arousable


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arousable

(əˈraʊzəbəl)
adj
able to be aroused
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None of the patients in studied groups required sedation intraoperatively, and they were comfortable through the surgery with arousable sedative effects.
His attention was arousable, but his concentration was impaired.
The birds were easily arousable and responded appropriately (vocalized, attempted to bite) if manipulated.
The following morning, the patient's wife found him obtunded (experiencing reduced consciousness) but arousable.
The main symptoms in children are severe anemia, metabolic acidosis, hypoglycemia and coma initially arousable which becomes unarousable later.
The researchers point out that sleep usually involves 90-minute cycles of brain activity during which there are periods when the brain is in the most arousable state and if a person is woken during such a period, they will feel more refreshed than if they are woken during a deeper part of the sleep cycle.
Table 1: Sedation Score Score Degree of Sedation 1 Fully awake and oriented 2 Drowsy 3 Eyes closed but arousable to command 4 Eyes closed but arousable to mild physical stimulation 5 Eyes closed but unarousable to mild physical stimulation Table 2: Demographic variables of the patients in the two groups Group I Group II Number 30 30 Age (yrs) 57.
However, the medical records indicated that Elisabeth was not wide awake at the time of extubation; rather, she was arousable.
These grooming sessions left him pleasant and arousable for about one hour.
He became drowsy but arousable two days after admission.