1. Asphyxiation definition is - deprivation of oxygen that can result in unconsciousness and often death : an act of asphyxiating a person or animal or a state of asphyxia : suffocation
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2. [ suf″ŏ-ka´shun] the stoppage of breathing; called also Asphyxiation
3. Noun a lack of oxygen and excess of carbon dioxide in the blood, caused by impaired respiration or insufficient oxygen in the air; suffocation:The cause of death was severe Asphyxiation, apparently from smoke inhalation.
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4. Asphyxiation [æsˌfɪksɪˈeɪʃən] N → asfixia f Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co
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5. Asphyxiation, also known as suffocation, means to die from lack of oxygen
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6. Gangsters in crime movies are always practicing Asphyxiation, usually by holding a pillow over someone's head so …
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7. What is it? Erotic Asphyxiation (EA) is the official term for breath play
8. An asthma attack can also bring about Asphyxiation
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9. The condition of being unable to breathe, usually resulting in death: homicidal / accidental Asphyxiation The cause of death was Asphyxiation from smoke inhalation
10. Just identifying Asphyxiation in a murder …
11. We describe a case of suicidal Asphyxiation using a plastic bag combined with carbon dioxide (CO<sub>2</sub>) gas
12. Asphyxiation (Signs Of) Asphyxiation is a term that describes death that occurs due to the lack of oxygen
13. Source for information on Asphyxiation (Signs Of): World of Forensic Science dictionary.
14. Erotic Asphyxiation (variously called asphyxiophilia, hypoxyphilia or breath control play) is the intentional restriction of oxygen to the brain for the purposes of sexual arousal.The term autoerotic Asphyxiation is used when the act is done by a person to themselves
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15. The erotic interest in Asphyxiation is
16. Safety Advice and Special Considerations Sexual Asphyxiation is the act of choking someone for sexual pleasure
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17. Autoerotique Asphyxiation AKA asphyxiophilia is an often misunderstood sexual proclivity
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18. Synonyms for Asphyxiation in Free Thesaurus
19. 5 synonyms for Asphyxiation: suffocation, strangulation, throttling, suffocation, suffocation
20. What are synonyms for Asphyxiation?
21. The independent autopsy says Floyd died of "Asphyxiation from sustained pressure" when his neck and back were compressed by Minneapolis police officers during his …
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22. Autoerotic Asphyxiation alone is estimated to cause 250 to 1000 deaths per year in the U.S
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23. Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher said the autopsy showed Swetlik's death was a homicid e and the cause of her death was Asphyxiation
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24. An asphyxiant gas, also known as a simple asphyxiant, is a nontoxic or minimally toxic gas which reduces or displaces the normal oxygen concentration in breathing air.Breathing of oxygen-depleted air can lead to death by Asphyxiation (suffocation)
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25. One incidence of intimate partner non-fatal strangulation (NFS) significantly increases the risk of homicide by Asphyxiation (i.e., deprivation of oxygen resulting in death)
26. The implications of NFS are well examined but the prevalence and dyadic influences of Asphyxiation are less understood
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27. Coroner: Robin Williams Death Ruled Suicide by Asphyxiation
28. Faye Swetlik, the 6-year-old who was found dead after she went missing last week, died by Asphyxiation, a coroner announced on Tuesday
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29. The family autopsy stated "Asphyxiation from sustained pressure was the cause" of Floyd's death.
30. Asphyxiation • If Asphyxiation persists for long enough, the victim becomes unconscious, and then dies • The rate of development of Asphyxiation depends primarily on the circulation of blood through the brain; • To a much lesser extent it depends on the victim’s ability to breathe through the airway –
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31. Wiseman is regarded as an authority on erotic Asphyxiation in the S&M community
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32. One of the dangers of sexual Asphyxiation is that it can trigger a heart attack
33. Asphyxiation was long thought to be the cause of death of constrictors' prey, but recent studies have found that death occurs far too rapidly for it to be that alone
34. On 23 March 1969, six years after Plath's suicide by Asphyxiation from a gas stove, Assia Wevill committed suicide in the same way.
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35. Asphyxiation by a variety of methods is an increasingly common type of torture
36. The Asphyxiation is a result of strangling or hanging; Body positioning supports Asphyxiation as the cause of death; Asphyxiation death seemed accidental; Evidence proving that the hanging mechanism failed its function; Proof that the sexual activity was solitary; Proof of sexual fantasy materials (e.g
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37. Autoerotic Asphyxiation, breath play, strangling orgasm, etc
38. Aim: Food Asphyxiation is uncommon but unignorable cause of sudden death in the elderly
39. Resuscitation profiles and outcomes of food Asphyxiation victims presenting with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) to the emergency department, however, have rarely been reported.
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40. The state or process of being deprived of oxygen, which can result in unconsciousness or death; suffocation "the cause of death was Asphyxiation"
41. Inert gas Asphyxiation is a form of Asphyxiation which results from breathing a physiologically inert gas in the absence of oxygen, or a low amount of oxygen, rather than atmospheric air (which is largely composed of nitrogen and oxygen).
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43. Asphyxiation definition: Asphyxiation is a lack of oxygen in blood, which causes suffocation
44. Asphyxiation found in: Asphyxiation Hazard Instrument Supply Sign With Symbol NHE-31205, Portrait ANSI DANGER Asphyxiation Hazard Approved Respiratory.
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45. ‘The Asphyxiation caused to cattle due to inadvertent consumption of plastics was also showcased.’ ‘Asphyxiation by gas is definitely not to be found among them.’ ‘In large quantities, the gas could cause Asphyxiation.’ ‘In early 2001, he began surfing the Internet for information on strangulation and Asphyxiation.’
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46. Allecia Wilson, one of the pathologists who conducted the independent autopsy, said Monday afternoon that Floyd died as a result of mechanical Asphyxiation.
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What are the indications of asphyxiation?
Asphyxia is a special form of syncope resulting from partial or total suspension of respiration, as in strangulation, drowning, or inhalation of noxious gases. Synonyms: apathy, coma, fainting, insensibility, lethargy, stupefaction, stupor, swoon, swooning, syncope, torpor, unconsciousness.
Definition of asphyxia. 1 : a lack of oxygen or excess of carbon dioxide in the body that results in unconsciousness and often death and is usually caused by interruption of breathing or inadequate oxygen supply.
Definition of asphyxiate. transitive verb. : to cause asphyxia in : to kill, suspend animation in, or make unconscious through want of adequate oxygen, presence of noxious agents, or other obstruction to normal breathing The murder victim was asphyxiated.