⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'Kussmaul's' von Englisch nach Deutsch
Kussmaul's sign [also: Kussmaul sign]
Kußmaul-Zeichen {n}
Kussmaul's sign [also: Kussmaul sign]
Kußmaul'sches Zeichen {n}
Kussmaul's / Kussmaul respiration
Kußmaul-Atmung {f}
Kussmaul's / Kussmaul (paradoxical) pulse [Pulsus paradoxus]
kußmaulscher Puls {m} [paradoxer Puls]
Kussmaul's / Kussmaul (paradoxical) pulse [Pulsus paradoxus]
Kußmaul'scher Puls {m} [paradoxer Puls]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The triad includes hypotension, jugular vein distension, and muffled heart sounds. Kussmaul's sign and pulsus paradoxus may also be seen.
  • With Adolf Kussmaul (1822–1902), Maier provided the first comprehensive description of periarteritis nodosa, a condition sometimes referred to as "Kussmaul-Maier disease".
  • Adolf Kussmaul was fascinated by sword swallowers who would insert a sword down their throat without gagging.
  • His father-in-law was renowned German physician, Adolf Kussmaul (1822–1902).
  • The company that became Delphi was founded by Wes Kussmaul as Kussmaul Encyclopedia in 1981 and featured an encyclopedia, e-mail, and a primitive chat.
  • In 1877, German physician Adolph Kussmaul described children who were able to speak normally but often refused to as having a disorder he named "aphasia voluntaria".
  • The high-ranking performances of his Second Violin Concerto with Rainer Kussmaul and the American violinist Oleg Kryssa in Weimar as well as his own interpretations found great resonance among Japanese experts, at the Kirishima Festival, in Tokyo and Osaka, among others.
  • Kussmaul's sign is named after the German doctor who first described it, Adolph Kussmaul (1822-1902). He is also credited with describing Kussmaul breathing.
  • Kussmaul breathing is named for Adolph Kussmaul, the 19th century German doctor who first noted it among patients with advanced diabetes mellitus.
  • They differ from Kussmaul respirations in that the Kussmaul pattern is one of consistent very deep breathing at a normal or increased rate.
  • The book also included treatises written by Adolph Kussmaul, Adolf Tenner and Albrecht von Graefe.
  • Desiring more musical freedom at age 20, Kashimoto moved to Freiburg to continue his studies with Professor Rainer Kussmaul, former concertmaster of the Berlin Philharmonic, at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik, from which he graduated in 2005.
  • It is owned and operated by Raymond L. Kussmaul who also owns the Kussmaul Honey Farm, hence the name of the airport.
  • Abnormal breathing patterns include Kussmaul breathing, Biot's respiration and Cheyne–Stokes respiration.
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