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to cease sleeping

to induce or elicit (a reaction or emotion)

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To facilitate precise documentation and standardization of care, predetermine and define terminology to describe the spectrum of consciousness (alert and awake, sedated and cooperative, asleep and easily arousable, asleep but slow to arouse to name, arousable only to pain, unarousable).
and found her to be arousable and her vital signs to be stable.
Neurological: Intermittently awake and able to answer questions alternating with somnolence and arousable only to extreme stimuli.
He was markedly somnolent, arousable only to painful stimulus.
Level of consciousness encompassed four ordinal values: alert, confused, arousable, and comatose.
In addition to early onset of sensory and motor blokade and prolonged duration of analgesia, it was also observed that Group-B patients had good sedation but arousable and also associated with anxiolysis and hypnosis.
Most of the patients were sedated in both the groups but easily arousable.
Of the 63 patients in the study, 48 (76%) were considered "sedated" prior to their procedure, as defined as relaxed and cooperative or asleep and arousable.
Child was drowsy but arousable and obeying verbal command, dropping of eyelid present, grade 3-4/5 power in all four limbs, and deep tendon reflexes were normal.
Grading of sedation was evaluated by 5-point scale: 1, alert and wide awake; 2, arousable to verbal command; 3, arousable with gentle tactile stimulation; 4, arousable with vigorous shaking; and 5, unarousable.
On day 11, Ted was sleepy but arousable, followed commands, and had tolerated daytime CPAP trials well.
After the children were awake or easily arousable from sleep, observations were made by two of the investigators and PACU nurses experienced in the use of behavioral pain scales.