saluretic

[sal-yuh-ret-ik]Medicine/Medical

adjective

of or relating to a substance that promotes renal excretion of sodium and chloride ions.

noun

any such substance, as furosemide.

Origin of saluretic

First recorded in 1955–60; sal + uretic
Related formssal·u·ret·i·cal·ly, adverb
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saluretic in Medicine

saluretic

[săl′yə-rĕtĭk]

adj.

Relating to or causing excretion of salt.

n.

A drug that promotes excretion of salt in the urine.
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