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If adequate treatment is initiated before patient progresses to altered level of consciousness, almost complete recovery is possible.
The patient had resolution in her altered level of consciousness by the following day and was able to answer questions.
Guitar playing lets me tap into an altered level of consciousness. It allows me to channel my creativity to certain heights that still puzzles me to this day.
Headaches, unexplained fever, nausea, vomiting, neck stiffness, confusion, seizures, abnormal behaviour, new onset of psychiatric symptoms, altered level of consciousness, focal neurological signs, diplopia, unexplained blindness and sometimes coma are some of the ways in which CM may present in HIV-positive patients.
Altered level of consciousness and hypotension were significantly associated with increased mortality (p value less than 0.05).
* Altered level of consciousness (accompanied by a fever)
Most people with heatstroke have an altered level of consciousness and cannot safely be given fluids to drink and may need help.
Logistic regression models were fitted to compare risk of mortality, altered level of consciousness and onset of new diabetes between the four types of hyperglycaemic crisis.