F/C

(redirected from Fever/Chills)
AcronymDefinition
F/CForecast
F/CFlight Control
F/CFilm Coated
F/CFever/Chills (medical)
F/CFoley Catheter (medical; urinary catheter)
F/CForage-to-Concentrate Ratio (nutrition)
F/CFiscal Cancel (philately)
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A 76-yr old male presented with fever/chills for 5 days.
The primary endpoint of both studies was the change in disease activity, which was measured using a composite symptom score composed of a daily evaluation of fever/chills, rash, fatigue, joint pain, and eye redness/pain.
Mild (grade 1 or 2) adverse events consisted primarily of constitutional symptoms such as fever/chills, asthenia (weakness and loss of strength), nausea/vomiting, and headache; skin reactions including generalized pruritus (itching) and rash; pain; and increases in transaminase levels, with the highest frequency and severity at the 5 mcg/kg/day dose.
Adverse events consisted primarily of constitutional symptoms such as asthenia (weakness and loss of strength), fever/chills, nausea, and headache, skin reactions including generalized pruritus (itching) and rash and increases in transaminase levels, with the highest frequency and severity within the trial at the 5 mcg/kg/day.