Cryostasis (clathrate hydrates)
... Living tissues cooled below the freezing point of water
are damaged by the dehydration of the cells as ... is lower than the vapor pressure of the solute water
in the surrounding cells and as heat is removed ... ice crystals grow between the cells, extracting water
As the ice crystals grow, the volume ...
... • Inertial fusion power plant • Pressurized water
reactor • Boiling water
reactor • Generation IV reactor • Fast ... • Sodium-cooled fast reactor • Supercritical water
reactor • Very high temperature reactor • ...
... to ensure the tube is not in the lungs. In adults, small amounts of warm water
or saline are administered and via a siphoning action removed again. In ... , hypoxia , bradycardia , epistaxis , hyponatremia , hypochloremia , water
intoxication , or mechanical injury to the stomach.
... individual with dysphagia will aspirate while they are drinking.
There are several levels of consistency.
Thin liquids: Unthickened, such as water
Nectar thickened: Approximately as thick as a milkshake. Should pour in a continuous stream without "breaking" into drops.
... of wood" means methanol , often derived from the destructive distillation of wood
Nalewka - An infusion is a water
or oil based extract with similar historical uses to a tincture.
Elixir - A pharmaceutical preparation containing an active ingredient that is ...