shivering


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shivering

[′shiv·ə·riŋ]
(materials)
Cracks and scales on a pottery glaze caused by unequal contraction during cooling.

shivering

The splintering that occurs in a fired glass or ceramic coating owing to critical compressive stresses.
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Acetaminophen, such as Tylenol which is a pain reliever and a fever reducer, its intake during surgery may reduce the incidence of postoperative shivering.
This study was designed to assess the effectiveness of magnesium sulphate when given prophylactically in the control of shivering.
He was shivering from head to toe and he was in total shock DIANE BRANNAN NEVILLE*X27;S DAUGHTER
Conclusion: Intravenous administration of 08 mg of Intravenous Ondansetron prior to subarachnoid block, is effective in decreasing frequency of shivering.
Around 10 to 15 minutes of shivering produced as big a rise in irisin as an hour of moderate exercise, the scientists found.
This study aimed to test the hypothesis that pretreatment with intravenous granisetron would be effective in reducing postoperative shivering after spinal anaesthesia in children aged two to five years.
Parishioners are appealing to warm-hearted Coventry folk to help put an end to their shivering.
Margaret Evans' son was driving along the top of Bargoed mountain when he spotted the white terrier shivering in the cold.
He said: "It is terrible to think people could be shivering at home when there is help at hand.
Shivering stops; muscles tighten; experience mental confusion and unconsciousness.
Lead researcher Dr Valery Nakariakov said: 'The closest analogy is the attack of shivering we suffer having a severe cold or fever.