antipyretic


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Synonyms for antipyretic

any medicine that lowers body temperature to prevent or alleviate fever

preventing or alleviating fever

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tail flick method in rats and acetic acid-induced writhing in mice, and for evaluating antipyretic activity, baker's yeast-induced pyrexia method was used.
The effect on mortality of antipyretics in the treatment of influenza infection: systematic review and meta-analysis.
In conclusion, PA possesses strong peripheral and central antinociceptive activity independent of opioidergic effect which was augmented by its anti-inflammatory and antipyretic activities.
Medication histories revealed that all children (100%) were given antipyretics for their fever.
The degree of temperature reduction in response to antipyretic medication is not predictive of the presence or absence of bacteraemia.
Well, the antipyretic action of paracetamol can help keep us cool so we can exercise longer.
Active dry Saccharomyces cerevisiae: brewer's yeast (Griffchem[R]) was used to induce pyrexia in the antipyretic study.
This, along with the fact that it is part of the normal immune response, leads some people to think that fever should not be treated with antipyretic drugs at all.
1%) of mothers could truly define fever, 95% of mothers used antipyretic medicine without consulting a doctor, and 14.
No evidence supports the use of antipyretic medication for the express purpose of temperature reduction, nor will antipyretic use prevent febrile seizures.
The most commonly used antipyretic used in children is acetaminophen, since it has both analgesic and antipyretic effects and is relatively safe.
Whilst most Western herbalists use it for its anti-allergic effects, this herb also possesses a range of therapeutic activities, including anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, antibacteria, antihypertensive and sedative.
There is no mention of recent research that suggests that paracetamol shouldn't be given routinely: 'It is not recommended that these drugs are used routinely to prevent fever following vaccination as there is some evidence that prophylactic administration of antipyretic drugs around the time of vaccination may lower antibody responses to some vaccines (Prymula et al, 2009)' (Green book, page 56)
self-reported fever) and whether they had taken medication for pain or fever (analgesic or antipyretic drugs) in the previous 8 hours.
Both acetaminophen and ibuprofen are effective antipyretic agents in children with history of febrile seizures (Carson, 2003; Goldman, Ko, Linett, & Scolnik, 2004; Hay et al.