Apyrexial


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Ap`y`rex´i`al


a.1.(Med.) Relating to apyrexy.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He was apyrexial on admission and was ambulant, and most findings on clinical examination were unremarkable.
The patient became apyrexial two days after biantibiotic therapy Urinothorax resolved after pleural drainage and relief of the urinary tract obstruction (Figure 4).
On admission the infant was apyrexial, he had a pulse rate of 156 and appeared clinically well hydrated.
The patient was apyrexial, had a stable blood pressure of 125/80 mmHg with a heart rate of 80 beats per minute.
However, it had become painful, and she was now feeling unwell and tachycardic but remained apyrexial.
Tuboovarian abscess was felt unlikely to be the cause as the patient was apyrexial and inflammatory markers were normal.
During exit screening before boarding in Freetown and Casablanca, the case-patient was reported to have been apyrexial. Symptoms of fever and malaise began during the Casablanca to London flight.
On examination, he was apyrexial, with a normal cardiovascular examination.
She was apyrexial with no evidence of any localized features of erythema, swelling, redness, or skin changes around the affected hip.
On examination, he was apyrexial, with a blood pressure of 111/83 mmHg, a pulse of 88 beats per minute, and a respiratory rate of 18 breaths per minute.
The patient was apyrexial and normotensive with a tachycardia of 133 beats per minute and diaphoresis.
He was apyrexial and normotensive, with a normal respiratory rate.