comatose


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comatose

[′käm·ə‚tōs]
(medicine)
In a condition of coma; resembling coma.
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His wife, Esperanza "Panching" Martelino, suffered two consecutive strokes which rendered her comatose.
Ruijter, M.D., Ph.D., from the University of Twente in Enschede, Netherlands, and colleagues assessed whether early EEG can reliably predict outcomes among comatose patients after cardiac arrest.
He is in a comatose state with minimal spontaneous respiration," the medical bulletin says.
Asked if the 90-year-old actor is in comatose or in a state of deep unconsciousness for a prolonged or indefinite period, Orteza said she can't make that medical statement.
For 15 long months, North Koreans did not reveal his condition and kept the comatose student in a hospital.  
He died on May 2, 2013, after lying in a comatose state for five days.
This study aimed at examining the effect of organized voice auditory stimulation performed by a nurse on the state of consciousness of comatose patients hospitalized in the ICUs.
The boy, who was rushed to hospital in comatose condition is now communicating his surroundings.
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India] Apr 29 (ANI): The father of a comatose patient alleged that his son's right eye was nibbled by a rat at civic-run Bal Thackeray Trauma Care Hospital in Jogeshwari on April 23.
After being comatose for so many months, she was only able to open her eyes and cry sometimes and we feel being united with her loved ones was the best humanitarian gesture we could have extended to her."
partners and undermines the notion that America can be an effective broker in what is now admittedly a comatose peace process.
The 41-year-old, a teacher at Willows High School in Tremorfa, Cardiff, then allegedly raped her in her own bed while she was "comatose".