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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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The effect on mortality of antipyretics in the treatment of influenza infection: systematic review and meta-analysis.
integerrima is a medium sized deciduous tree having medicinal value such as anti-inflammatory, analgesic, blood purifier, remedy for gastrointestinal disorders, expectorant, antiasthmatic, antipyretic, antiemetic and antidiarrheal (Upadhye and Rajopadly, 2010; Uddin et al.
Anti-inflammatory and antipyretic effects of Trigonella foenum-graecum leaves extract in the rat.
The use of antipyretic medication and attention to the fever must not detract from monitoring the child's activity and level of consciousness (as an indicator of worsening illness) and paying attention to adequate hydration.
Assessment of analgesic, antipyretic and anti-inflammatory activity of hydro-alcoholic fraction of Hemidesmus indicus root in experimental animals.
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.
Conclusion: Mothers' definition of fever and antipyretic utilization knowledge are insufficient.
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.
A study done by SQU's College of Medicine on the therapeutic qualities of Omani henna, indicates that in addition to henna's use as a cosmetic, its leaves are also used as a local anaesthetic, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic and for treating mouth ulcers.