acetazolamide(redirected from Dazamide)
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acetazolamide(əˌsɛtəˈzɒləˌmaɪd; əˌsiːtə-; -ˈzəʊlə-)
a drug which operates by blocking the production of hydrogen ions and hydrogen carbonate, used to treat various conditions including epilepsy and glaucoma
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