Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
But I'd be willing to bet she had an allergic shock reaction, which was why she couldn't run away.
More serious reactions reported include heart and lung failure and allergic shock.
The virus itself invokes allergic shock in most people it infects.
Some people are allergic to certain anesthetics; they will have an allergic shock.
Twenty-seven had been in the bottom rank, and a shot of adrenaline would have brought him out, if it had been allergic shock.
Being in a deep allergic shock to olivium ore was not going to pass quickly, even when the olivium was removed from the equation.
The study, to be outlined at the meeting today by Harvard's Dr. John Wade, involved 199 people who develop allergic shock when they exercise.
An average of 20 people die each year from their stings, around half due to allergic shock, the others asphyxiation after being stung in the mouth or throat.
Nationwide, according to the National Center for Health Statistics, 34 people died from untreated allergic shock in 1988, the most recent year for which figures are available.
And a study of 28,130 children given acetaminophen failed to find such serious side effects as kidney failure or allergic shock, which in rare cases can result from aspirin use.
The academy's president, Dr. Albert Sheffer of the Harvard Medical School, was co-author of the largest study to date of exercise-induced allergic shock, which was first recognized in 1969.
Zombie number twenty seven might have been allergic to one or the other, although there was no such indication in his med records; his contact-button gave all the symptoms of allergic shock before he died.
One minute he's in allergic shock, and dying from it because his body's too weak and infected and poisoned to fight back-and the next- Pulse firm, respiration regular, pupillary reactions normal, skin tone improving.
Most of the hunters suffered congestion, hives, asthma, sneezing, runny noses and swollen eyelids and lips, but one was a state deer checker who went into allergic shock after cutting his hand on a tag he placed on a deer.