ethacrynate

ethacrynate

 [eth-ah-krin´āt]
a salt, ester, or the conjugate base of ethacrynic acid; the sodium salt has the same loop diuretic actions as the acid; administered parenterally.

ethacrynate

/eth·a·cryn·ate/ (eth″ah-krin´āt) a salt, ester, or the conjugate base of ethacrynic acid; the sodium salt has the same actions as the acid.
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Food and Drug Administration for its Abbreviated New Drug Application for ethacrynate sodium for injection USP, equivalent to ethacrynic acid 50 mg.
Par has begun shipping ethacrynate sodium for injection USP, which is packaged in cartons of one 50 mg single-dose vial.
XARANO is an intracameral formulation of ethacrynate sodium under development that is designed to prevent or attenuate the elevated intraocular pressure spike often associated with cataract surgery, particularly in patients with glaucoma.