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Others suffered anoxic brain injuries, which occur when the brain is cut off from oxygen.
But although Webb cannot easily see oxygen, its infrared eyes could excel at glimpsing signs of anoxic life.
The medical diagnosis is anoxic-ischemic encephalopathy.
Ninety percent of the Black Sea is anoxic, saturated by hydrogen sulfide.
During the escape, Maxwell suffered minor burns but severe smoke inhalation; respiratory failure; anoxic brain injury; acute hypoxic/toxic encephalopathy; and heart, liver and kidney injuries.
Some patients who suffer an anoxic brain injury -- in which the brain is deprived of oxygen -- require care to restore normal blood pressure and heartbeat, and to ensure a continuous supply of oxygen to the brain, Glatter said.
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