pyrexia


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pyrexia

[pī′rek·sē·ə]
(medicine)
Elevation of temperature above the normal; fever.
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The effect of different drugs on rectal temperature in baker's yeast-induced pyrexia model in rats is as shown in Table 4.
Hematological profile in pyrexia of unknown origin: role of bone marrow trephine biopsy vis-a-vis aspiration.
One week later, he developed a swinging pyrexia, which failed to settle, despite changing the vascular catheters, resampling the sputum and urine, taking numerous random blood cultures, and commencing directed therapy for Candida albicans in a tracheal aspirate and empirical meropenem.
In this study, the most common treatment-emergent adverse events (incidence greater than or equal to 25%) in patients treated with Halaven were fatigue, neutropenia, nausea, alopecia, constipation, peripheral neuropathy, abdominal pain, and pyrexia, which was consistent with the known side-effect profile of Halaven.
On admission to tertiary care, an aetiological differential diagnosis for the pyrexia of unknown origin (PUO) [1] (Table 2) included retropharyngeal abscess, Lemierre's syndrome, HIV seroconversion, and adult onset Still's disease (AOSD).
They were also advised to inform the unit if there be any complication especially abdominal pain excessive vaginal bleeding pyrexia or vaginal discharge10.
Normal temperature was recorded using digital thermometer and then pyrexia was induced in all animals by injecting 20% aqueous suspension of Brewer's yeast (10 ml/kg s.
In emergency C/section group 24 patients had blood transfusion, 8 had puerperal pyrexia and 7 had PPH.
Dushyant D et al4 study reported that puerperal pyrexia and sepsis are highly preventable problems occurring among the leading causes of maternal morbidity and mortality not only in the developing countries but also in developed countries as well.
Coverage includes an introduction to medical diagnosis; critical illness; cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, and neurological presentations; miscellaneous presentations such as frequency of micturition, hematuria, joint pain or swelling, back pain, pyrexia of unknown origin, anemia, and skin rash; and biochemical abnormalities.