sudoresis

su·do·re·sis

(sū'dō-rē'sis),
Profuse sweating.
[sudor- + G. -ēsis, condition]

su·do·re·sis

(sū'dŏr-ē'sis)
Profuse sweating.
[sudor- + G. -ēsis, condition]
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In general, during hypoglycemia there is an accentuated release of adrenaline from the adrenal glands, leading to autonomic symptoms: sudoresis, tremors, tachycardia, facial flush, and other symptoms.
The symptoms preceding the death of 1 patient were recorded by her husband, who drew attention to her breathing difficulty and intense sudoresis. These symptoms could have been signs of circulatory shock.
Those patients complaining of palpitations, dizziness or sudoresis associated with cold skin, and in whom a VT run was not subsequently demonstrated in repeated ECG exams, were considered as not having a VT.
Its clinical signs, in general, are fever, followed or not by shudders, headaches, sudoresis, anorexia, fatigue, weight loss, arthritis, spondylitis, hepatosplenomegaly, neurological symptoms [11], glomerulonephritis and orchitis [4].
En cuanto a los incrementos significativos (P<0,025) en los niveles sericos de [Na.sup.+], TABLA IX asi como en el aumento no significativo (P<0,05) en la concentracion de hemoglobina, TABLA XI, observadas en los caballos del Grupo II, podrian ser consecuencias de la sudoresis que presentaban algunos caballos, tal como lo planteo Hogdson [47].
Hunt and Moore [7] considered that the commonest signs of transfusion reactions in ruminants are tachycardia, tachypnea, sudoresis, tremors, fever, pruritus, dyspnea, hematuria, and hemoglobinuria, among others.