agitation


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Synonyms for agitation

Synonyms for agitation

the condition of being physically agitated

an interruption of regular procedure or of public peace

Synonyms for agitation

a state of agitation or turbulent change or development

the feeling of being agitated

disturbance usually in protest

the act of agitating something

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Shibata15 suggested that the residue sevoflurane may be correlated with agitation or that the sevoflurane internal effect led to this fact.
Citalopram, a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI), has been proposed as a safer alternative to antipsychotic drugs for agitation and aggression in dementia patients.
A total of 30,000 electricity employees besides another 20,000 contract workers from coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema joined the anti-bifurcation agitation that has been sweeping Seemandhra since the Congress Working Committee (CWC) decision on July 30 to carve out a separate Telangana State.
Appropriate assessment of agitation is needed to minimize the risk of overlooking an underlying medical illness and/or using restraints unnecessarily (Knox & Holloman, 2012; Wilson, Pepper, Currier, Holloman, & Feifel, 2012).
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and melatonin--although well tolerated--don't reduce agitation (SOR: B, extrapolated data from systematic reviews of aCTs).
Genesis Process Solutions, the agents for Krause in the UK and Ireland, also developed an agitation system to go underneath the bins using 'pushers' to agitate the flexible cone to ensure good mass flow.
Loxapine, noted for its excellent receptor-binding attributes and positive side-effect profile, is likely to be a preferred antipsychotic of physicians treating agitation.
Fresh from celebrating Independence Day the agitation began on 16 August national flags and patriotic song became a part of the narrative that Hazare was going to write against the anti-corruption discourse in the country.
The text along with the cartoon that appears in chapter eight on page 153 of the NCERT text book suggested that the success of the anti-Hindi agitation of 1965 added to the DMK's popularity.
A] receptor inhibitors, given five minutes before the end of strabismus surgery may reduce the incidence of emergence agitation after sevoflurane anaesthesia in children.
The main opposition Maoist, which had called off its indefinite strike on Friday following intense pressure from national and international community, changed its agitation strategy.
The book is divided into three distinct parts: the first is mainly concerned with the historiography of Whiteboyism, the second deals in detail with agitation in Roscommon over a period of some fifty years and the third part contextualises Roscommon agitation in a Thompsonian moral economy framework.
In light of recent findings, antipsychotic treatment of dementia-related agitation is being re-evaluated," says Maurizio Fava, MD, Vice Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at MGH.
Solution agitation of the copper-plating electrolyte may be accomplished with air agitation, eductors, solution impingement or cathode bar movement.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Rates of postanesthesia agitation did not differ among children emerging from the effects of anesthesia for MRI, regardless of whether their parents were present, according to a study of 79 children.