Unconsciousness Sentence Examples
Unconsciousness took her away again.
She slid into unconsciousness after a few minutes, and her body went limp.
His head slammed against something hard and he lay there, momentarily stunned to the brink of unconsciousness before turning slowly to his side and opening his eyes.
He did not know how long his unconsciousness lasted.
This was his only experience of unconsciousness during an aerobatic maneuver.
At last, overwhelmed by the agony, she passed into the blessed oblivion of unconsciousness.
He takes part, fruitlessly, in the Grail quest, only being vouchsafed a fleeting glimpse of the sacred Vessel, which, however, is sufficient to cast him into unconsciousness, in which he remains for as many days as he has spent years in sin.
And Ken Stott 's Philippe lapses regularly into unconsciousness due to shrapnel lodged in his brain.
She ceased to communicate, was unable to stand, slipped into unconsciousness, and began to have convulsions.
Drug overdoses cause a range of symptoms, including excitability, sleepiness, confusion, unconsciousness, rapid heartbeat, convulsions, nausea, and changes in blood pressure.Advertisement
It develops in early infancy with initial symptoms of irritability, vomiting, and episodes of partial unconsciousness.
The baby retains carbon dioxide and may lapse into unconsciousness unless stimulated to breathe.
Overdoses of narcotics can cause drowsiness, unconsciousness, and even death because these drugs suppress respiration.
In any case, if the blood flow is not stopped, it can lead to unconsciousness and death.
If unchecked, hypoglycemia can lead to unconsciousness.Advertisement
Prolonged unconsciousness indicates more severe brain injury.
The duration of unconsciousness and degree of confusion are very important indicators of the severity of the injury and help guide the diagnostic process and treatment decisions.
Prolonged unconsciousness and worsening symptoms require urgent neurosurgical evaluation or transfer to a trauma center.
Contact sports are avoided for one week following unconsciousness of only seconds, and for two weeks for unconsciousness of a minute or more.
The test is also used to investigate periods of unconsciousness.Advertisement
In severe cases of hyperglycemia in which cerebral edema occurs, mannitol is administered at the first sign of edema, such as unconsciousness, difficulty breathing, severe headache, irregular heartbeat, or seizures.
Limp posture and a brief period of unconsciousness are features of akinetic seizures.
By taking control of how quickly you enter into unconsciousness, practitioners believe that you can lift your spirit out of your body and consciously travel anywhere in the world.
In this hypothesis, the human brain strays from the regular transition into unconsciousness combined with physical paralysis into sleep and then into deep REM sleep.
It is not a state of unconsciousness in which a subject loses control of his or her own free will.Advertisement
It may become difficult to breathe, resulting in unconsciousness.
She cried out, body convulsing under waves of pleasure intense enough to push her towards unconsciousness.
Out of control, she curled on her side and tumbled into unconsciousness.
They faded as he fell into his unconsciousness.
Although the soul is often distinguished from the vital principle, there are many cases in which a state of unconsciousness is explained as due to the absence of the soul; in South Australia wilyamarraba (without soul) is the word used for insensible.
By this means also he explained unconsciousness.
Before death occurs the pulse and respiration become exceedingly rapid and weak, and complete unconsciousness sets in.
Very high doses can induce coma or unconsciousness or even death.
Black's states that in cases of uraemia ' death may be preceded by convulsions and unconsciousness.
Severe hypoglycaemia may lead to unconsciousness and/or convulsions and may result in temporary or permanent impairment of brain function or even death.
In older children and adults, near-drownings are often secondary to an event such as or a head or spinal injury or (in adults) a heart attack that causes unconsciousness and prevents a diver from resurfacing.
He struggled to free his arms from the invisible bonds, his eyesight darkening until he dropped into unconsciousness.
Unconsciousness must have paid its call before hands secured him and lowered him to the waiting rescuers below.
He holds indeed that, in accordance with the law of substance, consciousness must be evolved from unconsciousness with the development of sense organs and a central nervous organ.
His final view was that certain actions of the divine substance are during consciousness gifted with knowledge of themselves as active centres, but during unconsciousness are non-existent.
The world, as he thought, on its physical side, always was a living body; and on its psychical side God always was its conscious spirit; and, so far from life arising from the lifeless, and consciousness from unconsciousness, the life and consciousness of the whole world are the origin of the lifeless and the unconscious in parts of it, by a kind of secondary automatism, while we ourselves are developed from our own mother-earth by differentiation.
At this stage collapse may set in, the patient become faint, the limbs twitch, the radical pulse become imperceptible, and unconsciousness supervene.
A very serious concussion with several days of unconsciousness is also dangerous owing to the risk of the brain swelling.