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arousable

Capable of being aroused–from a stuporous state
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Richmond Agitation Sedation Scale (RASS) Target RASS RASS description +4 Combative, violent, danger to staff +3 Pulls or removes tube(s) or catheters, aggressive +2 Frequent non-purposeful movement, fights ventilator +1 Anxious, apprehensive, but not aggressive 0 Alert and calm -1 Awakens to voice (eye opening/contact) >10 s -2 Light sedation, briefly awakens to voice (eye opening/contact) <10 s -3 Moderate sedation, movement or eye opening, no eye contact -4 Deep sedation, no response to voice, but movement or eye opening to physical stimulation -5 Not arousable, no response to voice or physical stimulation
Most of the patients were awake or easily arousable in the immediate postoperative period.
2003), while an older study found that lesbians were more sexually arousable and more sexually assertive than heterosexual women (Iasenza, 1991).
No doubt some will shudder at the thought of allowing Lubavitcher parents to teach their children that men and women are subject to overlapping but differing catalogues of divine commandments; that, owing to the quality of natural differences or the quality of their souls, women must take a leading role at home while men must take a leading role in public; that separation of the sexes should be the norm and that women should dress modestly in public and hide their hair under wigs lest they sexually arouse easily arousable men.
6 [degrees] C), obtunded female, arousable to painful stimuli with no Babinski or Hoffmann signs.
The buttocks are a sexually arousable area, and most men find pleasure in having their buttocks caressed, and some men also like having them gently slapped.
He was lethargic but arousable and oriented to person, time, and place.