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Englisch - Türkisch
oksijensizlikten boğulma
{i} nefes kesilmesi
(Anatomi) boğulma; şiddetli nefes darlığı
oksijen yokluğundan ileri gelen boğulma
{i} boğulma
(Tıp) Boğulma, solunumun durması, asfiksi
(Diş Hekimliği) boğulma. Anoksi ve kanda CO2 birikimine yol açan, koma ile sonuçlanan oksijen azlığı
asphyxia neonatorum
neonatal asfiksi
Englisch - Englisch
A condition in which an extreme decrease in the concentration of oxygen in the body accompanied by an increase in the concentration of carbon dioxide leads to loss of consciousness or death. Asphyxia can be induced by choking, drowning, electric shock, injury, or the inhalation of non-toxic (or toxic) gases
{i} lack of oxygen caused by disruption of breathing, suffocation
Apparent death, or suspended animation; the condition which results from interruption of respiration, as in suffocation or drowning, or the inhalation of irrespirable gases
—Suffocation, which can be caused by choking on an object, by lack of oxygen in the air, or by chemicals such as carbon monoxide, which reduce the amount of oxygen in the blood
Too little oxygen and too much carbon dioxide in the blood, causing the baby to suffocate
a condition in which insufficient or no oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged on a ventilatory basis; caused by choking or drowning or electric shock or poison gas
Suffocation as a result of too little oxygen or too much carbon dioxide in the blood Can be brought on by high ambient carbon dioxide concentrations which can restrict the ability of he fish to excrete carbon dioxide
a general term used to describe inadequate intake of oxygen by the baby
Lack of proper blood flow and oxygen
insufficient intake of oxygen
Lack of oxygen and interference with the oxygenation of the blood Can lead to unconsciousness
suffocation; anoxia with increase of carbon dioxide
Asphyxia is death or loss of consciousness caused by being unable to breathe properly. Death was due to asphyxia through smoke inhalation. = suffocation. death caused by not being able to breathe = suffocation (, from a- + sphyzein ). Lack of exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide due to respiratory failure or disturbance, resulting in insufficient brain oxygen, which leads to unconsciousness or death. Causes include strangulation, drowning, and carbon monoxide poisoning. Breathing in food or fluid can cause obstruction of the airway and pulmonary collapse. Emergency resuscitation usually includes cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Lack of oxygen due to trouble with breathing or poor oxygen supply in the air
Lack of sufficient oxygen and circulation of the blood resulting in possible brain damage and a loss of consciousness
autoerotic asphyxia
A form of sexual masochism in which oxygen flow to the brain is reduced, as by controlled strangulation or suffocation, in order to enhance the pleasure of masturbation





    [ as-'fik-sE-&, &s- ] (noun.) 1778. New Latin, from Ancient Greek ἀσφυξία (asphuxia, “stopping of the pulse”): ἀ- (“not”) + σφύξις (sphuxis, “heartbeat”) (from σφυγ-, σφύζω (sphuzō, “I throb”)).

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