Increased secretion of saliva, general perspiration, or diuresis sometimes marks the cessation of the pyrexia.
There is increased mucous secretion, and a feeling of nausea; but neither diaphoresis nor diuresis has been observed.
It produced, after some time, slight purging, and some diuresis.
The result of the use of salines was a diuresis varying in the promptness of its appearance and in its amount.
With aconitine, diuresis was not always established, and when it failed the animal died in convulsions.
The recumbent posture, and sleep, promote diaphoresis; the erect posture and wakefulness, diuresis.
So far the conditions of sweating and of diuresis are nearly opposite.
A hard bounding pulse and hot skin favour sweating more than diuresis, though they often diminish both of these secretions.
To throw off toxins, the emunctories should be stimulated by laxatives, water for diuresis, tepid bathing.
diuresis di·u·re·sis (dī'ə-rē'sĭs)
Discharge of urine, especially in unusually large amounts.