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On febrifuges

by Carl Binz

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Published by The Practitioner in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Salicylic Acid, therapeutic use,
  • Fever, drug therapy,
  • Quinine, therapeutic use

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby C. Binz
    ContributionsRoyal College of Surgeons of England
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p. ;
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26257779M

    book i. book ii. an account of the world and the elements. book iii. an account of countries, nations, seas, towns, havens, mountains, rivers, distances, and peoples who now exist or formerly existed. opium. remarks in disfavour of the potions known as "anodynes, febrifuges, digestives, and cŒliacs." in what way the juices of these plants. Get this from a library! Observations on fevers and febrifuges. Written in French by Monsieur Spon, one of the most eminent physicians of Lyons; upon occasion of reading a book entituled, The discovery of the admirable English remedy. Now made English, by J. Berrie.. [Issac Spon; J Berrie].

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    Febrifuges such as coneflower, goldenseal, catnip, and hyssop had been tried, without effect. Willowbark tea, which might have helped with its content of salicylic acid, could not be consumed in amounts large enough to matter. Dicționar dexonline. Definiții, sinonime, conjugări, declinări, paradigme pentru febrifug din dicționarele: MDA2, DEX '09, DEX '98, DLRLC, DN, MDN '00, NODEX.


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Cost is $ Febrifuge definition, serving to dispel or reduce fever, as a medicine. See more. Febrifuge definition is - antipyretic. History and Etymology for febrifuge.

French fébrifuge, probably from New Latin *febrifuga, from Late Latin febrifuga, febrifugia centaury, from febri-+ Late Latin -fuga-fuge. An antipyretic (fever-reducing) medication.William Stukeley, Of the Gout, J. Roberts, page therein it differs not from the mode of operation, which we observe in the famous peruvian febrifuge.

Christopher Morley, "The Haunted Bookshop", Grosset & Dunlapp. Ah, my boy, you forget the card index. Librarians invented that. febrifuge (fĕb′rə-fyo͞oj′) n.

A medication that reduces fever; an antipyretic. adj. Acting On febrifuges book reduce fever. [Latin febris, fever + -fuge.] febrifuge (ˈfɛbrɪˌfjuːdʒ) n (Medicine) any drug or agent for reducing fever adj (Medicine) serving to reduce fever [C from Medieval Latin febrifugia feverfew; see febri- -fuge] febrifugal adj feb.

febrifuge: [ an″te- an″ti-pi-ret´ik ] 1. effective against fever ; called also antifebrile. something having this effect, such as a cold pack, aspirin, or quinine; antipyretic drugs dilate the blood vessels near the surface of the skin, thereby allowing more blood to flow through the skin, where it can be cooled by the air.

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Observations Sur Les Propriétes Febrifuges De L'écorce Du Marronier D'inde Et Sur Les Avantages Que Peut Retirer De Format: Paperback. An antipyretic (/ ˌ æ n t i p aɪ ˈ r ɛ t ɪ k /, from anti-'against' and pyretic 'feverish') is a substance that reduces fever.

Antipyretics cause the hypothalamus to override a prostaglandin-induced increase in body then works to lower the temperature, which results in a reduction in fever.

Most antipyretic medications have other purposes. febrifuge definition: any substance for reducing fever; antipyreticOrigin of febrifugeFrench fébrifuge (see febri- and -fuge), after Late Latin febrifugia (see feverfew), the. Febrifugine | C16H19N3O3 | CID - structure, chemical names, physical and chemical properties, classification, patents, literature, biological activities, safety.

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febrifuges definition: Noun 1. plural form of febrifuge Others (in addition to some already mentioned) are medicinal; as the palms, calabash, manchineel, pepper, fustic and a long list of cathartics, caustics, emetics, astringents, febrifuges, vermifuges, diuretics and tonics. Many species had a great repute as demulcents, febrifuges, astringents, tonics, purgatives and anthelmintics.

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Febrifugine is a quinazolinone alkaloid first isolated from the Chinese herb Dichroa febrifuga, but also found in the garden plant Hydrangea.

Laboratory synthesis of febrifugine determined that the originally reported stereochemistry was incorrect. Febrifugine has antimalarial properties and the synthetic halogenated derivative halofuginone is used in veterinary medicine as a coccidiostat. Part 3: Using bark and quinine to prevent malaria in individuals.

Whereas the efficacy of Cinchona bark and quinine for treating intermittent fevers had become widely accepted by the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries, their role in preventing fevers had not been convincingly established.

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2. something having this effect, such as a cold pack, aspirin, or quinine; antipyretic drugs dilate the blood vessels near the surface of the skin, thereby allowing more blood to flow through the skin, where it can be cooled by the air.

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