Darian sat, hunched and unresponsive on the far side.
She is unresponsive and even impatient of caresses from any one except her mother.
If she confirmed that Cade was unresponsive she would be as much as endorsing an ugly rumor.
Selyn's smile was lopsided because of the unresponsive, scarred half of her face.
Alex tipped his head back on the pillow and she kissed his unresponsive lips.
Most people go through a series of other tests and often get other diagnoses, most commonly refractory (unresponsive) asthma, before they have a laryngoscopy and receive a definite diagnosis of VCD.
The child's mother may be unresponsive to the child because of maternal depression, substance abuse, or overwhelming personal problems that interfere with her ability to be consistent and nurturing for the child.
With a score of 0-3, the newborn is unresponsive, pale, limp, and may not have a pulse; therefore, an infant with a score of 0-3 needs immediate resuscitation.
Note that some individuals may need to undergo a series of treatments if their age spots are very dark or unresponsive to single treatments, and that proper sun protection is absolutely essential in order to see continued results over time.
When his masseuse found him unresponsive, she called Mary-Kate for help rather than calling an ambulance, which caused rumors of a relationship between the two.
You defend him because you work for him and you're a loyal employee, but I'll bet you've wondered why he's so unresponsive.
Sofi would chew him out if he gave Bianca to her like she was, and he himself couldn't help but feel somewhat concerned that she'd gone unresponsive.
"Sick," she said through lips that felt thick and unresponsive.
absence seizure the child experiences a brief interruption of consciousness and becomes unresponsive.
Referral may be indicated in severe, extensive impetigo or impetigo unresponsive to oral treatment.
Review concluding that these drugs should be reserved for patients unresponsive to at least two other disease modifying drugs, including methotrexate.
He spoke quietly to the Subject, who had proved unresponsive to the loudest noises.
Breathing will become difficult as nerves become unresponsive and the jaw may hang slack.
Unresponsive: Many people think passing out after a long night of drinking is okay.
The following morning, on Sunday, June 28, 2009, Mays' wife woke to find her husband unresponsive.
His doctor, Conrad Murray, says that Jackson was at home when the doctor discovered him unresponsive and not breathing.
The dog's behavior at this point is extremely detached and unresponsive.
Signs of trouble include many residents who are sad or unresponsive, poorly groomed, and bad odors in the residence areas.
Stage Four - The person will become unresponsive or mute during this time as dementia sets in.
It may feature bright, vibrant colors and a fantastic web browsing experience, but it seems that it can become unresponsive under certain circumstances.
More specifically, the touchscreen can be unresponsive if the phone is being held in a car cradle or is on a non-conductive surface.
Parents should notify a doctor if a child's bleeding does not stop, or bleeding is severe, or the child has severe headaches or becomes unresponsive.
If the foreign object is not dislodged, the cycle of five thrusts is repeated until the object is expelled or the child becomes unresponsive.
An unresponsive child should never be put to bed, but must be taken to a hospital for immediate care.
This neurological process can result in unresponsive muscles, a condition known as flaccid paralysis.
Flaccid paralysis-Paralysis characterized by limp, unresponsive muscles.
Patients who are unable to tolerate or are unresponsive to drug-based treatments are treated with concentrated factor VIII obtained from blood products.
Anti-androgens, drugs that inhibit androgen production, are used to treat women who are unresponsive to other therapies.
This drug reduces cell growth in vascular marks that affect vision and that are unresponsive to corticosteroids.
If an infant is difficult to comfort, is irritable, or unresponsive, the baby may have more difficulty developing a secure bond.
Over time, people with Alzheimer's disease lapse into an increasingly unresponsive state.
It is also intended for hair that remains difficult or unresponsive to most straightening attempts.
If the broker is unapologetic or unresponsive, a complaint should be filed with the company the broker represents, if any.
They lie around cemeteries filling their gothy lungs with the output of clove cigarettes and communicating with the unresponsive dead.
Some parents are able to spot problems with their child as young as infancy, such as when a baby is unresponsive to people.
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