relieving factor

relieving factor

[rilē′ving]
an agent that alleviates a symptom.
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Stress was observed to be the most frequent aggravating factor while gentle massage was reported to be a common relieving factor.
The only relieving factor was the cut in the statutory liquidity ratio ( SLR) by 0.
The relieving factor is that when the US president is re-elected, he won't be worried about a third term and will have more margin of freedom" in handling the issue, said Jordanian political analyst Hassan Barari.
Pain was more in left iliac fossa with sudden onset, sharp, non-radiating and with no relieving factor.
A 32 year old African-American female presented to the hospital with left sided sharp, non-radiating, pleuritic chest pain for 2 days but denied any aggravating or relieving factors.
Aggravating and relieving factors were also asked from the patient in order to come closer to a diagnosis.
A 42-year-old male with medical history of hypertension and pre-diabetes presented with a 3-month history of fatigue and intermittent abdominal pain without exacerbating or relieving factors.
She described the pain as sharp non-radiating type of pain in the left iliac fossa with sudden onset, with no relieving factors.
Detailed clinical history was taken with particular emphasis on onset, duration, location, intensity, character, diurnal variation, and exaggerating and relieving factors.
duration, periodicity, severity and nature of pain, associated symptoms, precipitating and relieving factors, and medication used before specialist consultation) were also examined in this study.
The pain was localized to the dorsum of the hand and forearm, with no radiation, and was moderate in intensity and continuous, with no specific aggravating or relieving factors.