Visual acuity at presentation was hand movement (HM) at 1 meter in affected eye with hyphema, traumatic cataract, iridodialysis and severe commotio
All impacts were timed to the vulnerable window for VF induction in commotio
cordis (10 to 40 msec prior to the peak of the T-wave) .
cordis, caused by impact to the chest during a vulnerable phase of ventricular repolarization leading to ventricular arrhythmia, most commonly occurs in young males.
cordis: cardiovascular manifestations of a rare survivor.
Bonaventure is not clear as to whether anger is illicit qua commotio
, or whether sinful anger is simply a commotio
that is against the person and therefore vicious anger.
In addition, commotio
cordis cannot be screened for or prevented, and the only cure is defibrillation.
cordis (a Latin phrase meaning "commotion of the heart") is the term for a blunt, nonpenetrating blow to the chest that occurs during a 20-millisecond window and triggers an irregular heartbeat called ventricular fibrillation.
The cause of death was cardiac arrest, but it is not known whether this was spontaneous or a rare reaction known as commotio
The cause of death was cardiac arrest but it is not known if this was spontaneous or a rare reaction known as commotio
A Case of Sustained Ventricular Tachycardia in a Patient With Commotio
Cordis and Prolonged QT Syndrome: Which Came First, the Chicken or the Egg?
cordis, which can strike suddenly in sports such as baseball, softball, lacrosse, and ice hockey, now is being recognized as a cause of death among athletes between ages 4-21.
Louis died from commotio
cardis, which happens when something (in this case a lacrosse ball) hits you in the chest at a very precise moment in your heart's cycle, causing you to go into cardiac arrest.