somnolence


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Synonyms for somnolence

a very sleepy state

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Ce qui permet d'anticiper la somnolence et ainsi eviter que le chauffeur ne s'endorme au volant", a explique le Dr Lia Bittencourt, de l'institut du sommeil, qui a participe au developpement de l'accessoire.
Inform patients taking LYRICA that dizziness and somnolence may impair their ability to perform potentially hazardous tasks such as driving or operating complex machinery until they have sufficient experience with LYRICA to determine its effect on cognitive and motor function.
05) between somnolence on the MOS Sleep Scale--the average of scores for drowsiness, trouble staying awake, and napping--and the burden of amyloid in the left supra-marginal gyrus (correlation [r] = 0.
Many of these adverse reactions appear to be dose-related, particularly somnolence, sedation, abdominal pain, dizziness, and hypotension/decreased blood pressure.
Wellbutrin XL is not associated with serotonergic side-effects which may cause patients to discontinue therapy, such as sexual dysfunction, weight gain and somnolence.
Somnolence lasted for 17-24 days in patients taking guanfacine, sedation lasted 11-30 days, and fatigue lasted 8-14 days.
The most frequently reported adverse events associated with rotigotine in these studies were application site reactions, nausea, dizziness, somnolence and headache.
The duration of drug-induced somnolence also depends on dose.
A link between the use of Xalatan or brimonidine and dementia has not been reported, although brimonidine can cause somnolence (sleepiness) and insomnia.
The most common adverse effects reported in these trials included dry mouth, sedation, somnolence, dizziness, and constipation.
On admission, the patient had a high fever (41[degrees]C), chills, and abnormal mental status with somnolence.
Like his fellow Spaniard, Dali became obsessed with the image of sleep, which he unforgettably materialized (or dematerialized) in a painting of circa 1937 in which a sagging monumental humanoid, supported only by the most spindly, gravity-defying crutches, is on the brink of passing into a state of weightless somnolence.
He also experienced significant daytime somnolence.