salivation

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Synonyms for salivation

saliva running from the mouth

Words related to salivation

the secretion of saliva

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Some have peculiar tastes to food, including excessive salivation and sensitivity to smells that trigger.
5 Difficulty swallowing, and excessive salivation PD patients frequently have trouble swallowing, and also swallow less often.
Noted for their pink flowering bulbs, these plants, such as Amaryllis belladonna, can cause lethargy, excessive salivation, anorexia and tremors.
Amaryllis plants such as Amaryllis belladonna--another flowering plant often confused with lilies--can cause lethargy, vomiting, diarrhea, excessive salivation, anorexia and tremors.
The initial symptoms are mainly due to stimulatory effects and include nausea and vomiting, excessive salivation, abdominal pain, pallor, high blood pressure, increased heart rate, tremor, headache, dizziness, muscle twitches, and seizures.
In the entire study, excessive salivation in ID children during dental pain (P = 0.
There may be sneezing, particularly in the sunshine, the nostrils may feel raw, the bones of the face may ache, there may be excessive salivation, a productive cough and hawking as a result.
According to the US National Library of Medicine, side effects of CS gas include eye irritation and burning, coughing, increased mucous secretion, severe headaches, dizziness, tightness of the chest, difficulty breathing, skin reactions and excessive salivation.
Heavy panting Excessive salivation Inability to get up if they lie down Very red gums Vomiting Rapid pulse WHAT TO DO Cool the animal down gradually by pouring cool (NOT cold) water on it Use any shaded area Allow the animal to drink small amounts of water Once you feel the dog is comfortable, ring the vet Always have water in your car
Reduced consciousness, respiratory depression and hyperglycaemia may occur in amitraz poisoning, (3) while excessive salivation, incontinence, or muscle fasciculations are unlikely.
It provided better premedication than either oral ketamine or midazolam alone (4), but excessive salivation and hallucination were observed (5).
According to several toxicology reports and online anecdotes, the symptoms of poisoning in dogs, from lanate include excessive salivation, trembling, muscle spasm and sometimes diarrhoea.
For instance, a 34-year-old patient, who had complained of CD4, loss of weight and appetite, excessive salivation, tuberculosis and all other symptoms of HIV/AIDS, was written off as a lost case by doctors.
The excessive salivation presents an aspiration risk which should be considered during intubation and extubation, and further constipation could be avoided by not prescribing opiates and codeine post operatively (BNF 2010).
The clinical scenario typically begins with loss of appetite and voice, followed by gait instability, ascending flaccid paralysis, excessive salivation, eye irritation, pupillary asymmetry, and vomiting.