hyperstress

hyperstress

(ˈhaɪpəˌstrɛs)
n
(Medicine) med extreme stress or anxiety
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Patients with endotoxemia are under the hyperstress state and often require drugs for sedation and analgesia to reduce anxiety and stress.
Equations [(1).sub.1,2] define the involved stresses and hyperstresses present in the balance of (physical) linear momentum for a continuum made of a nonlinear, homogeneous elastic material with strain gradients with both nonlinearity and strain gradients relating only to the shear deformation.
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