Visual acuity at presentation was hand movement (HM) at 1 meter in affected eye with hyphema, traumatic cataract, iridodialysis and severe commotio
All impacts were timed to the vulnerable window for VF induction in commotio
cordis (10 to 40 msec prior to the peak of the T-wave) .
(7) Less common causes include aortic rupture in Marfan syndrome, myocarditis, valvular disease (aortic stenosis, mitral valve prolapse) and the ion channelopathies (long QT syndrome, Brugada syndrome, catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia), and blunt chest trauma causing malignant arrhythmia (commotio
Sit salus vestra protectio et misericordia dominus Deus noster, qui air: 'Sine me nihil potestis facere.' Commotio
magna est in mundo; et in mentibus multorum infidelitas et in nomine monachorum neglegentia.
Nonpenetrating blunt trauma that induces ventricular arrhythmia in a normal heart, known as commotio
cordis, ac counts for another 20% of sudden cardiac death (SCD) cases.
In the absence of structural abnormality and cardiovascular disease, SD during sports activities may follow a blunt blow to the chest resulting in commotio
In a sermon on Matthew 5:22, Bonaventure quotes the glossa as saying that "anger is with cause, and not an illicit commotio
but rather a judgment, when one is not angry with one's brother but at sin." (34) This argument appears rather late in Bonaventure's treatment of Matthew 5:22.
In a kind of manifesto for his presentation Lawson says, among other things: From the Little Suite for Strings (1888) to Commotio
for organ (1931) one constant theme unites a wide gulf of musical development and style.
In addition, commotio
cordis cannot be screened for or prevented, and the only cure is defibrillation."
cordis (a Latin phrase meaning "commotion of the heart") is the term for a blunt, nonpenetrating blow to the chest that occurs during a 20-millisecond window and triggers an irregular heartbeat called ventricular fibrillation.
The cause of death was cardiac arrest, but it is not known whether this was spontaneous or a rare reaction known as commotio