KASUR -- Two persons including a woman died at different places as they could not summon up the courage to bear sudden deaths
of their relatives here the other day.
Jahangir's sudden death
, which it feels is a gap that would never be filled.' Her entire life was like a torch in darkness and she always remained to be a beacon of hope in moments of despair and despondence, he maintained.
Published in cooperation with the American College of Sports Medicine, this textbook contains 18 chapters on the etiology, prevention, recognition, treatment, and return-to-play guidelines for 12 of the top causes of sudden death
in sports, including heart disease, congenital cardiac conditions, commotio cordis, exertional heat stroke and hyponatremia, head injuries, asthma, exertional sickling, and environmental, immune-related, and autoimmune conditions.
It is a disservice to discuss Sudden Death
without emphasizing the impeccable work of translator Natasha Wimmer.
Recording a narrative verdict of SUDI (sudden death
in infancy), coroner Martin Fleming said: "In this case I think it's fair to say it's not possible the bed played a part in Amira's very sad death, but should be something in the minds of the people in the community.
Population-based analysis of sudden death
in children: The Oregon Sudden Unexpected Death Study.
The school's message reads: "It is with great sadness that Anthony Morbach-Jenkins we have learnt of the sudden death
of Mr Jenkins who taught at St Peter's from September 2009 to August 2015.
TMP-SMX (e.g., Bactrim[R], Septra[R]), compared with amoxicillin (Augmentin[R]) was associated with a significantly greater risk of sudden death
. Ciprofloxacin (Cipro[R]), which prolongs the QT interval (a heart risk), was also associated with an increased risk of sudden death
, but no such risk was observed with norfloxacin (Noroxin[R]) or nitrofurantoin (Macrobid[R]).
The Strange Birth, Short Life, and Sudden Death
of Justice Girl moves beyond the gags and gaffes of television's golden age to plumb the depths of the media's broader influence.
Puffer et al., "Cardiovascular preparticipation screening of competitive athletes: a statement for health professionals from the Sudden Death
Committee (Clinical cardiology) and Congenital Cardiac Defects Committee (Cardiovascular disease in the young), American Heart Association," Circulation, vol.
Owners of the device have been complaining of a "sudden death
" glitch that has caused the Galaxy S3 to completely stop working, and now Samsung is rolling out a firmware update to address this concern.
Salt Lake City, UT, October 20, 2012 --(PR.com)-- The Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndromes (SADS) Foundation hosted its most successful 6th Annual International Conference last week to educate families and professionals in the medical field about how to prevent unexpected sudden death
in the young.
is typically caused by a loss of heart rhythm, rather than by a blockage in an artery that feeds the heart muscle (a myocardial infarction).
Dr Dirk Wilson, right, a consultant paediatric cardiologist in the Children's Cardiac Unit at the University Hospital of Wales, in Cardiff, said: "Often it is not known the individual has a predisposition until you are presented with a sudden death
"I don't think a month goes by that I don't hear about a soccer player, cheer leader, or basketball player who has had a sudden death
. It's tragic, but it happens.