10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ANTIPYIC»
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Pronouncing Medical Lexicon ... With addenda. Second edition
... destroy lice. [pleurisy. ANTIPLEUBITIO, An-ti-plq-rit-ik; a remedy for
ANTIPODRAGIC, An-ti-pQ-draj-ik; a remedy for stone. ANTIPsonrc, An-ti-sor-ik; a
remedy for itch. ANTIPYIC, An-tip-i-ik; opposed to the formation of Amuquvs, An-
Charles Harley CLEAVELAND, 1856
... ANTIPROTHROMBINASE ANTIPROTON ANTIPROTONS ANTIPRURITIC
ANTIPRURITICS ANTIPSYCHOTIC ANTIPSYCHOTICS ANTIPUTREFACTIVE
ANTIPYIC ANTIPYICS ANTIPYRETIC ANTIPYRETICS ANTIPYRINE
Maliha Mendoza Mahmood, 2013
Pocket Medical Dictionary
InSammation of Cowper's glands. Antipruritic, an-te-pru-rif -ik. Relieving itching.
Antipsoric. an-te-sc? '-rik. Effective against itching. ANTITOXIN An tiputref active,
an-te-pu-tre-fak'-tiv. Preventing putrefaction. Antipyic, an-te-pi'-ik. Unfavorable ...
B. Jain Publishers Staff, 1999
Lotions, Potions, and Deadly Elixirs: Frontier Medicine in ...
Antipyic. A remedy for puss formation. Antipyretic. A substance that cools and
allays pain, as in one that lowers fever. Antipyrotic. A remedial for burns or
catarrh of the stomach. Antispasmodics. Drugs that relieve muscle spasms,
usually 1n ...
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mention The Trained Nurse, October, 1928 The Trained Nurse and Hospital ...
A Portuguese-English Dictionary
(a remedy) effective against intermittent fevers, antiperistaltico -ca (adj., Med.)
antiperistaltic. antipestilencial (adj.) antibubonic; antimephitic. antipestoso -sa (
adj.; m., Med.) antibubonic (agent), antipfico -ca [i-i] (adj., Med.) antipyic.
James Lumpkin Taylor, Priscilla Clark Martin, 1970
Squibb's materia medica. 1906 Ed
Astringent, Antipyic, Antigonorrheic. Used in ^ to 5 percent, solution. Argentum.
See Silver. Argonin. Silver-casein. White powder; 4.25 percent, silver. Soluble
readily in warm water. Antigonorrheic, Astringent; in 2 to 10 percent, solution.
The American eclectic materia medica and therapeutics
... with good results. In diseases of bone I have used it for months, with the result
of having the tissues clean, but little suppuration, and no offensive odor. I regard
the remedy as antipyic — opposed to pus formation — and I have employed it ...
John Milton Scudder, 1898
Squibb's Materia Medica
SCARLET R MEDICINAL: Toluylazobetanaphthol. Dark brownish-red powder.
Nearly insoluble in water; soluble in chloroform, oils, fats. Cicatrizant, Antipyic; in
suppurating wounds, chronic ulcers, etc., in 4 to 8 percent. ointments. Scormuus.
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