Definition of Diaphoretics

1. Noun. (plural of diaphoretic) ¹



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Definition of Diaphoretics

1. diaphoretic [n] - See also: diaphoretic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diaphoretics

diaphemetric
diaphen hydrochloride
diapheromera
diaphone
diaphones
diaphonic
diaphonics
diaphonies
diaphony
diaphorase
diaphorases
diaphoreses
diaphoresis
diaphoretic
diaphoretical
diaphoretics (current term)
diaphorite
diaphote
diaphotes
diaphragm of sella
diaphragm pessary
diaphragm sellae
diaphragm wall
diaphragm walls
diaphragma
diaphragma pelvis
diaphragma sellae
diaphragmalgia

Literary usage of Diaphoretics

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1. The Medical student's vade mecum by George Mendenhall (1871)
"Into nauseating, refrigerant, d alterative diaphoretics. What circumstances should a patient be subjected to if free perspiration be required ? ..."

2. A Practical treatise on the diseases of infancy and childhood by Thomas Hawkes Tanner (1871)
"diaphoretics are medicines which promote the cutaneous exhalation. ... The action of diaphoretics is much favoured by warm drinks, warm clothing, ..."

3. Materia Medica and Therapeutics for Physicians and Students by John Barclay Biddle, Clement Biddle (1895)
"Different classes of diaphoretics are required for different morbid conditions. ... 324) are chiefly resorted to as nauseating diaphoretics. ..."

4. A Manual of Examinations: Upon Anatomy, Physiology, Surgery, Practice of by John Livingston Ludlow (1867)
"What are diaphoretics?—Medicines which produce perspiration. ... and diaphoretics synonymous terms ?— Yes. What are the different classes of ..."

5. A System of Materia Medica and Pharmacy by John Murray (1810)
"M ' > diaphoretics are those medicines which increase the natural exhalation by the skin. When they excite this so copiously as to produce sweat, ..."

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