consciousness

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the condition of being aware

Synonyms for consciousness

an alert cognitive state in which you are aware of yourself and your situation

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Clinical Features of CVT associated with Pregnancy Clinical Features Number of Patients Headache * < 24 hours duration 22 (77.3%) * > 24 hours duration 8 (26.7%) Seizures * Grand mal seizures 13 (43.3%) * Partial seizures 5 (16.7%) Visual disturbances 8 (26.7%) Altered level of consciousness 6 (20%) Papilloedema 16 (53.3%) Focal Neurological Deficits * Hemiparesis 3 (10%) Cranial Nerve Palsies * 7th cranial nerve 1 (3.3%) Table 5.
Altered level of consciousness and hypotension are significantly associated with outcome in the present study with a p value of less than 0.05.
acute or fluctuating onset, inattention, disorganized thinking and altered level of consciousness) and it is a 10-item, observer-rated scale based both on DSM-IV and on symptoms drawn from previous clinical research.
First, if a patient arrives at a medical facility with an altered level of consciousness, approved healthcare providers could access a list of the patient's prescription medications to evaluate the possibility of a pre-existing medical condition that may be cause for their presentation.
A mantra is used in Eastern meditation to empty the mind of all thoughts and feelings in order to reach a mental void of 'pure consciousness', an altered level of consciousness, with the purpose of finding God at the centre.
Respiratory difficulty, altered level of consciousness and muscle weakness are associated with major toxicity.
Altered level of consciousness (anything other than "alert").
He had been previously seen at a private hospital, where he had been receiving treatment for oliguria, an altered level of consciousness, and a biochemical profile consistent with renal failure.
An altered level of consciousness combined with increasing cognitive impairment can be caused by delirium.