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febrile

of or relating to fever; feverish
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Consequently, when a pathogen was detected in febrile patients, it was systematically and automatically considered as the cause of fever (7).
A total of 218 samples from patients attending the nearest health posts in Ibel and Thiokoye villages during October 2012 were also tested during surveillance of acute febrile illnesses.
Cancer patients often undergo intense and frequent chemotherapy, making them vulnerable to severe or febrile neutropenia and its consequences, such as infection.
A new study in rats, however, indicates that prolonged fever-induced convulsions, or febrile seizures, cause long-lasting changes in the brain, perhaps rendering it more prone to epilepsy.
In conclusion, the incidence of TBRF and the proportion of borreliosis cases among febrile patients in Senegal is very high and, in at least 1 region (Niakhar), exceeds that of malaria.
Thirty percent of patients surveyed experienced an infection as a result of chemotherapy, 45 percent of which were associated with neutropenia or febrile neutropenia (FN) according to findings from a pan-European patient and nurse survey presented today at the 7th Annual European Oncology Nursing Society (EONS) Spring Convention.
This study shows that fever per se is not a risk factor for fetal death, and furthermore lends support to the suggestion that common febrile infections are infrequent causes of miscarriage," the researchers said.
RAWALPINDI -- Punjab government has introduced a vaccine called 'Pneumococcal' across the Punjab province aimed at protecting children from 9 lethal diseases like pneumonia, meningitis, sepsis, febrile bacteraemia and arthritis.
I also worked on an ongoing research project examining the causes of febrile illness.
About Febrile Neutropenia One of the most common side effects of myelosuppressive chemotherapy is a low white blood cell count.
The authors point out that the previously used, whole-cell pertussis vaccine (DTP) had been associated with an increase in febrile seizures, but conclude that DTaP is not associated with acute seizure events.
The second strain (FSL2923) was isolated in 2006 from a 59-year-old febrile man in Yurimaguas, Peru (11).