pentazocine
noun Etymology: probably from penta- + az- + octa- + 2-ine Date: 1963 a synthetic analgesic drug C19H27NO that is less addictive than morphine

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  • Pentazocine — Général Nom IUPAC (1S,9S,13S) 1,13 dimethyl 10 (3 methylbut 2 en 1 yl) 10 azatricyclo[7.3.1.02,7]trideca 2,4,6 trien 4 ol …   Wikipédia en Français

  • pentazocine — ● pentazocine nom féminin Dérivé hémisynthétique de la morphine …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • pentazocine — ☆ pentazocine [pen΄tə zō′sēn΄, pen΄tə zō′sin ] n. [ PENTA + (A)Z(O) + ocine, suffix for an 8 membered ring < L oc(to), EIGHT + INE3] a pain killing, synthetic drug derived from coal tar: used in place of morphine because it is less addictive …   English World dictionary

  • Pentazocine — Drugbox IUPAC name = (1 S ,9 S ,13 S ) 1,13 dimethyl 10 (3 methylbut 2 en 1 yl) 10 azatricyclo [7.3.1.02,7] trideca 2,4,6 trien 4 ol width = 180 CAS number = 359 83 1 ATC prefix = N02 ATC suffix = AD01 PubChem = 441278 DrugBank = APRD01173 C = 19 …   Wikipedia

  • pentazocine — /pen taz euh seen /, n. Pharm. a synthetic narcotic analgesic, C19H27NO, used chiefly for the relief of moderate to severe pain. [1960 65; PENTA + (benz)azocine, a component of its chemical name] * * * …   Universalium

  • pentazocine — noun A particular narcotic painkiller of the benzomorphan class of opioids …   Wiktionary

  • pentazocine — An opioid agonist/antagonist analgesic with some addiction liability but only rare withdrawal syndrome and tolerance; very irritating to tissues on local injection; available as the hydrochloride and lactate salts. * * * pen·taz·o·cine pen taz ə …   Medical dictionary

  • pentazocine — pen·taz·o·cine …   English syllables

  • pentazocine — noun analgesic drug (trade name Talwin) that is less addictive than morphine • Syn: ↑Talwin • Usage Domain: ↑trade name (for: ↑Talwin) • Hypernyms: ↑analgesic, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • pentazocine hydrochloride — [USP] the hydrochloride salt of pentazocine, administered orally as an analgesic …   Medical dictionary

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