tribromoethanol


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tri·bro·mo·eth·a·nol

 (trī-brō′mō-ĕth′ə-nôl′, -nōl′, -nŏl′)
n.
An anesthetic agent, C2Br3H3O, used for procedures in laboratory rodents.

tribromoethanol

(traɪˌbrəʊməʊˈɛθəˌnɒl)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a soluble white crystalline compound with a slight aromatic odour, used as a general anaesthetic; 2,2,2-tribromoethanol. Formula: CBr3CH2OH
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Noun1.tribromoethanol - an intravenous anesthetic
intravenous anesthetic - an anesthetic that produces anesthesia when injected into the circulatory system
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Two agents were found not to induce aversive behavioral responses: etomidate and 2,2,2 tribromoethanol.
Animals were anesthetized via an intraperitoneal injection of tribromoethanol (Aldrich) and then BLM (Sigma, St Louis, USA) was injected intratracheally once [16].
A total of 20 g (including wastage) by the sixth day had the tetanus manageable enough to transfer him onto rectal tribromoethanol (Avertin[R]) but also done for fear of hepatic damage.