Definition of "antiphlogistic" [an•ti•phlo•gis•tic]
Reducing inflammation or fever; anti-inflammatory.(adjective)
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Use "antiphlogistic" in a sentence
"No doubt, as Dr. Gould says, the use of alcohol in medical practice is nothing now compared to what it was twenty years ago, much more forty years ago, when Dr. Todd's influence, and the reaction from the so-called antiphlogistic treatment were at their height."
"Despite the defiance of this single warrior the battle was really lost and won, and as the century closed "antiphlogistic" chemistry had practical possession of the field."
"The young companion of Miss Crawley, at the conclusion of their interview, came in to receive their instructions, and administered those antiphlogistic medicines which the eminent men ordered."