isoflurane

[ahy-soh-floo r-eyn]

noun Pharmacology.

a volatile, halogenated ether, C3H2ClF5O, used as a general anesthetic in surgery.

Origin of isoflurane

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isoflurane in Medicine

isoflurane

[ī′sō-flurān′]

n.

A halogenated ether with potent anesthetic action.
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