diaphoretic


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diaphoretic

1. relating to or causing sweat
2. a diaphoretic drug or agent
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She was alert and oriented but pale and diaphoretic with mild left sided chest pain.
repens is a medicinal plant that has been used since prehispanic times to treat a number of illnesses like typhus (matlazahuatl from Nahuatl language), and also as a diaphoretic, diuretic, astringent agent and for other purposes (Hernandez, 1946).
The essential oil of Cinnamomum camphora, which could be obtained by distillation of the branches, trunk, leaves and wood, was anthelmintic, diaphoretic, antispasmodic, antirheumatic, carminative, cardiotonic, sedative and tonic, could treat joint and muscle pains, chapped lips, balms for chilblains, palpitations, cold sores, skin diseases, bronchial congestion, convulsions, digestive complaints and depression(Qianfeng et al, 2007).
It also has chlorophyll and many other phytonutrients with several medicinal properties like expectorant, analgesic, anticancer, antiasthmatic, antiemetic, diaphoretic, antidiabetic, antifertility, hepatoprotective, hypotensive, hypolipidimic and antistress.
On the second hospital day, the patient became diaphoretic and tachypenic, and a CT angiography of the chest was performed to evaluate for a pulmonary embolism.
The nurse also notates that Nicole appears mildly diaphoretic and sedated; however, she attributes this to the IV lorazepam.
Jones, I'm calling about Jack Wilson, a 55-year-old man who is pale, diaphoretic, and complaining of chest pressure.
Sambucus nigra (elderberry) is a commonly used herbal medicine, traditionally used in respiratory illnesses including influenza, colds and catarrh, and as a diaphoretic, diuretic, laxative and anti-inflammatory agent.
Although the architecture of the Safavid period were featured in religious buildings but many architectural innovations were not applied, and they mostly had innovation in decorations and rebuilding, Such as using tile work, and using various tiles such as seven-colored tiles, Diaphoretic tiles, mirror and stucco works and the use of arabesque and Angelica patterns.
reflexa is purgative expectorant tonic diaphoretic diuretic and aphrodisiac (Kirtikar 1985).
9:30 am--In the northwest area of town, a school nurse is called to the autism classroom because a student is diaphoretic, confused, and shaking.