albuterol

[al-byoo-tuh-rawl, -rol]
noun Pharmacology.
  1. a selective sympathomimetic bronchodilator, C13H21NO3, inhaled to relax bronchial muscles and ease breathing during an asthma attack.

Origin of albuterol

apparently coined from components of the chemical name
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albuterol in Medicine

albuterol

[ăl-byōōtə-rôl′, -rōl′]
n.
  1. A beta-adrenergic stimulant used as a bronchodilator in the treatment of asthma and other obstructive lung diseases.
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albuterol in Science

albuterol

[ăl-byōōtə-rôl′, -rōl′]
  1. An adrenergic stimulant used as a bronchodilator in the treatment of asthma and other obstructive lung diseases.
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