Mr. Marsh was in a coma and attached to life support machines.
After he came out of the coma, he underwent a year or so of therapy.
The accident did a hell of a job and the long coma and operations further messed him up.
Could the fact that Howie's brain waves are somehow different after his lengthy coma and all the operations he endured be effected by what you were doing?
While Howie, between his brain damage, operations and lengthy coma created a rare combination of mental soup, could we say with any certainty that his ability was absolutely unique to him?
They thought her too young to understand words like coma and deteriorating, and they accused her of lying when she said she could help him.
Yes. She was hurt by an Immortal and is in a coma of sorts.
He's alive, but he's been in a coma for a week.
The doctor said they could find no reason for him to stay in a coma, except the possibility of brain damage from lack of oxygen or blood loss.
I read that when people wake up from a coma, it's always gradual.
The euphoria of his awakening from the coma passed as other symptoms persisted.
So, once a person came out of the coma, could they go back into it?
Hopefully it was the remnants of the coma and would wear off.
"And so when you woke up from the coma, you couldn't speak," she said.
The docs put you in a coma for over a week in order to transplant half your organs.
The unsymmetrical form of the meridional pencil - formerly the only one considered - is coma in the narrower sense only; other errors of coma have been treated by A.
The aberrations of the third order are: (1) aberration of the axis point; (2) aberration of points whose distance from the Aberra- axis is very small, less than of the third order - the tions of deviation from the sine condition and coma here fall together in one class; (3) astigmatism; (4) curvature of the field; (5) distortion.
(2) The condition for freedom from coma in the third order is also of importance for telescope objectives; it is known as " Fraunhofer's condition."
(4) After eliminating the aberration on the axis, coma and astigmatism, the relation for the flatness of the field in the third order is expressed by the " Petzval equation," I 1 = o, where is the radius of a refracting surface, n and n' the refractive indices of the neighbouring media, and / the sign of summation for all refracting surfaces.
Amongst these, the most important is fever with increased protein metabolism, attended with disturbances of the circulatory and respiratory systems. Nervous symptoms, somnolence, coma, spasms, convulsions and paralysis are of common occurrence.
Intense drowsiness yields to sleep and coma which ends in death from failure of the respiration.
There may be bleeding from the nose, cutaneous congestion, deafness, blindness, coma or delirium, and even death from cardiac failure.