Glyburide



[glahy-byoo r-ahyd] /glaɪˈbyʊər aɪd/

noun, Pharmacology.
1.
a hypoglycemic substance, C 23 H 28 ClN 3 O 5 S, used orally in the treatment of diabetes mellitus.

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