Definition of Rubefacients
1. rubefacient [n] - See also: rubefacient
Lexicographical Neighbors of Rubefacients
Literary usage of Rubefacients
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Text-book of materia medica, therapeutics and pharmacology by George Frank Butler (1908)
"rubefacients, as the mildest, cause a redness of the skin with dilated ... rubefacients. These are drugs which, when locally applied, are intended to ..."
2. Materia Medica: For the Use of Students by John Barclay Biddle (1874)
"rubefacients are used merely to produce redness of the skin. ... rubefacients are employed to remove congestion and inflammation, to rouse the capillary ..."
3. On Bandaging, and Other Operations of Minor Surgery by Fitzwilliam Sargent (1862)
"These means are chiefly rubefacients, ... SECTION I. OF rubefacients. These are applications which excite an ..."
4. A Compend of Human Anatomy by Samuel Otway Lewis Potter (1903)
"... and Oxalic Acid, each one being highly praised by its advocates. TOPICAL AGENTS. rubefacients AND ..."