tryparsamide

[ trih-pahr-suh-mahyd, -mid ]
/ trɪˈpɑr səˌmaɪd, -mɪd /

noun Pharmacology.

a white, crystalline powder, C8H10O4N2AsNa·½H2, used chiefly in treating African sleeping sickness.

Origin of tryparsamide

First recorded in 1900–05; formerly a trademark
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British Dictionary definitions for tryparsamide

tryparsamide

/ (trɪˈpɑːsəmaɪd) /

noun

a synthetic crystalline compound of arsenic used in the treatment of trypanosomal and other protozoan infections. Formula: C 8 H 10 AsN 2 O 4 Na. 1/2 H 2 O

Word Origin for tryparsamide

C20: from a trademark
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Medicine definitions for tryparsamide

tryparsamide

[ trĭ-pärsə-mīd′ ]

n.

A crystalline powder used in the treatment of trypanosomiasis.
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