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Crush asphyxia is a common complication of crush injuries. Crushing injuries such as with a building collapsing in an earthquake, or being crushed by heavy machinery, or changing a tire and having the vehicle fall on you could cause crush asphyxia. When sustaining a crushing injury, it is very possible that the force applied to the body will make it impossible for you to breathe.
Published by Charlene Collins 87 months ago in Shock | +2 votes | 1 comments
Crush syndrome is also known as compression syndrome. Crush syndrome is characterized by extreme blood loss and fluid loss in the body which causes the person to go into shock. A person who has sustained an extensive crushing injury will likely also suffer from crush syndrome which is usually fatal.
Published by Charlene Collins 87 months ago in Shock | +3 votes | 2 comments
Symptoms of the health condition hypothermia are possible in any season. Fast treatment for hypothermia will restore good health.
Published by Roberta Baxter 99 months ago in Shock | +29 votes | 19 comments
Someday such blood vessels could be used instead of artificial (which easily clog and cause infections) in operations such as heart bypass.
Published by Stotinka5 248 months ago in Shock | +0 votes | 0 comments
Shock is a complex and incompletely understood acute cardiovascular syndrome or heart disease which defies precise definition because of its various causes.
Published by Darwin Mendez 115 months ago in Shock | +3 votes | 1 comments
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