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no verbal or motor responses
coma
repeated stimulation required to be roused
Stupor
individuals are sleepy, and have delayed response
Lethargy
Individuals are sleepy but can be aroused by aversive stimuli
Drowsy
Wakeful, respond appropriately and promptly
Alert
incomplete clear-mindedness with disturbances in perception and attitudes
clouding of consciousness
restless, confused, disoriented associated with fear and hallucinations
Delirium
patient appears to be asleep but ready to be roused
coma vigil
disturbed consciousness with hallucinations
Twilight state
often used in synonym for complex partial seizure or psychomotor epilepsy
Dreamlike state
abnormal drowsiness
somnolence
involves inappropriate reactions to environmental stimuli; manifested by disordered orientation
confusion
syndrome in older persons that usually occurs at night and may consist of confusion, drowsiness, ataxia and falling (usually associated with overly sedative medications)
Sundowning