Pentapiperium methylsulfate

pentapiperium methylsulfate pen·ta·pi·per·i·um meth·yl·sul·fate (pěn’tə-pī-pěr’ē-əm měth’əl-sŭl’fāt’)
An anticholinergic agent used especially in the treatment of peptic ulcer.


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