Definition of Disintoxicating
1. disintoxicate [v] - See also: disintoxicate
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Literary usage of Disintoxicating
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Metabolism and Practical Medicine by Karl Harko von Noorden, Carl von Noorden, Isaac Walker Hall (1907)
"If the liver is made glycogen- free by hunger or experimental methods, then it loses its disintoxicating power, and, vice versa, all of the substances ..."
2. Clinical urinology: A Treatise on the Urinary Aspects of Disease by Alfred Careño Croftan (1907)
"In order to know whether the kidneys are performing their disintoxicating function in a normal manner, the toxicity of the blood, ie, what may be called the ..."
3. The Practice of Obstetrics: Designed for the Use of Students and by James Clifton Edgar (1916)
"Fetal death or emptying the uterus appears to exert no salutary effect; nor is the condition amenable to disintoxicating methods, or to any treatment ..."
4. Contributions to Medical Research: Dedicated to Victor Clarence Vaughan by by University of Michigan (1903)
"The theory that the suprarenal gland is a disintoxicating organ whose true function consists in altering one or more poisonous substances formed in other ..."