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Related to pulseless: pulseless disease
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Adj.1.pulseless - appearing dead; not breathing or having no perceptible pulse; "an inanimate body"; "pulseless and dead"
dead - no longer having or seeming to have or expecting to have life; "the nerve is dead"; "a dead pallor"; "he was marked as a dead man by the assassin"
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But under it all they were men, penetrating the land of desolation and mockery and silence, puny adventurers bent on colossal adventure, pitting themselves against the might of a world as remote and alien and pulseless as the abysses of space.
John Barleycorn sends his White Logic, the argent messenger of truth beyond truth, the antithesis of life, cruel and bleak as interstellar space, pulseless and frozen as absolute zero, dazzling with the frost of irrefragable logic and unforgettable fact.
The gaunt, careworn features and dusty figures were made plain by this quaint light at the dawning, but it dressed the skin of the men in corpselike hues and made the tangled limbs appear pulseless and dead.
Holmberg, M.D., M.P.H., from the Aarhus University Hospital in Denmark, and colleagues estimated the incidence of index pulseless in-hospital cardiac arrest based on hospital-level characteristics in all U.S.
Thirty minutes after arrival at ED, the patient collapsed with pulseless electrical activity.
"When [EMS] arrived, he was pulseless, breathless and cyanotic, or turning blue," Presley said.
He was unresponsive, unconscious and pulseless. Our medical team attended to him swiftly and carried out all necessary procedures."
Death is by pulseless electrical activity arrest, respiratory arrest."
Death is by pulseless electrical activity arrest, respiratory arrest." The expert asks colleagues to send urine and blood samples from possible cases for analysis at a poison centre in the Midlands.
"As a result, they were more likely to have a non-shockable initial heart rhythm of pulseless electrical activity and to have experienced their heart stoppage in an unmonitored hospital unit," said Chen.