\dˌɪjuːɹˈɛtɪk], \dˌɪjuːɹˈɛtɪk], \d_ˌɪ_j_uː_ɹ_ˈɛ_t_ɪ_k]\
Definitions of DIURETIC
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Diureticus, Ischuretic, same etymon; Ureticus, Urinalis. (F.) Diuretique. A medicine which has the property of increasing the secretion of urine. Diuretics act by producing a discharge of the watery and other parts of the blood; and, by such discharge, indirectly promote absorption over the whole system. Hence, they are employed in dropsy. The following are the chief Diuretics:- Cantharis; Cantharis Vittata; Potassae Acetas; Potassae Liquor; Cahinca; Colchici Radix; Colchici Semen; Digitalis; Diosma Crenata; Juniperus; Oleum Terebinthinae; Potassae Nitras; Potassae Bitartras; Scilla; Sodae Sales, and Spiritus Aetheris Nitrici.
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