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The hydrocarbon radical, CH3CH2-.
ethyl/eth·yl/ (eth´il) the monovalent radical, C2H5.
ethyl chloride a local anesthetic sprayed on intact skin to produce anesthesia by superficial freezing caused by its rapid evaporation.
The hydrocarbon radical CH3CH2-.
the monovalent radical, C2H5.
see ethyl alcohol; called also ethanol and grain alcohol.
a local anesthetic applied topically to intact skin. It has a very low boiling point and the skin is temporarily frozen and insensitive to pain.
an antibacterial agent used in shampoos.
Patient discussion about ethyl
Q. Does anyone know an over the counter alternative to Lovaza, omega-3 acid ethyl esters? too expensive at Dr
A. there are all sort of companies that sell Omega-3, i buy from a company named Alsepa, but there are dozens of companies. but don't be tempted to buy a very cheap one, because they can be less purified.More discussions about ethyl