In severe cases bleeding from the gut, or drowsiness and coma, can cause complications.
Very high doses can induce coma or unconsciousness or even death.
An overdose can cause coma, convulsions or death.
The clinical features of excessive doses of opiates include coma of varying severity, small pupils and depressed respiration.
This precipitated a profound hypoglycaemic coma resulting in irreversible brain damage.
He once fell into a diabetic coma on the way home, on the bus.
He was now in an Israeli hospital in a deep coma from which he was not likely to regain consciousness.
Ignoring the deep psychological problems clearly in me, I did wonder whether coma victims feel like that.
She was fully conscious with a Glasgow coma score of 15.
Review your knowledge of the Glasgow coma scale, and signs and symptoms of brain injury.
There are enough funny bits here to liven up a coma patient.
There was very little, and strictly controlled, use of ECT, and insulin coma therapy had gone for good.
STARDUST is the culmination of more than a decade 's quest for a comet coma sample return mission.
This Year`s Girl: Faith, still in a coma in the hospital, is dreaming of being pursued by Buffy.
Have you been in a coma for 3 months?
Jay suffered severe brain injuries and was in a coma for five days before doctors decided there was no hope for him.
I could have been in a coma for six years for all I knew.
He was in a coma for 2 days. 274.
There were seven familial cases of COMA, which were associated with consanguineous marriage.
Out of a Coma, Into a Twilight Accident victim Robert Wendland is minimally conscious.
In 2000, COMA concluded that adding folic acid to flour would significantly reduce the number of pregnancies and births complicated by NTDs.
A person incapacitated by a stroke, or in a coma, might not be cared for long enough to see whether he recovers.
The Inspector was helped home, but lapsed into a coma and died during the night.
Serum ammonia levels during coma were grossly elevated at 327 mu mol/L (normal range 10-35 mu mol/L).
I spent two months in a coma following an appendix operation and at the age of thirteen I contracted chronic pleurisy.
In hospital he was in a coma for a week, his family hoped he would pull through.
The coma itself is very rarefied, having a density that is only about one ten thousandth of that of the Earth 's atmosphere.
Coma is not accurately represented in films, something that could skew public perceptions and affect real life decisions, a new study claims.
In larger doses it causes stupor, coma and convulsions.
In Mondays are Red, Luke wakes from a coma to find that he has developed an extraordinary condition called synaesthesia.
Coma When a person is in a coma, they are deeply unconscious and do n't respond to anything going on around them.