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dibucaine

[ dahy-byoo-keyn ]
/ daɪˈbyu keɪn /
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noun Pharmacology.
a compound, C20H29N3O2, used as a local and spinal anesthetic.
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Origin of dibucaine

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Medical definitions for dibucaine

dibucaine
[ dī-byōōkān′ ]

n.
A local anesthetic used topically on the skin and mucous membranes or administered by injection into the subarachnoid space to produce spinal anesthesia.
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