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Synonyms for fatigue

Synonyms for fatigue

the condition of being extremely tired

to diminish the strength and energy of

Synonyms for fatigue

temporary loss of strength and energy resulting from hard physical or mental work

used of materials (especially metals) in a weakened state caused by long stress

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(always used with a modifier) boredom resulting from overexposure to something

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labor of a nonmilitary kind done by soldiers (cleaning or digging or draining or so on)

lose interest or become bored with something or somebody

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Smith said the organization immediately recognized this was far too many to avoid alert fatigue.
Other conditions are monitored behind the scenes to minimize alert fatigue, she says.
The approach at the core of AlertSpace--the ability to customize and localize alerts, and monitor that customization with triggers from FDB content updates--is one aspect of a multi-pronged strategic imperative for addressing alert fatigue underway at FDB.
At FDB, we recognize that alert fatigue is clearly an issue preventing greater satisfaction with CDS tools including our own," says Dorn.
These intelligent order sets combine all known patient data, remove redundancies and contraindications, and return only the most relevant orderables, at the point of care, reducing alert fatigue and improving clinician adoption.
Unveiled at HIMSS10 (Booth #5501), Medi-Span Clinical delivers enhanced content, features and functionality that reduce alert fatigue, drive meaningful use of EMRs
In addition to addressing the problem of documentation, the VictorOps Transmogrifier helps to quiet noisy alarms and decrease overall alert fatigue, a concern for nearly all DevOps teams.
Despite the fact that it is a well-known pitfall, hospitals are still plagued with alert fatigue 21
For instance, warning messages - after the fact - that a dose might not be appropriate can contribute to alert fatigue, a problem too often associated with clinical decision support.