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- noun Perspiration, especially when copious and medically induced.
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- noun In medicine, perspiration, especially when artificially produced.
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- noun (Med.) Perspiration, or an increase of perspiration.
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- noun physiology Perspiration, especially when profuse and medically induced.
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- noun the process of the sweat glands of the skin secreting a salty fluid
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It is a heat stable, water soluble, non protein that causes toxicity by inhibition of sodium-potassium pump activity and blockade of neuromuscular transmission. 10 Symptoms of tetrodon poisoning occur within minutes of ingestion and causes headache, diaphoresis, and parasthesias of the lips, tongue, mouth, face fingers and toes rapidly. 8,10 Hypotension and bradycardia may occur in severe cases.
Egypt always hold this diaphoresis a sign that the disease has abated and they regard it rightly in the case of bilious remittents to which they are subject, especially after the hardships and sufferings of a sea-voyage with its alternations of fasting and over-eating.
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This produced no immediate effect; he then got a small bundle of different kinds of medicinal woods, and, burning them in a potsherd nearly to ashes, used the smoke and hot vapor arising from them as an auxiliary to the other in causing diaphoresis.
Itaca or Itaka: for diaphoresis in fever; this root is brought as an article of barter by the Arabs to Kilimane; the natives purchase it eagerly.
Kapande: another ordeal plant, but used to produce ‘diaphoresis’.
Some patients have an idiosyncratic response to cyclic antidepressants that are potent serotonin uptake blockers e.g., fluoxetine and develop a syndrome characterized by restlessness, hyperreflexia, myoclonus, insomnia, diaphoresis, nausea, diarrhea, and abdominal cramps.
It is not necessary for me to point out the value of free purgation and diaphoresis in this respect.
He encouraged diaphoresis nearly always, and gave wine and stimulating drugs only when the patient was very weak.