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How could a humiliated, weakened, beaten, bleeding, mangled mess of a man already suffering from breathing difficulties, as well as hypovolemic and traumatic shock, carry a t-shaped cross that weighed between 175 and 200 pounds?
Zapol, MD, Emeritus Anesthetist-in-Chief and Director of the MGH Anesthesia Center for Critical Care Research, on BTI's new oxygen carrier for traumatic shock and ischemia, IPOXYN(TM), will be presented at the "XIII International Symposium on Blood Substitutes and Oxygen Therapeutics" to be held July 27th-29th at MGH.
BOTTLING up feelings after a traumatic shock may be a better strategy than letting them spill out, according to a new study.
AT the height of my post Twickers traumatic shock last week an envelope thudded on the mat with the force of an England forward flopping over the try line.
She had a traumatic shock after 27 years of marriage when her husband told her he no longer loved her and wished to be with someone else.
Hazel Wilson, whose cat died of traumatic shock after a firework was thrown at it, has started a petition, which we at Socelex are supporting.
John Carl Heller of Littlerock was sentenced in 1993 to 25 years to life in prison for the November 1991 beating death of Pealer-Yetter, who died from traumatic shock as a result of at least 40 blows to her body.
Jon Court, managing director of Protodigm, which is focusing its development efforts on cancer, Alzheimer's disease and traumatic shock syndrome.
Lee, who suffered post traumatic shock disorder after his unit was shelled by Serb militias in Bosnia during the 1990s, said: "This is now an absolute disgrace.
I was on medication until December for post traumatic shock.

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