Antispasmodic (noun)

A drug that relieves or prevents spasms of involuntary muscle.

Origin:

The word "antispasmodic" is a noun that refers to "a drug that relieves or prevents spasms of involuntary muscle" . it is derived from the greek word "anti" which means "against" and "spasmos" which means "a sudden, involuntary contraction of a muscle or group of muscles.".

Examples:

  1. The doctor prescribed an antispasmodic to relieve the patient's muscle spasms.
  2. The antispasmodic medicine was used to prevent the patient's muscle cramps.
  3. The patient's stomach cramps were relieved by taking antispasmodic medication.
  4. The antispasmodic medication was used to help the patient's breathing difficulties caused by muscle spasms.
  5. The patient was given an antispasmodic to help prevent muscle spasms during the surgery.
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