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peth·i·dine

 (pĕth′ĭ-dēn′, -dən)

pethidine

(ˈpɛθɪˌdiːn)
n
(Pharmacology) a white crystalline water-soluble drug used as an analgesic. Formula: C15H21NO2.HCl. Also called: pethidine hydrochloride
[C20: perhaps a blend of piperidine + ethyl]
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pethidine

[ˈpeθɪdiːn] Npetidina f

pethidine

n petidina, meperidina
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After the surgery, the rabbits were treated with flunixin meglumine (1mg kg-1 SC - Banamine, Schering-Plough Veterinaria) and meperidine (12mg kg-1 SC - Dolosal, Cristalia), twice a day for the first three postoperative days.