Definition of Evacuants

1. evacuant [n] - See also: evacuant



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Evacuants

euxanthic
euxanthin
euxanthine
euxenite
euxenites
euxinia
euxinic
ev'ry
evac
evacate
evacated
evacates
evacating
evacs
evacuant
evacuants (current term)
evacuate
evacuated
evacuates
evacuating
evacuation slide
evacuations
evacuative
evacuator
evacuatories
evacuators
evacuatory
evacuchair
evacuchairs

Literary usage of Evacuants

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1. The elements of materia medica and therapeutics by Jonathan Pereira (1842)
"As evacuants promote secretion, their action on the secreting organs must be ... *»me of the milder evacuants, which gently and moderately promote Ae action ..."

2. A Treatise on the venereal disease by John Hunter, Freeman Josiah Bumstead, Ph. Ricord (1853)
"1. Of the different Modes of Practice.—evacuants—Astringents. The internal remedies commonly recommended in a gonorrhoea may be divided into ..."

3. The Pharmacology of Useful Drugs by Robert Anthony Hatcher, Martin Inventius Wilbert (1915)
"evacuants Drugs that are used to cause evacuation of the bowels are variously ... For practical purposes it will be convenient to discuss the evacuants with ..."

4. A Compend of Materia Medica, Therapeutics and Prescription Writing: With by Samuel Otway Lewis Potter (1906)
"evacuants. This division of the Materia Medica includes the remedies which promote some Evacuation from the ..."

5. Principles of medicine: Comprising General Pathology and Therapeutics, and a by Charles James Blasius Williams, Meredith Clymer (1853)
"Of other evacuants none are equal to purgatives, which are»a great aid to bloodletting, and should be used in most cases of severe inflammation} ..."

6. The Untoward Effects of Drugs: A Pharmacological and Clinical Manual by Louis Lewin (1883)
"... evacuants. I.—PURGATIVES. OLEUM RICINI. In many persons there is an unconquerable repugnance ..."

7. Primary Studies for Nurses: A Text-book for First Year Pupil Nurses by Charlotte Albina Aikens (1915)
"... are all valuable therapeutic agents, the correct technic of which should be understood by every nurse. CHAPTER XXV evacuants AND INTESTINAL ASTRINGENTS ..."

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