painful crisis

painful crisis

Vaso-occlusive crisis, see there.
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It's the only way to stop this painful crisis in health and social care - so the sick and elderly can rest more easily in their beds.
These complications include acute chest syndrome (ACS), hepatic sequestration, stroke, acute painful crisis, nephrotic syndrome, and acute splenic sequestration crisis (ASSC).
These recurrent episodes, called vaso-occlusive or painful crisis (VOC), are the most common clinical manifestations.
The study involved children with SCA who were <12 years old, on admission for a painful crisis and not using herbal remedies for pain relief.
Mousa and colleagues (2010) noted an acute painful crisis, or pain episode, is characterized by a sudden onset of pain that might start in any part of the body, including the back, long bones, and chest.
Markets plunged, the lira halved in value and the Turkish economy went into a long and painful crisis after former prime minister Bulent Ecevit said then-President Ahmet Necdet Sezer had thrown the constitution at him during a meeting.
Al-Jfari pointed out that the painful crisis in Syria has worsened due to the unilateral economic measures imposed by the draft resolution makers, underlining the various grave violations against the Syrians by the takfiri mercenaries in terms of eating human livers and hearts, killing children and randomly firing mortar shells on cities, stealing national resources and destroying infrastructure.
9%) experienced painful crisis in pregnancy compared to 4 (7.
This painful crisis has also highlighted the evident complicity between terrorist-leaning groups and the separatists, he went on.
9% (n=22) had at least one painful crisis requiring hospital admission; the mean number of painful crises per patient per year requiring hospital admission was 0.
He said that hosting the F1 shows that Bahrain is on the path to recovery from the painful crisis.