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cachet

 [kah-sha´] (Fr.)
a disk-shaped wafer or capsule enclosing a dose of medicine.

ca·chet

(kă-shā'),
A seal-shaped capsule or wafer made of flour for enclosing powders of disagreeable taste. The sealed dosage form is wetted and swallowed.
[Fr. a seal]

cachet

/ca·chet/ (kă-sha´) a disk-shaped wafer or capsule enclosing a dose of medicine.

cachet

(kă-shā′)
n.
A kind of wafer capsule formerly used by pharmacists for presenting an unpleasant-tasting drug.

cachet

[käshā′]
Etymology: Fr, tablet
any lenticular edible capsule that encloses a dose of medicine.

CACHET

Abbreviation for:
Comparison of Abciximab Complications with Hirulog (and back-up abciximab) Events Trial

ca·chet

(kă-shā')
A seal-shaped capsule or wafer made of flour for enclosing powders of disagreeable taste. The sealed dosage form is wetted and swallowed.
[Fr. a seal]

cachet

[Fr.] a dish-shaped wafer or capsule enclosing a dose of medicine.
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