rosuvastatin

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ro·su·va·stat·in

 (rŏ-so͞o′və-stăt′n)
n.
A statin drug, C22H28FN3O6S, used in the form of its calcium salt to lower cholesterol (especially LDL) levels and to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke in individuals with elevated risk.

[Perhaps (fluo)ro- + su(lfonyl) + -vastatin, statin suffix; see pravastatin.]
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rosuvastatin

n rosuvastatina
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