acetohydroxamic acid ac·e·to·hy·drox·a·mic acid (ās’ĭ-tō-hī’drŏk-sām’ĭk, ə-sē’to-)
An inhibitor of urease, used to treat a chronic urinary infection.
a yellowish, pleasant-smelling liquid, C 4 H 8 O 2 , obtained from various carbohydrates, as glucose, by fermentation: used chiefly in the manufacture of flavors and essences.
acetomenaphthane acetomenaphthane ac·e·to·me·naph·thane (ās’ĭ-tō-mə-nāf’thān’, ə-sē’tō-) n. A vitamin K analogue used to treat and prevent hypoprothrombinemia caused by vitamin K deficiency. Also called menadiol diacetate.
an instrument for measuring the amount of acetic acid present in a solution. noun a device for measuring the concentration of acetic acid in a solution, esp in vinegar
noun another name for ketosis