Somewhat smaller doses than those given in pyrexia should be employed.
For example, in patients with severe lung disease a pyrexia or high carbohydrate diet may result in respiratory acidosis.
pyrexia of unknown origin or hypertension.
Aspirin (in adults) and ibuprofen (in children) are the only nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs licensed to treat pyrexia.
In 1994 her persisting symptoms expanded to include intermittent pyrexia.
Baby T also had pyrexia (high temperature ), and he would have been concerned if he had known that at the time.
maternal pyrexia associated with the use of epidural analgesia in labor.
The individual concerned showed transient pyrexia, flu-like symptoms and sinusitis, but after antibiotic treatment made a full recovery.
The usual signs of infection (e.g. pyrexia, leucocytosis) may be absent and infection surveillance must be rigorous.
pyrexia in apparently healthy patients in these circumstances.
Clinical antecedents linked with this type of injury include maternal pyrexia, prolonged preterm rupture of membranes and maternal leucocytosis.
They can present as a pyrexia of unknown origin or hypertension.
Baby T also had pyrexia (high temperature), and he would have been concerned if he had known that at the time.
Maternal pyrexia associated with the use of epidural analgesia in labor.
It is common for dialysis to precipitate pyrexia in apparently healthy patients in these circumstances.
The MEFV gene carries the instructions for production of a protein called pyrin, named for pyrexia, a medical term for fever.
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