injectant

[in-jek-tuh nt]

noun

a substance injected through the skin, as bee-sting venom or penicillin administered by injection, that causes an allergic reaction.

Origin of injectant

First recorded in 1945–50; inject + -ant
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injectant in Medicine

injectant

[ĭn-jĕktənt]

n.

A substance injected, as into the skin.
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