propantheline bromide

[proh-pan-thuh-leen, -lin]

noun Pharmacology.

a substance, C23H30BrNO3, used in the treatment of peptic ulcers.

Nearby words

  1. propanedioic,
  2. propanedioic acid,
  3. propanil,
  4. propanoic acid,
  5. propanol,
  6. proparoxytone,
  7. propecia,
  8. propel,
  9. propellant,
  10. propellent

Origin of propantheline bromide

First recorded in 1950–55; by rearrangement of parts of its chemical name

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