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afebrile

[¦ā¦fēb‚ril]
(medicine)
Without fever.
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At admission, she was afebrile and exhibited orthopnea and dyspnea.
Antibiotic prophylaxis for bacterial infections in afebrile neutropenic patients following chemotherapy.
Furthermore, this strategy resulted in a potential comprehensive use of antifungals if we compare with the classical empiric antifungal strategy, and antifungal therapy was started in two afebrile patients, both with IMD.
Inclusion criteria is the 1st episode of afebrile seizures, age group 6 months-16 years and exclusion criteria is past h/o seizures, seizures with fever, meningitis, encephalitis, CNS malformations.
Those with age less than 3months or greater than 72 months, afebrile seizures, CNS infections, developmental delay, electrolyte imbalance, known cases of inborn error of metabolism and known cases of chronic diseases were excluded.
Acute epiploic appendagitis may clinically mimic acute diverticulitis or acute appendicitis, as patients frequently present with acute onset, lower-quadrant pain though they are commonly afebrile and without leukocytosis.
The patient was afebrile without leukocytosis throughout the hospital course and was discharged with clinic follow-up after 3 days of post-operative evaluation.
He promptly improved after 6 days of antibacterial therapy, remained afebrile with improvement of nausea and vomiting, and continued antibiotics for an additional week after discharge.
trachomatis is the bacteria most commonly found as a cause of afebrile pneumonia in infants (5,9-13) and it is the most common sexually transmitted disease reported in the United States, with prevalence among pregnant women between 2 and 37% (5,9).
Physical examination revealed an ill-appearing and afebrile woman with hypotension (blood pressure: 70/40 mmHg).
This patient should become afebrile within 24-36 hours" if it's drug fever, said Dr.