8 thoughts on Coma

  1. Batilar   Mazulmaran
    Coma () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
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  2. Gosho   Zulucage
    Someone who is in a coma is unconscious and will not respond to voices, other sounds, or any sort of activity going on nearby. The person is still alive, but the brain is functioning at its lowest stage of alertness. You can't shake and wake up someone who is in a coma like you can someone who has just fallen asleep. What Can Cause a Coma?
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  3. Goltiramar   Kigahn
    A coma is a medical emergency. The wide range of causes includes head injury, stroke, cardiac arrest, hypoglycaemia, hyperglycaemia, hypothermia, drug overdose, and kidney or liver failure. A person in a persistent vegetative state has damage to the areas of the brain responsible for consciousness, self-awareness and personality.
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  4. Kajikora   Nagar
    Comal County is a beautiful county located on the Edwards Plateau in central Texas. The county is a scenic hill country county with spring fed streams, the Comal river, Guadalupe river and Canyon Lake. It's one of the top 10 fastest growing counties in the US. New Braunfels is the county seat with a population of 68, as of the US census.
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  5. Tegul   Zuluzilkree
    Appearing on Use Your Illusion I, the longest Guns N' Roses song (so far) is the 10 minutes, 14 seconds long chorus-less “Coma”.Lyrically, the song is one of their heaviest, taking about the.
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  6. Samuzahn   Tugis
    Comma with an Appositive. An appositive is a word or phrase that refers to the same thing as another noun in the same sentence. Often, the appositive provides additional information about the noun or helps to distinguish it in some way.
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  7. Goltinos   Juktilar
    Coma definition is - a state of profound unconsciousness caused by disease, injury, or poison.
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  8. Kigis   Nikoll
    coma definition: 1. a state in which a person is unconscious and cannot be woken, caused by damage to the brain. Learn more.
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