bemegride

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bem·e·gride

(bem'ĕ-grīd),
A CNS stimulant formerly used as an analeptic in intoxications due to barbiturates and other CNS depressant drugs.

bemegride

a respiratory analeptic and non-specific barbiturate antagonist.
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