Definition of Antiphlogistic. Meaning of Antiphlogistic. Synonyms of Antiphlogistic

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Definition of Antiphlogistic

Antiphlogistic
Antiphlogistic An`ti*phlo*gis"tic, a. 1. (Chem.) Opposed to the doctrine of phlogiston. 2. (Med.) Counteracting inflammation.
Antiphlogistic
Antiphlogistic An`ti*phlo*gis"tic, n. (Med.) Any medicine or diet which tends to check inflammation. --Coxe.

Meaning of Antiphlogistic from wikipedia

- Anti-inflammatory, or antiinflammatory, is the property of a substance or treatment that reduces inflammation or swelling. Anti-inflammatory drugs make...
- View to a New Art of Dying and Painting, wherein the Phlogistic and Antiphlogistic Hypotheses are Proved Erroneous. The book relates in painstaking detail...
- Retrieved 13 April 2017.  Erdelmeier, C. A. J. et al. Antiviral and Antiphlogistic Activities of Hamamelis virginiana Bark. Planta Medica, 62(1996) (3):241–245...
- 03.006.  Wagner, H; Flachsbarth, H; Vogel, G (Mar 1981). "[A New Antiphlogistic Principle from Sabal serrulata, II]". Planta Medica. 41 (3): 252–8....
- In traditional Russian herbal medicine, it is used as an anodyne, antiphlogistic, aperient, coagulant and diuretic. It is considered helpful in treating...
- US. Janssen, Paul A.; Van Daele, Georges H. P.; Boey, Jozef M. "Antiphlogistic aroyl-substituted phenylacetic acid derivatives" (1974) DE 2353357 ...
- Russia, while the leaves and flowers have been considered to possess antiphlogistic properties and have been used in poultices. A green dye has also been...
- 1763-1825 including reprints of "A comparative view of the phlogistic and antiphlogistic theories" and "Observations on the atomic theory and electrical phenomena"...
- with oxygen to form water). Despite these experiments, Lavoisier's antiphlogistic approach remained unaccepted by many other chemists. Lavoisier labored...
- were used in Turkey as a remedy for abscesses in the belief they were antiphlogistic and analgesic. Other uses include the application to wounds, strains...
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