diaphoretic


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diaphoretic

1. relating to or causing sweat
2. a diaphoretic drug or agent
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A "bad" death could be one such as the case above where the patient remained tachypneic, diaphoretic, and in obvious discomfort.
Garlic is not only antibacterial, but antiviral, antiseptic, antiparasitic, immune-stimulating, antispasmodic, hypotensive (lowers blood pressure), diaphoretic (promotes sweating), antiprotozoan, antifungal and cholagogue (stimulates the flow of bile.)
Her skin has good color but she is slightly diaphoretic. Previous medical history is insignificant.
It is a hepatic/bitter, diuretic, alterative, antioxidant, diaphoretic and antirheumatic.
Some cleansing herbs work in obvious ways, for example, bitter herbs that stimulate liver function, or herbs that increase urine production in the kidneys, or diaphoretic herbs that cause sweating, kind of an herbal sauna.
O'Riley lying in bed somewhat crooked; she was trembling and diaphoretic. My patient looked at me and begged me to help.
A 50-year-old who took 4 mg became nauseous and was found on the floor unconscious, apneic, diaphoretic, and unresponsive; he soon regained consciousness, but remained bradycardic and was admitted to the hospital.
They are available in breathable, low profile, easy-peel tape; easy-placement occlusive foam; or diaphoretic, soft cloth.
The herb is diaphoretic, producing a sweat and thereby allowing the body to cool in a natural way.
In addition, it is diuretic and diaphoretic (able to increase perspiration).
Herbalists and homeopaths use this plant with great care; it has been found to be effective in cases of migraine, facial neuralgia, cramp, intermittent claudication (disabling lameness or spasmodic pain in the legs), coccydinia (pain in the tailbone), osteopathetic lesions, restlessness in children, and as a diaphoretic, a febrifuge, in cardiac arrhythmia, contracted pupils and circulatory excitement.
From medicinal point of view, the Carnation flowers are considered to be cardiotonic, diaphoretic and alexiteric (Shiragur et al., 2004).