antiphlogistic


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Related to antiphlogistic: cytophylactic, cicatrisant

an·ti·phlo·gis·tic

(an'tē-flō-jis'tik),
1. Older term denoting the capacity to prevent or relieve inflammation.
2. An agent that reduces inflammation.
Synonym(s): antipyrotic (1)
[anti- + G. phogistos, burnt up]

antiphlogistic

(ăn′tē-flə-jĭs′tĭk, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Reducing inflammation or fever; anti-inflammatory.

an′ti·phlo·gis′tic n.

an·ti·phlo·gis·tic

(an'tē-flō-jis'tik)
1. Older term denoting the capacity to prevent or relieve inflammation.
2. An agent that reduces inflammation and fever.
[anti- + G. phogistos, burnt up]

antiphlogistic,

adj/n a substance that functions to relieve inflammation and fever.

an·ti·phlo·gis·tic

(an'tē-flō-jis'tik)
1. Older term denoting the capacity to prevent or relieve inflammation.
2. Agent that reduces inflammation and fever.
[anti- + G. phogistos, burnt up]

antiphlogistic (an´tīflōjis´tik),

adj an older term for antiinflammatory or antipyretic.

antiphlogistic

1. countering inflammation and fever.
2. an agent that counteracts inflammation and fever, e.g. poultice, hot pack, hot fomentation.
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