emetic


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Synonyms for emetic

a medicine that induces nausea and vomiting

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The use of oral granisetron versus intravenous ondansetron for antiemetic prophylaxis in patients undergoing laparoscopic surgery: the effect on emetic symptoms and quality of recovery.
Until reading of the success of the treatment at Coldbath-Fields Prison, the principal treatment had been cautious bloodletting, salt and mustard emetics, and mustard poultices.
There is some evidence that vestibular inputs modify the emetic response from other stimuli: a history of motion sickness is a risk factor for development of PINV, PONV and CINV.
To prevent delayed emesis in patients receiving cisplatin and other high emetic risk agents, dexamethasone and aprepitant is recommended on day 2 and 3 as well.
During the emetic phase, the goal is to rapidly terminate the episode, preferably within 1 hour of onset.
First, a laxative of rhubarb or calomel or an emetic, ipecac, to be followed up with a mixture of rust of iron, powdered columbo root, and orange peel twice a day for four weeks.
Hypovolemia and pain also have "powerful" emetic effects, he added.
Lobelia can have an emetic effect in large doses, causing vomiting, and therefore should be used with caution.
This medicine, technically classified as an emetic, causes vomiting.
cereus causes two distinct food poisoning syndromes, a rapid-onset emetic syndrome characterized by nausea and vomiting and a slower onset diarrheal syndrome.
After 10 mm, copper sulfate anhydride was administered orally in a dose of 50 mg/kg, then the number of retching (an emetic action without vomiting gastric materials) was recorded during the next to mm.
cereus produces two distinct clinical syndromes: diarrheal and emetic.
And Jonson's "purge" of Marston in Poetaster ("Horace" purging "Crispinus") would have been a clearer example of the shameful emetic than Paster's provocative but finally less persuasive reading of Titania and Bottom.