aminophenazone


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aminophenazone

(əˌmaɪnəʊˈfiːnəˌzəʊn; -ˌmiː-)
n
(Pharmacology) a crystalline compound used to reduce pain and fever. Formula: C13H17N3O. Also called: aminopyrine
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Further modifications of the antipyrine molecule aiming at improving its analgesic and antipyretic properties gave origin to various pharmaceuticals, such as aminophenazone (aminopiryne or amidopyrine), propyphenazone, dipyrone (metamizole), and phenylbutazone (1).
Khan, Synthesis and Antibacterial Activities of Some Novel Schiff bases Derived from Aminophenazone, Molecules, 15, 6850 (2010).
(l) NSAIDs including analgin (n = 1), diclofenac sodium eye drops or tablets (n = 3), compound of paracetamol, aspirin and caffeine (n = 1), compound of paracetamol, aminophenazone, caffeine, and chlorphenamine maleate (n = 1), compound of paracetamol, aminopyrine, phenacetin, caffeine, and phenobarbital (n =1), and ibuprofen (n =1).