arousable


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arousable

(əˈraʊzəbəl)
adj
able to be aroused
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Postoperative Sedative And Recovery Scores Sedation Awake and alert or tense: 4 Awake and not alert: 3 Drowsy: 2 Asleep: 1 Asleep and not arousable: 0 Orientation Fully oriented: 2 Partial disorientation: 1 Total disorientation: 0 Comprehension Execution of order: 2 Execution of order only by initiation: 1 No execution of order: 0 Amnesia No Amnesia: 3 Slight amnesia: 2 Moderate amnesia: 1 Severe amnesia: 0 The mean SOCA score was 8.7 [+ or -] 1.4.
The SDAT trial met its primary endpoint by identifying a safe dose of IV Dex that produced a mild arousable sedation, defined by a RASS2 score of -1.
On exam, he is somnolent but arousable and follows simple commands.
Sedation score in Group B were alert (Grade 0) intra-operatively whereas majority of patients in Group BS had Grade II sedation (sleepy but arousable).
Each time the VAS score was collected, the degree of sedation was determined according to a sedation score ranging from 0 to 2 (0 = alert, 1 = drowsy but arousable by voice, and 2 = very drowsy, but arousable by shaking.11 Patient satisfaction was measured using 5-point Likert Scale (very good, good, sufficient, poor, insufficient) at the end of the 24th hour.12
Her blood pressure dropped to 70/40 mmhg, pulse 90 b/min, patient was drowsy but arousable and started complaining of severe pain in sacral area.
Today morning on rounds, patient was sleeping but easily arousable with benign exam (the parents vehemently disputed that she was easily arousable).
The patient was slightly drowsy but arousable. Physical examination was unremarkable.
He was in visible respiratory distress and was lethargic, but arousable. He received a nebulizer treatment and was placed on a non-rebreather mask at 6 liters, after which his oxygen saturation rose to 99%.
1990 [11] as: I - awake alert, II - awake and drowsy, III - eyes closed but arousable to verbal commands, IV - eyes closed but arousable to mild physical stimulation, and V - eyes closed and unarousable.
None of the patients in studied groups required sedation intraoperatively, and they were comfortable through the surgery with arousable sedative effects.
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