acetomenaphthane ac·e·to·me·naph·thane (ās’ĭ-tō-mə-nāf’thān’, ə-sē’tō-)
A vitamin K analogue used to treat and prevent hypoprothrombinemia caused by vitamin K deficiency. Also called menadiol diacetate.


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