noun Date: 1950 a basic compound that is used intravenously chiefly in the form of a hydrated chloride C14H30Cl2N2O4•2H2O as a muscle relaxant in surgery

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  • succinylcholine — suc·cin·yl·cho·line (sŭk sə nĭl kōʹlēn) n. A crystalline compound, C14H30N2O4, formed by esterification of succinic acid with choline and used medically to produce brief but complete muscular relaxation.   [succinic acid + yl + choline.] * * * …   Universalium

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  • succinylcholine — A neuromuscular relaxant with short duration of action which characteristically first depolarizes the motor endplate (phase I block) but which is often later associated with a curare like, nondepolarizing neuromuscular block (phase II block);… …   Medical dictionary

  • succinylcholine — suc·ci·nyl·choline …   English syllables

  • succinylcholine — noun a muscle relaxant for striated muscle that is used as an adjunct to anesthesia during certain surgical procedures • Hypernyms: ↑muscle relaxant …   Useful english dictionary

  • succinylcholine chloride — [suk′sə nəl kō′lēn] n. a powerful muscle relaxant, C14H30Cl2N2O4, used in surgery, shock therapy, etc.: it briefly paralyzes the voluntary and respiratory muscles …   English World dictionary

  • succinylcholine chloride — /suk seuh nil koh leen, kol een, seuh nl /, Pharm. a crystalline compound, C14H30Cl2N2O4, used as a skeletal muscle relaxant in surgical procedures. [SUCCIN(IC) + YL + CHOLINE] * * * …   Universalium

  • succinylcholine chloride — suc·ci·nyl·cho·line chlo·ride (suk″sĭ nəl koґlēn) [USP] a depolarizing neuromuscular blocking agent that produces skeletal muscle relaxation by blocking transmission at the myoneural junction; used for its muscle relaxant… …   Medical dictionary

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