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]

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]
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Our data did show that conservative management for a few days following the onset of deafness did not diminish the chance of recovery, so we recommend rheologic and antiphlogistic therapy for 3 or 4 days after the onset of symptoms.
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Among the variety of drug therapies that have been used are vasodilators (e.g., carbogen, alpha blockers, and calcium antagonists) to improve oxygenation of the cochlear tissues, (13-16) corticosteroids to counteract a possible autoimmune mechanism and to exert antiphlogistic and antiedematogenic effects, (10,17) and osmotic drugs (e.g., mannitol) to modify the hydrostatic pressure of the perilymph and increase the amount of blood in the cochlea by creating an osmotic gradient between plasma and perilymph.