clinically dead


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clinically dead

adj
(Medicine) having no respiration, no heartbeat, and with no contraction of the pupils when exposed to a strong light
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The man was arrested on January 22 after he allegedly beat his mother and left her clinically dead.
A FARMER has recovered after suffering six heart attacks in one day and being declared clinically dead for one minute.
Gabrielle, 33, an NHS medical scientist, from Hertfordshire, said: "If Elijah has a chance after being clinically dead and brought back to life and he's doing so well, then Charlie has a chance too .
A recent study by Canadian doctors from the University of Western Ontario have revealed that brain activity continues to be active for a few minutes after a person is declared clinically dead.
Summary: Patient was rendered clinically dead so doctors could remove a 200-gm cancerous tumour from his heart
He has been clinically dead for several days," Rami Abdel Rahman, head of the monitoring group said, according to (http://www.
The Committee also discussed the latest developments in the pre-marriage medical test and the draft order for stopping ventilation for those clinically dead.
Watch manager Andy Anderson said: "It doesn't happen very often to have somebody who is clinically dead and then have them sitting in front of you.
Further clues lead to the controversial world of cryopreservation - the practice of keeping clinically dead patients frozen to extend their life.
It is rather natural for the role of a clinically dead government to come to an, Rifi said.
Praiseworthy Earlier in February, the Delhi Traffic Police helped a 77- yearold man fulfil his wish of being a social activist in the final minutes of his life by creating a "green corridor" and facilitating organ donation from the clinically dead patient.

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