- procaine amide hydrochloride
- procainamide hydrochloride.
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procainamide hydrochloride — Differs chemically from procaine by containing the amide group (CONH) instead of the ester group (COO). It depresses the irritability of the cardiac muscle, having a quinidine like action upon the heart, and is used in ventricular arrhythmias. *… … Medical dictionary
procainamide — prōˈkānəˌmīd, ə mə̇d, ˌprōˌkāˈnaˌmīd noun Etymology: procaine + amide : a base C13H21ON3 of an amide related to procaine that is used in the form of its crystalline hydrochloride as a cardiac depressant in the treatment of ventricular and… … Useful english dictionary
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procainamide — pro·cain·amide (.)prō kān ə .mīd, məd; .kān am əd n a base of an amide related to procaine that is used in the form of its hydrochloride C13H21N3O·HCl as a cardiac depressant esp. in the treatment of ventricular arrhythmias see PRONESTYL * * * n … Medical dictionary
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