, only 97 of 399 subjects on deprenyl or the combination treatment progressed to debility
, compared with 176 of 401 patients on tocopherol alone.
McDonald, MD, Head of the Gastroenterology/Hepatology Section at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, inventor of orBec(R), and a consultant to DOR stated, "Those working in the field of hematopoietic cell transplantation have long recognized that prolonged exposure to prednisone in patients with iGVHD led not only to weakness, debility
, and changes in body habitus, but also to viral, bacterial, and fungal infections.
Fallek says there are many well-known and many lesser-known "side effects" of drugs that weaken the immune system, veering an individual towards debility
and ultimately death.
Children born to mothers whose bodies are yet unprepared for motherhood are naturally susceptible to debility