dicumarol

[ dahy-koo-muh-rawl, -rol, -kyoo- ]
/ daɪˈku məˈrɔl, -ˌrɒl, -ˈkyu- /

Pharmacology.

a synthetic coumarin derivative, C19H12O6, used chiefly to prevent blood coagulation and in the treatment of arterial thrombosis.

Nearby words

  1. dictynna,
  2. dictyoma,
  3. dictyopteran,
  4. dictyosome,
  5. dictyotene,
  6. dicyandiamide,
  7. dicyclic,
  8. dicyclopentadienyl metal,
  9. dicyclopentadienyliron,
  10. dicynodont

Also dicoumarin, di·cou·ma·rol.

Origin of dicumarol

respelling of di-1 + coumar(in) + -ol2

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Medicine definitions for dicumarol

dicumarol

[ dī-kōōmə-rôl′, -rōl′ ]

n.

An anticoagulant that inhibits the formation of prothrombin in the liver.bishydroxycoumarin

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