sudden death


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Related to sudden death: sudden death syndrome, Sudden cardiac death

sudden death

mod. having to do with something short, quick, and decisive. The game ended in a sudden death playoff.
See also: death, sudden
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The merchant said that his daughter, a girl of twenty-two, had fallen ill two years ago, after her mother's sudden death.
The recent sudden death of Sir Charles Baskerville, whose
Some temporary derangement in the machinery of the business was undoubtedly produced in consequence of the sudden death of the lamented managing partner, Mr.
The white girl in their midst was no less mystified than they; but far less moved, since sudden death was the most merciful fate to which she might now look forward.
Burdovsky, was simply that she was the sister of a serf-girl with whom he was deeply in love in his youth, and whom most certainly he would have married but for her sudden death.
So now we can come and go without alarming her unduly, for a shock to her would mean sudden death, and this, in Lucy's weak condition, might be disastrous to her.
Two of the most recognized causes of sudden death during an endurance race were sudden death usually caused by undetected heart disease in a young and seemingly healthy person, and heat stroke; however, the authors noted sudden death from an undetected heart condition often received more attention from the medical community and the media.
Jones had clawed her way back from 2-0 down to take the fight into sudden death against Hamada, who she beat in the quarter-finals at the Olympics last summer.
The disease is caused by the ingestion of the toxin produced by the bacteria which causes apparent sudden death or progressive paralysis with death, in mild cases slow recovery is possible.
I've made this thread so everyone that has experienced sudden death cases on their S3 can post here and keep the forums cleaner.
The SADS Foundation is an organization dedicated to saving lives and supporting families of children and young adults who are predisposed to sudden death due to heart abnormalities.
Those who consumed the most polyunsaturated fats had a 43 percent lower risk of sudden death than those who consumed the least.
Mrs Cox, right, said in 80% of cases death is the first symptom someone is carrying one of the genetic disorders leading to sudden death syndrome.
He urged local villagers to immediately report to his office if there is sudden death of poultry.
These alterations predispose the individual to unstable ventricular arrhythmias leading to sudden death (2).