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Antonyms for afebrile

having no fever

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Importantly, the patient was apyrexial on examination, and fever is a very common finding with CCHF.
Nutritional support was continued through TPN infusion via Right Internal jugular vein CVC and patient remained apyrexial. The patient was shifted to high dependency unit (SITU) after 1 week and finally discharged from the hospital 10 days later.
The patient became apyrexial on this antibiotic therapy, which was prescribed for one month.
Patient was apyrexial, showed normal blood pressure (130/80 mmHg), tachycardia (110 bpm) and 97% Sa[O.sub.2] on room air.
The patient was systemically well and apyrexial, with a slightly elevated white cell count with neutrophilia.
A source for her septicaemia was not identified and she was discharged home after she had remained apyrexial for 48 h.
On examination she was apyrexial, with a blood pressure of 140/123 mmHg and a pulse rate of 113 beats/min.
On clinical examination she was apyrexial, tachycardic, and tachypnoeic, and had generalised abdominal percussion tenderness.
Physical examination showed the patient to be hemodynamically stable and apyrexial. The left shoulder was obviously swollen and with a decreased range of motion.
On examination he was apyrexial but pale and tachycardic with a pulse rate of 110 beats per minute, blood pressure of 120/60mmHg, respiratory rate of 20 respirations per minute and oxygen saturations of 93% on room air.
By day 5, after intravenous antibiotics and analgesia, the patient had been asymptomatic and apyrexial for 24 hours and was discharged.
On examination he was apyrexial, with a tachycardia of 100 bpm.
The patient is apyrexial, systemically well and even if the lids can be extremely swollen, the globe appears normal, white, with no limitation of ocular movements or double vision.
The patient was apyrexial and had no lower limb swelling or tenderness.