[ney-li-dik-sik, ney-] /ˈneɪ lɪˈdɪk sɪk, ˌneɪ-/
a substance, C 1 2 H 1 2 N 2 O 3 , that has antibacterial activity against many susceptible Gram-negative organisms, especially used in the treatment of urinary tract infections.
nalidixic acid na·li·dix·ic acid (nā’lĭ-dĭk’sĭk)
A compound used in the treatment of infections of the genital and urinary tracts caused by gram-negative bacteria.
[nal-muh-feen] /ˈnæl məˌfin/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a drug, C 21 H 25 NO 3 , used in the treatment of dependence disorders, as alcoholism and narcotics addiction.
[nal-er-feen, nal-awr-feen] /ˈnæl ərˌfin, nælˈɔr fin/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a white, crystalline, water-soluble powder, C 1 9 H 2 1 NO 3 , used to nullify respiratory depression due to narcotics and for the diagnosis of addiction to narcotics. nalorphine nal·or·phine (nāl’ər-fēn’, nāl-ôr’fēn) n. A drug derived from morphine that acts as an antagonist to […]
[nuh-lok-sohn, nal-uh k-sohn] /nəˈlɒk soʊn, ˈnæl əkˌsoʊn/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a narcotic analgesic antagonist, C 1 9 H 2 1 NO 4 , used in the reversal of acute narcotic analgesic respiratory depression. /nəˈlɒksəʊn/ noun 1. a chemical substance that counteracts the effects of opiates by binding to opiate receptors on cells
- Naloxone hydrochloride
naloxone hydrochloride nal·ox·one hydrochloride (nāl’ək-sōn’, nə-lŏk’sōn) n. A drug used as an antagonist to narcotic drugs such as morphine.