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sem·i·com·a·tose

(sem'ē-kō'mă-tōs),
An imprecise term for a state of drowsiness and inaction, in which more than ordinary stimulation may be required to evoke a response, and the response may be delayed or incomplete.
Synonym(s): semiconscious

semicomatose

[-kō′mətōs]
Etymology: L, semi, half; Gk, koma, deep sleep
pertaining to a condition of stupor from which a patient can be aroused. See also coma, Glasgow Coma Scale.
Relating to a state in which a patient is unresponsive unless shaken

semicomatose

Neurology adjective Relating to a state in which a Pt is unresponsive unless shaken, not stirred. See Comatose.

sem·i·co·ma·tose

(sem'ē-kō'mă-tōs)
An imprecise term for a state of drowsiness and inaction, in which more than ordinary stimulation may be required to evoke a response, and the response may be delayed or incomplete.
Synonym(s): semiconscious.

sem·i·co·ma·tose

(sem'ē-kō'mă-tōs)
Imprecise term for a state of drowsiness and inaction, in which more than ordinary stimulation may be required to evoke a response.