diethylcarbamazine citrate

[ dahy-eth-uh l-kahr-bam-uh-zeen ]
/ daɪˌɛθ əl kɑrˈbæm əˌzin /

noun Pharmacology.

a chemical substance, C16H29O8N3, used to treat worms in humans, dogs, and cats.

Origin of diethylcarbamazine citrate

First recorded in 1965–70; di-1 + ethyl + carbam(yl) + (piper)azine
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