SICD

(redirected from Sudden In-Custody Death)
AcronymDefinition
SICDSubcutaneous Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator
SICDSoftware Interface Control Document
SICDSequenced Inventory of Communication Development
SICDSensor Independent Complex Data
SICDSudden In-Custody Death (syndrome)
SICDSpiral Initial Capabilities Document
SICDSystem Interface Control Document
SICDSecondary Item Control Division (Army field support command)
SICDSI (Système International d'Unités) Chemical Data (Wiley publication)
SICDStress Induced Cell Death (cell biology)
SICDStudent Investment Club Delft (Delft, Netherlands)
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For mentally ill young men, especially, abruptly stopping a psychotropic medication can be lethal.1 Under such circumstances, excited delirium syndrome (EDS), also known as sudden in-custody death syndrome and Bell's mania, can occur, warranting your careful observation.
Taser electronic control devices and sudden in-custody death; separating evidence from conjecture.
Other pre-existing physical conditions also can contribute to sudden in-custody death. Any condition that impairs breathing under normal conditions will put a subject at a higher risk of respiratory failure when a situation escalates to the point that hog-tied restraint must be employed.
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