diaphoretic


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Synonyms for diaphoretic

used to produce perspiration

inducing perspiration

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For various reasons, gabapentin was abruptly discontinued; 3 days later, he was hallucinating, tachycardic, febrile, diaphoretic, tremulous, and agitated.
As Nurse Walshon was applying oxygen, the patient became diaphoretic.
Anti-pyretic herbs containing salicylates, such as Filipendula ulmaris, or diaphoretic herbs can also be useful if a fever is suppressed.
The therapeutic uses are as an antimicrobial, antifungal and antiviral activities as well as diaphoretic, diuretic, expectorant, antiflatulence and cholesterol lowering agents.
Allium sativum has been found to be a powerful rubefacient, antitusive, diaphoretic and vermifuge agent (9,10).
Anise has aromatic, diaphoretic, relaxant, stimulant, tonic, carminative and stomachic properties.
Elderflower (Sambucus nigra) is generally used for its diaphoretic and decongestant properties, particularly during conditons associated with the common cold or influenza.
Users tend to be panicked, diaphoretic, tachycardic, and/or hyperthermic.
Elderberry: Sambucus nigra is an anti-inflammatory antioxidant with diaphoretic properties.
The next morning she was "still unarousable and was noted to be diaphoretic," so the relative called an ambulance.
pushing us away, he is exerting a lot of energy and that is why he is diaphoretic.
She was diaphoretic, febrile and tachycardic (sinus).
an ambulance responded to Hartwell Street for a diaphoretic female.