Between Coma And Consciousness is a music studio album recording by KLAR (Psychedelic/Space Rock/Progressive Rock) released in 2002 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette.
Between Coma and Consciousness.
Stream of Consciousness is a concept album by the Italian progressive power metal band Vision Divine. The album was released in 2004 on Metal Blade Records. All music written by Olaf Thörsen (Magnani) and Oleg Smirnoff. All vocal melodies written by Fabio Lione (Tordiglione) except tracks 6, 8,9,10 & 14, written by Michele Luppi. All lyrics written by Olaf Thörsen. Chapter I: Stream of Unconsciousness" (0:59). Chapter II: The Secret Of Life" (5:09). Chapter III: Colours Of My World" (7:25).
LOSS OF CONSCIOUSNESS A partial or complete loss of consciousness with interruption of awareness of oneself and ones surroundings . As the coma deepens, the EEG device will eventually show a flat line instead of a wave – this stage is considered to be the turning point between a living brain and a deceased brain.
Common Causes of Coma or Impaired Consciousness. For coma or impaired consciousness of any cause, the scale is used because it is a relatively reliable, objective measure of the severity of unresponsiveness and can be used serially for monitoring. The scale assigns points based on responses to stimuli. Eye opening, facial grimacing, and purposeful withdrawal of limbs from a noxious stimulus indicate that consciousness is not greatly impaired.
Presents an international perspective. Besides diagnostic, prognostic and ethical issues, this book describes well-established techniques and procedures, and also techniques under development. New chapters include consciousness theories, issues relating to long-term care, and neuromodulation treatments.
Between these two extremes, there are several altered levels of consciousness, ranging from confusion to coma, each with its own definition. A Neurological Explanation of Our Consciousness. Altered Level of Consciousness (ALOC). Altered or abnormal levels of consciousness describe states in which a person either has decreased cognitive function or cannot be easily aroused. The Glasgow Coma Scale uses a score to identify the level of consciousness, from 1 to 15, with 15 being a normal state of consciousness. A Word From Verywell. There are also psychological terms used to describe consciousness (fully aware of one's intentions), in contrast to the subconscious (often describes deeper intentions), and preconscious (related to memory).
But what about uncontrolled coma - the sometimes permanent loss of consciousness that occurs in cases of severe brain injury? Preface: Defining Altered States of Consciousness. And it works - so long as we're willing to take people's self-reports of their conscious states seriously as criteria. Without that willingness, there's no point in even doing the study.