substantial pain

substantial pain

Pain of a severity sufficient to impair function. See Brief Pain Inventory, Pain.
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The new definition lowers the reporting bar to bodily injury, defined as causing substantial pain or any impairment in physical condition.
Constitution's Eighth Amendment prohibition against "cruel and unusual punishment" because it cannot reliably produce a deep, coma-like unconsciousness that will prevent substantial pain caused by the effects of the second and third drugs.
Kirkilie claims to have suffered substantial pain and suffering, and she says the injury has permanently altered her appearance.
The patient experienced substantial pain relief 1 month following her Gamma Knife procedure.
Chantry said: "As well as eventually being fatal, myeloma causes substantial pain and loss of mobility.
Marco Gattorno of Gaslini Children's Hospital in Genova, Italy and Principal Investigator of the Eurofever Registry for Autoinflammatory Diseases, stated: "CAPS is a life-long, severely debilitating disease where patients suffer substantial pain and progressive reduction in their quality of life.
Tramadol is supported by "modest" evidence of efficacy as an add-on niche medication for patients with substantial pain despite their baseline medications, the rheumatologist continued.
ISLAMABAD -- "There is a substantial pain that the low income countries suffer due to immigration of highly educated to high income countries.
In addition, the prospect of having not a single club side in European competition beyond August was a source of substantial pain for the country.
The plaintiffs' expert further opined that the good doctor's care was a significant factor in causing the patient's blister to worsen, necessitating multiple debridements and causing substantial pain and loss of significant amounts of soft tissue from the left leg.
According to Rebecca, after the first procedure, she experienced substantial pain when she lifted her right arm, and after the second procedure, she experienced severe chest pain as well as other symptoms, including "shortness of breath, dizziness, headaches, uncontrollable twitching of her right eye, shoulder droop, and had an enlarged jugular vein on the right side, blurred vision, and extreme fatigue.
But Professor Peter Spencer, the Item Club's chief economist, warned: "There could still be substantial pain to come for corporates and consumers.