isitma vaqtida bo'ladigan, isitmali
Adjective(1) of or relating to or characterized by fever
(1) Events in Bournemouth last week demonstrated how febrile the political atmosphere is at present, and how fickle the interpretations by the media.(2) It is because the atmosphere is so febrile that the news about Derek Scott's book has received such attention.(3) The majority of symptomatic patients have a self-limited, febrile illness, occasionally with headache, nausea, and vomiting.(4) The most common symptomatic manifestation is a nonspecific febrile illness, with or without a rash, often accompanied by upper respiratory tract symptoms.(5) This period of excitement is usually in the early febrile stage.(6) Most febrile seizures are, however, generalised, brief and occur only once during a febrile illness.(7) This can cause a significant problem with the examination of children with febrile illnesses.(8) Then, as now, the region was in a highly febrile state.(9) Children with febrile seizures received routine life support on admission to hospital.(10) She probes the febrile atmosphere in the royal household including tension between Louis and Marie Antoinette.(11) Exploiting the febrile atmosphere of mid August, he and his allies seized temporary control of the government's response to northern events.(12) Persons living in households with a vaccinated child experienced 40 percent fewer cases of febrile respiratory illness.(13) Persons with acute febrile illness usually should not be vaccinated until their symptoms have abated.(14) As this febrile atmosphere becomes ever more pervasive, the space in which proper debate can take place becomes ever more constricted.(15) This is called a fever seizure or febrile seizure.(16) Chest radiographs may, however, be normal during the febrile prodrome and throughout the illness.
(1) febrile convulsions :: febril tirishishlar
1. feverish ::
2. hot ::
3. burning ::
4. flushed ::
6. having a temperature ::
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