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diuretic Saltos de línea: di|ur¦et¦ic
Pronunciación: /ˌdʌɪjʊ(ə)ˈrɛtɪk/
Medicine

Definición de diuretic en inglés:

adjetivo

(Chiefly of drugs) causing increased passing of urine.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • It may be necessary to increase the diuretic dosage, decrease the beta-blocker dosage or discontinue the beta blocker.
  • You have to be brave, silly or very determined to go out shopping shortly after you've taken your daily dose of diuretic pills.
  • It supports natural diuretic action, but does not force water from the body like diuretic pills.

sustantivo

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A diuretic drug.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • ACE inhibitors may be a preferred second drug to add to diuretics if necessary to achieve blood pressure control.
  • Patients with atrial fibrillation also had more drug days for diuretics and for electrolytes.
  • The mean blood pressure readings were the same for the diuretics and the newer drugs.

Origen

Late Middle English: from Old French diuretique, or via late Latin from Greek diourētikos, from diourein 'urinate', from dia 'through' + ouron 'urine'.

Palabras que riman con diuretic

aesthetic (US esthetic), alphabetic, anaesthetic (US anesthetic), antithetic, apathetic, apologetic, arithmetic, ascetic, athletic, balletic, bathetic, cosmetic, cybernetic, diabetic, dietetic, electromagnetic, emetic, energetic, exegetic, frenetic, genetic, Helvetic, hermetic, homiletic, kinetic, magnetic, metic, mimetic, parenthetic, pathetic, peripatetic, phonetic, photosynthetic, poetic, prophetic, prothetic, psychokinetic, splenetic, sympathetic, syncretic, syndetic, synthetic, telekinetic, theoretic, zetetic

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