asphyxiated


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asphyxiated

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Methods: Through a cohort study, 29 asphyxiated term neonates were followed since birth until amelioration of pulmonary hypertension and compared with 31 well born neonates.
BEIRUT: An innocent game of hide-and-seek turned into a tragedy that reverberated across the country Wednesday when four children died in the West Bekaa after being locked in a car trunk and asphyxiated.
Preliminary postmortem results show the boys were asphyxiated by the python from the shop owned by family friend Jean-Claude Savoie.
Amr Mohammad Labbabi (22), Hussain Mohammad Saqr (27) and Mohammad Mohammad (49) were asphyxiated on board a Togo-flagged cargo ship while the vessel, identified by the local media as Ashraf, was off Oman's southern coast.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), incidence of birth asphyxia is around 3% that is from 130 million newborns each year globally, around four million develop birth asphyxia, and from asphyxiated babies around 1.
The report said: "The disclosed documents demonstrate this evidence was flawed and some, partially asphyxiated, survived for a significant period.
The first victim of Friday's tragedy climbed down to clean the well but was asphyxiated by fumes from a pump.
Kim Kil-Soo, an emergency official handling the case, told journalists that the four mechanics had apparently been asphyxiated by gas leaking from the refrigerator.
Further tests will determine if the cycling fanatic was asphyxiated or poisoned, as well as if drugs or alcohol were present in his system.
Gill Flack said Basildon University Hospital had been the "worst place" for her 20-year-old quadriplegic son Kyle, who was asphyxiated in October 2006 after getting his head stuck in bed railings.
Initial post-mortem examination results revealed the pair were asphyxiated.