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afebrile

[¦ā¦fēb‚ril]
(medicine)
Without fever.
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rickettsii-infected adult ticks that had fed for 48 hours on rabbits, guinea pigs remained afebrile and seronegative when the ticks fed for <5 minutes (Table 3).
The 66 afebrile patients and 26 febrile patients shared common characteristics with respect to height, weight, gestational age, and age.
On examination, his oxygen saturations are 90%, he is afebrile, and he has diffuse coarse airway sounds and expiratory wheezes.
At the time of catheter removal the patient was afebrile and the insertion sites showed no signs of inflammation.
This patient should become afebrile within 24-36 hours" if it's drug fever, said Dr.
During the hospital course the patient remained afebrile and asymptomatic.
He became afebrile on the first postoperative day, and the C-reactive protein promptly decreased to 31 mg/l on postoperative day 12.
The person is being treated with anti-influenza drugs Oseltamivir and Afebrile.
Seventy-four percent of Caldolor treated patients became afebrile by the end of first dosing interval.