diaphoretic


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Synonyms for diaphoretic

used to produce perspiration

inducing perspiration

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The tribals of Chitteri Hills, Dharmapuri District, Tamil Nadu, India use leaves of the plant as anthelmintic, antiasthmatic, anticholesterolemic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, diaphoretic, diuretic, stomachic, and antidiabetic (Kadhirvel et al, 2010).
Garlic has been studied to be a carminative (expels intestinal worms), diaphoretic (induces excessive perspiration) and an expectorant (promotes removal of respiratory secretions).
Myrtle has also long been used as a stimulant, astringent, emetic, antispasmodic, expectorant, diaphoretic, and tonic.
Instatrace ECG Electrode, Foam, w/Conductive Adhesive Gel, Adult, Diaphoretic,
The victim would be diaphoretic (profusely sweating) and exhausted, his flesh mangled and ripped, and would crave water because of the loss of fluid from bleeding and diaphoresis.
She was diaphoretic, febrile and tachycardic (sinus).
procera has been used as an antidysenteric, antirheumatic, a diaphoretic, an expectorant, a purgative, an anti- inflammatory, for the treatment of bronchial asthma and skin conditions and for milk coagulation in cheese making (Watt and Breyer-Brandwijik, 1962; EL`Badwi, 1998).
The Tupi-derived name Ipecacuanha, as the Oxford English Dictionary tells us, refers to "a South American small shrubby plant, which possesses emetic, diaphoretic, and purgative properties.
an ambulance responded to Hartwell Street for a diaphoretic female.
pushing us away, he is exerting a lot of energy and that is why he is diaphoretic.
The next morning she was "still unarousable and was noted to be diaphoretic," so the relative called an ambulance.
Indeed, everything does look "routine" though he is a little diaphoretic [sweating heavily]; mind you, he still has many warming blankets on from theatre.
Physical examination showed that the patient was febrile, diaphoretic, had a mild jaundice without hepatomegalia and lower limb edema with fovea.