Definition of Escharotics

1. Noun. (plural of escharotic) ¹

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Definition of Escharotics

1. escharotic [n] - See also: escharotic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Escharotics

escarping
escarpment
escarpments
escarps
escars
escatology
eschalot
eschalots
eschar
eschara
escharase
escharectomy
escharine
escharotic
escharotick
escharotics (current term)
escharotomy
eschars
eschatocol
eschatocols
eschatological
eschatologically
eschatologies
eschatologist
eschatology
eschaton
eschaunge
escheat
escheatable
escheatage

Literary usage of Escharotics

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1. Therapeutics: Its Principles and Practice by Horatio Charles Wood (1908)
"escharotics are drugs which are used to destroy diseased or sound tissue. ... escharotics are used for various purposes. Formerly they were employed to open ..."

2. The Principles of Therapeutics by Oliver Thomas Osborne (1921)
"therapeutic measures, should not be neglected by the physician, and fewer patients will be treated by irregular practitioners. escharotics An ..."

3. Modern Materia Medica and Therapeutics by Arthur Albert Stevens (1909)
"escharotics or caustics are agents that corrode or disorganize the tissues. ... The most important escharotics are : Sulphuric acid. Osmic acid. ..."

4. A Compend of Dental Pathology and Dental Medicine by Geo. W. q (George Washington) Warren (1890)
"Dental Uses.—Ergot may be used in dental practice for its haemostatic properties in alveolar or other hemorrhages. escharotics OR CAUSTICS. ..."

5. Pharmacology and Therapeutics for Students and Practitioners of Medicine by Horatio Charles Wood (1916)
"escharotics or caustics are substances which are used for the purpose of destroying tissue. They act in various manners. Some destroy the viability of the ..."

6. Text-book of Therapeutics and Materia Medica by Robert Thaxter Edes (1887)
"escharotics are used to remove superficial layers from unhealthy ... escharotics cause death and sloughing of the tissues to which they are applied. ..."

7. Dental Materia Medica, Therapeutics and Prescription Writing by Eli Herr Long (1909)
"escharotics or caustics are agents that destroy tissue upon contact. Many attack the tissue immediately and are, therefore, called corrosives. ..."

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