[ kloh-fahy-breyt, -fib-reyt ]
/ kloʊˈfaɪ breɪt, -ˈfɪb reɪt /
a substance, C12H15ClO3, used principally to reduce elevated plasma triglyceride and cholesterol levels.
Origin of clofibrate
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[ klō-fī′brāt, -fĭb′rāt ]
A synthetic drug formerly prescribed to reduce abnormally elevated levels of plasma cholesterol and triglyceride.
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