benzyl benzoate


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benzyl

 [ben´zil]
the hydrocarbon radical, C7H7 or C6H5CH2-, found in benzyl alcohol and various other compounds.
benzyl benzoate one of the active substances in peruvian and tolu balsams, and produced synthetically; applied topically as a scabicide.

ben·zyl ben·zo·ate

an agent that reduces the contractility of smooth muscular tissue, possessing marked antispasmodic properties; used now as a pediculicide and scabicide.

benzyl benzoate

[benzō′āt]
a clear, oily liquid with a pleasant, pervasive aroma. It is used as an agent to destroy lice and scabies, as a solvent, and as a flavor for gum.

benzyl benzoate

An oily liquid used as a lotion for the treatment of SCABIES. The drug is on the WHO official list. A brand name is Ascabiol.

benzyl benzoate

topical agent used to treat scabies infections in adults (but not in children)

benzyl

the hydrocarbon radical, C7H7.

benzyl alcohol
a colorless liquid used as a bacteriostatic in solutions for injection, and also topically as a local anesthetic.
benzyl benzoate
a clear, oily liquid used as a topical scabicide and with dimercaprol as an antidote in metal poisoning. Toxic in cats.
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