balsalazide

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balsalazide

 [bal-sal´ah-zīd]
a prodrug of the antiinflammatory mesalamine, to which it is converted in the colon; administered orally as the disodium salt in the treatment of ulcerative colitis.

balsalazide

/bal·sal·a·zide/ (bal-sal´ah-zīd) a prodrug of the antiinflammatory mesalamine, to which it is converted in the colon; administered orally as the sodium salt in the treatment of ulcerative colitis.

balsalazide

[bal-sal′ah-zīd]
a prodrug of the antiinflammatory mesalamine, to which it is converted in the colon; administered orally as the disodium salt in the treatment of ulcerative colitis.

balsalazide

Colazal® Internal medicine An agent that delivers concentrated 5-aminosalicylic acid to the colonic mucosa in Pts with ulcerative colitis. See Ulcerative colitis.

balsalazide

A drug used in the treatment of ULCERATIVE COLITIS. A brand name is Colazide.
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