asthenia


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  • noun

Synonyms for asthenia

an abnormal loss of strength

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Denktas was hospitalized again on January 8 after experiencing diarrhea and asthenia.
The presence of laboratory exams, as muscle enzymes, analysed 3 months prior to the appearance of the asthenia, is due to the fact that the patient was the owner of a medical laboratory and thus she used to take a complete check up including a large range of laboratory exams every 6 months.
Mary Ellen Worrall died of cancer and asthenia on December 22, 1923, at 1b Raddlebarn Road, but Mrs Fynn always understood she had died in Selly Oak Hospital, so why is this not mentioned?
Adverse events reported in >30% of renal, cardiac or liver transplant patients receiving CellCept (in combination with cyclosporine and corticosteroids) were pain, fever, headache, asthenia, anemia, leucopenia (patients should be monitored for neutropenia; dosing should be interrupted or the dose reduced if neutropenia develops), thrombocytopenia, leukocytosis, urinary tract infection, hypertension, hypotension, peripheral edema, hypercholesteremia, hypokalemia, hyperglycemia, creatinine, BUN and cough increased, hypomagnesemia, diarrhea, constipation, nausea, vomiting, respiratory infection, dyspnea, lung disorder, pleural effusion, tremor and insomnia.
Clinical signs included asthenia, anorexia, nausea, myalgia, headache, bilateral conjunctivitis, and arthralgia that was particularly intense in shoulders and elbows, left ankle, and left wrists, which suggested tenosynovitis.
This study reports the case of a woman with severe asthenia and very high blood levels of creatine phosphokinase and lactate dehydrogenase.
The dangerously amusing spell-check on my computer renders their names as Galantine and Asthenia, and I am sure that one day someone's inadequate command of that "Ignore" key will immortalize those names in print.
The most common TEAE in the elderly cognition group was asthenia (7.
Sujal Mandavia, the clinical assistant professor of emergency medicine at USC, describes the effects of breathing hydrogen sulfide on the Web site eMedicine: ``Chronic low-level exposure results primarily in irritation to mucous membranes and the respiratory system,'' which produces headaches, asthenia, bronchitis, conjunctivitis and wheezing.
Indeed, based upon the favorable effects of recombinant epoetin alfa (Procrit) on cognitive function, quality of life, and asthenia in a small, randomized, double-blind pilot study, a much larger clinical trial is already underway, according to Dr.
Based upon the favorable effects of recombinant epoetin alfa (Procrit) on cognitive function, quality of life, and asthenia in a small pilot study, a much larger clinical trial is underway, according to Dr.