propiomazine


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pro·pi·o·ma·zine

 (prō′pē-ō′mə-zēn′)
n.
A phenothiazine drug, C23H26N5O7S, given in its hydrochloride form for sedation.

[propio(nyl), radical derived from propionic acid + (pro)m(eth)azine, an antihistamine and antidepressant (pro(pyl) + meth(yl) + (phenothi)azine).]
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