This undertaking represented the beginning of a journey to improve the school life for thousands of children who face the risk of anaphylaxis from food and other life-threatening
schools ought to have in place a planned, practiced, and efficient response plan for life-threatening
emergencies, the American Academy of Pediatrics has recommended.
Sometimes, however, a strep infection erupts into a life-threatening
illness, causing failure of several organs and shock.
Journal of Suicide and Life-Threatening
Behavior, 28, 358-374.
Aldurazyme is a specific form of purified recombinant human alpha-L-iduronidase that is being investigated as an enzyme replacement therapy for MPS I, a life-threatening
genetic disease for which no specific drug treatments currently exist.
In the early 1990s, activist pressure lead to reforms at the FDA that allowed for the accelerated approval of therapies for life-threatening
conditions if 1) there were few effective options to treat that condition and 2) if there were surrogate markers (see p.
* when the test is for a disease or condition that is curable or manageable if found early enough but life-threatening
by the time symptoms arise,
and many other nations, this life-threatening
epidemic of obesity is disproportionately threatening the poor.
Cutaneous anthrax, a skin infection, is the most common and is not life-threatening
when treated with antibiotics.
"(Institutions will be permitted) to provide expenses for a student-athlete and the student-athlete's teammates to be present in situations in which any family member of the student-athlete dies or suffers a life-threatening
injury or illness, without restricting such expenses to a 100-mile radius from campus or requiring a preexisting relationship between the teammates and the deceased or injured individual.
There are almost 20,000 fatal or life-threatening
adverse drug events per year, of which 80% are preventable."
"Liturgy is supposed to be life-giving, not life-threatening
," observed Mr.