antidiarrhoeal


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antidiarrhoeal

(ˌæntɪˌdaɪəˈrɪəl) pharmacol or

antidiarrheal

n
a drug used to prevent or treat diarrhoea
adj
acting against or preventing diarrhoea
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Nwafor PA, Okwuasaba FK, Binda LG (2000) Antidiarrhoeal and antiulcerogenic effects of methanolic extract of Asparagus pubescens root in rats.
The plant leaves are traditionally used for their anti-inflammatory and decongestant properties (Cordero, 1950), whereas the bark is employed as antidiarrhoeal remedy (Kohn, 1992).
3 SHORT courses of antidiarrhoeal drugs (such as loperamide) may be given for persistent diarrhoea.
"And consider taking an anti-diarrhoea kit which includes an antibiotic, fluid replacement powders and an antidiarrhoeal agent."
Mandal SC, Mukherjee PK, Saha K, Pal M, Saha BP (1997) Antidiarrhoeal evaluation of Ficus racemosa Linn.
DMC possessed hepatoprotective [10], cytoprotective [11], anti-inflammatory [12], antifungal, antibacterial [8], anti-TB [13], antiviral [14], antispasmodic [15], antidiarrhoeal [16], antihyperglycaemic [17], anti-MDR [18,19], and antiapoptotic effect [20].
The roots and leaves are reported for their antidiarrhoeal [8], antidiabetic [9], antibacterial [10], hepatoprotective [11], antioxidant [12], and cardioprotective [13] properties.
Shoba FG, Thomas M (2001) Study of antidiarrhoeal activity of four plants in castor-oil induced diarrhoea.
Adeyemi, "Antidiarrhoeal activity of aqueous leaf extract of Caladium bicolor (Araceae) and its possible mechanisms of action," Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol.
See your doctor for a course of antidiarrhoeal drugs and antispasmodic drugs may relieve muscle spasms.
Antidiarrhoeal and spasmolytic activities of the methanolic crude extract of Alstonia scholaris L.
Plants of the Annonaceae family are very important sources of edible fruits and material for perfumery, and are used in folk medicine in various capacities, such as antitumoral, parasiticidal and antidiarrhoeal agents (Correa, 1926; Leboeuf et al.