d-mannitol

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d-man·ni·tol

(man'i-tol),
The hexahydric alcohol, widespread in plants, derived by reduction of d-fructose or of d-mannose; used in renal function testing to measure glomerular filtration, and intravenously as an osmotic diuretic.
Synonym(s): manna sugar, mannite

d-man·ni·tol

(man'i-tol)
The hexahydric alcohol, widespread in plants, used in renal function testing and intravenously as an osmotic diuretic.