fatigue level

fatigue level

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as the severity of observed or reported prolonged generalized fatigue. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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This study demonstrated that our SSc patients had lower functional status, HRQoL, and higher fatigue level compared to healthy controls.
This patented technology takes the guesswork out of “how tired” someone feels; salivary biomarker testing measures the actual fatigue level present at the time a saliva sample is collected.
After detailing my previous week's schedule to the flight surgeon, it was determined my fatigue level was equivalent to that of 0.
The test continued in this manner (four minutes maximal hitting followed by 40 seconds seated recovery) until participants reached the required fatigue level.
Since then scientists have designed wristwatch-sized sleep monitors that gauge a soldier's fatigue level.
What I will speak to Roy about is his fatigue level," Allardyce said.
Undoubtedly, the can-of-sardines-esque fixture card will take its toll on the fatigue level of the players but as Mowbray says, the adrenaline rush obtained from a good run can carry any squad through it.
As well as monitoring 26 different factors, the ASP gives you altertness tests every 10 to 25 minutes and tests your reaction time and hence fatigue level.
Through a gluten elimination trial, we found that she was mild-to-moderately sensitive to gluten based on her fatigue level and feeling of sluggishness when she consumed gluten versus when she was off gluten.
Moreover, professionals have to determine whether the symptoms then reported by the patient constitute a new onset of fatigue or whether it represents an increase in the basal fatigue level.
Analyst comment: Although we don't know Petty Officer Sneddon's fatigue level at the time he fell asleep on t aircraft, we know a lot about how people respond to lack of sleep.