succinylcholine chloride


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suc′ci•nyl•cho′line chlo′ride

(ˈsʌk sə nɪlˈkoʊ lin, -ˈkɒl in, -sə nl-)

n.
a crystalline compound, C14H30Cl2N2O4, used as a skeletal muscle relaxant in surgical procedures.
[1945–50; succin (ic) + -yl + choline]
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