pral·i·dox·ime chlor·ide(pral'i-dok'sēm klōr'īd, prā-li-),
Used to restore the inactivated cholinesterase activity resulting from organophosphate poisoning; has some limited value as an antagonist of the carbamate type of cholinesterase inhibitors that are used in the treatment of myasthenia gravis.
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pral·i·dox·ime chlor·ide(pral'i-dok'sēm klōr'īd)
A chloride salt of the oxime pralidoxime; the salt is used as an antidote in cases of poisoning by organophosphorous anticholinesterases (including organophosphorous pesticides and nerve agents).
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A cholinesterase reactivator used in treating poisoning due to certain pesticides or drugs with anticholinesterase activity.
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