PRONUNCIATION OF E-THROMBOSIS
GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF E-THROMBOSIS
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WHAT DOES E-THROMBOSIS MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Definition of e-thrombosis in the English dictionary
The definition of e-thrombosis in the dictionary is a clot in the bloodstream caused by long periods spent being physically inactive at a computer.
ENGLISH WORDS THAT BEGIN LIKE E-THROMBOSIS
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Translation of «e-thrombosis» into 20 languages
TRANSLATION OF E-THROMBOSIS
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Translator English - Chinese
1,325 millions of speakers
Translator English - Spanish
550 millions of speakers
Translator English - English
510 millions of speakers
Translator English - Hindi
380 millions of speakers
Translator English - Arabic
- تخثر البريد
280 millions of speakers
Translator English - Russian
278 millions of speakers
Translator English - Portuguese
270 millions of speakers
Translator English - French
220 millions of speakers
Translator English - German
180 millions of speakers
Translator English - Japanese
130 millions of speakers
Translator English - Korean
85 millions of speakers
Translator English - Vietnamese
e- huyết khối
80 millions of speakers
Translator English - Italian
65 millions of speakers
Translator English - Polish
e - zakrzepica
50 millions of speakers
Translator English - Ukrainian
40 millions of speakers
Translator English - Romanian
e - tromboză
30 millions of speakers
Translator English - Greek
e - θρόμβωση
15 millions of speakers
Translator English - Afrikaans
e - trombose
14 millions of speakers
Translator English - Swedish
10 millions of speakers
Translator English - Norwegian
e - trombose
5 millions of speakers
Trends of use of e-thrombosis
TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «E-THROMBOSIS»
The term «e-thrombosis» is barely ever used and occupies the 210.650
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «E-THROMBOSIS»
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Differential Diagnosis in Ultrasound Imaging: A Teaching Atlas
... the diameter of the vessel. The lumen of the vein will remain normal only in
cases of old thrombosis. VF = femoral vein; VSM = greater saphenous vein. e
Thrombosis of the vena cava (VC): localized engorgement of the vena cava (
Guenter Schmidt, 2011
Reduced or altered flow Immobility Seated immobility thrombosis (SIT) syndrome:
travellers thrombosis, e-thrombosis Previous venous thromboembolism Surgery
Trauma Prothrombotic changes Increasing age Pregnancy and the puerperium ...
A. Victor Hoffbrand, Daniel Catovsky, Edward G. D. Tuddenham, 2011
Bailey & Love's Short Practice of Surgery
Recently the term 'e-thrombosis' has been used to describe blood clots occurring
in people sitting at their computers for long periods of time. Deep vein thrombosis
has also been recognised as a complication of long-haul flights.
Norman S. Williams, Christopher J. K. Bulstrode, P. Ronan O'Connell, 2008
Manual of Cardiovascular Medicine
Therapy E. Thrombosis. a. Medical therapy. Mild hemolytic anemia can be
managed with iron, folic acid supplement, erythropoietin stimulants and, if
needed, blood transfusion. -Blockade and blood pressure control may reduce
the severity ...
Brian P. Griffin, 2012
Boundaries in an Overconnected World: Setting Limits to ...
Page 86 Eyestrain, back and joint issues, carpal tunnel syndrome, and e-
thrombosis: For more on e-thrombosis, see www.take-time-out.info/e-thrombosis.
html. Page 90 93 percent of American children between twelve and seventeen:
Anne Katherine, 2013
Causation, Chance and Credence
In the version of the example where the reverse is true in the total population of
women, Eells concludes, "in the whole population, C (contraceptive-taking) is
negative for E (thrombosis)." I have been reluctant to adopt this proposal for a
B. Skyrms, W.L. Harper, 1988
PATHOLOGY AND NUTRITION ...A Guide for Professionals
E. THROMBOSIS *the formation or presence of a thrombus ( blood clot); when it
affects the superficial veins it is called Thrombophlebitis; when it affects the deep
veins it is called Deep Vein Thrombosis *Phlebitis means venous inflammation ...
Liliana Stadler Mitrea, MD (Eur), ND
Manual of Intensive Care Medicine
Approximately 50% of patients with HAT require retransplantation. iv. Can also
present less acutely with bile duct ischemia resulting in anastomotic bile leak or
diffuse intrahepatic small duct stric- tures/bilomas. e. Thrombosis of portal vein or
Richard S. Irwin, James M. Rippe, 2012
Vascular Surgery: Cases, Questions and Commentaries
A. Thrombosis of the crural veins B. Thrombosis of the femoral veins C.
Thrombosis of the iliac and femoral veins D. Thrombosis of the superficial femoral
artery E. Thrombosis of the external iliac and superficial femoral arteries Blood
George Geroulakos, Bauer Sumpio, 2011
Crash Course Nervous System
Episode of hypotension (shock) lasting 2 hours. e. Thrombosis of the left middle
cerebral artery. Which ONE of the following is true? Intracerebral haemorrage: a.
Is the commonest cause of stroke in adults. b. Typically results from a rupture of ...
Jenny Ross, 2012
7 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «E-THROMBOSIS»
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is used in the context of the following news items.
Gamer's Thrombosis: Could Playing Video Games For Too Long Be …
Then came the term "E-thrombosis," when it was recognized that sitting at a computer could lead to DVT, and now, there's "gamer's thrombosis," ... «Huffington Post, Dec 13»
Gamer's Thrombosis: How Playing Too Long Could Be Deadly
Then came the term "E-thrombosis," when it was recognized that sitting at a computer could lead to DVT, and now, there's "gamer's thrombosis," ... «LiveScience.com, Dec 13»
IT employees at greater risk of e-Thrombosis
Doctors say that those who sit in front of the computers for long periods, without a break, can suffer from e-Thrombosis or Electronic Deep Vein ... «The New Indian Express, Aug 13»
Why standing up can prevent DVT
The phenomenon even has its own name, e-thrombosis, coined by a group of doctors in New Zealand led by Professor Richard Beasley. «Express.co.uk, Aug 11»
How sitting at a desk for too long could give you a deadly blood clot
While the incidence of e-thrombosis is not yet known, it's estimated that the average person in Britain spends 12 hours a day immobile, looking ... «Daily Mail, Jul 11»
Computer staff 'at greater risk of DVT than flyers'
This so-called "e-thrombosis" follows the trend for increasingly sedentary jobs and longer working hours. Some employees are unable to ... «Daily Mail, Mar 07»
Computer use linked to deep vein thrombosis
... after a 12-hour stint in front of his screen in what is believed to be one of the first cases in the UK of a phenomenon dubbed e-thrombosis. «PersonnelToday.com, May 06»
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