cordis: cardiovascular manifestations of a rare survivor.
Bonaventure is not clear as to whether anger is illicit qua commotio
, or whether sinful anger is simply a commotio
that is against the person and therefore vicious anger.
Data collected since 1995 by the National Commotio
Cordis Registry at the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation (MHIF) show that 33 of 85 competitive athletes suffered fatal chest blow events despite wearing potentially protective equipment.
Usually seen in sport, commotio
cordis is triggered by a moderate blow to the chest which disrupts the heart beat.
Objectives: To discuss the entity, commotio
cordis, and differential diagnosis of arrhythmias in the setting of commotio
A medical term for a rare disruption of the heart's electrical system, commotio
cordis is caused by a blow to the chest directly over the heart, which occurs between heart contractions, leading to sudden cardiac arrest.
They hope to eliminate fatalities due to commotio
The freak accident is called commotio
cordis, or sudden death from a blunt trauma to the chest.
This festival brought so many goodies, including performances of all six Nielsen symphonies, but most memorable for me was Symphony Hall's morning concert devoted to the late Nielsen: the Three Motets from Ebbe Munk's remarkable Copenhagen Royal Chapelle Choir, the Three Piano Pieces stunningly performed by Anne-Marie Abilskov, and the hair-raising Commotio
, veteran organist Grethe Krogh putting the new instrument triumphantly through its paces.
Six years ago, these same researchers published a preliminary report suggesting that this tragic occurrence--called by its Latin name commotio
cordis, or chaotic heart--can result when baseball players are struck in the chest by a ball.
The phenomenon is known as commotio
cordis, or concussion of the heart.
The majority of cases of commotio
cordis - a sudden cardiac event occurring after a blow to the chest - happen during youth or high school competitive sports, such as baseball or football.