dextropropoxyphene

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propoxyphene

 [pro-pok´sĭ-fēn]
an opioid analgesic administered orally as the hydrochloride and napsylate salts; called also dextropropoxyphene.

dextropropoxyphene

A painkilling drug similar to METHADONE. It is also dispensed in combination with paracetamol, as Distalgesic. Overdosage is one of the commonest causes of death by poisoning, as absorption is rapid and breathing is quickly paralysed. It is not much more effective than CODEINE and some poisoning experts think it should be withdrawn. A brand name is Doloxene.
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[18] studied the reactivity of a {N, N'-bis [3 (carbo-2', 3-epoxy propoxy) phenyl] pyromelitimide} diepoxide and of EGMA copolymer with the carboxyl and hydroxyl end groups of PET.
(a) water based -- water with ortho--phenyl phenol or tertiary amylphenol or O benzylp- chlorophenol (b) alcohol based -- Ethyl or iso propyl alocohol with O phenyl phenol or tertiary amylphenol (c) Iodophor -- butoxypoly propoxy poly ethoxy ethanol iodine complex Patient Treatment:
Tenders are invited for Propoxure 20 Percent 2-Iso Propoxy Phenyl Methyl Corbonate Is:9665:-1981 Reaffirmed-2012.
The composition is comprised of approximately 0.0001-5% by weight of the total composition of a hydrophobically modified ethoxylated polyurethane, silicone glycol polymers and n-butoxy propoxy propanol.
Ethoxy and propoxy groups increase the flexibility within the molecule, with a direct and negative impact on surface hardness.
The Wall Street Journal reported one example: AdvancePCS charged a state health plan $18.39 for a generic version of the painkiller Propoxy. It paid the pharmacy $13.32 and kept $5.07--for a 38 percent profit.
PROPORTIONINGCONTROL, markUrban PROPOXY, Nelsonite Pool & Deck PROTEC, McGrayel Co., Inc.
[4-(3-bromo propoxy)-3-methoxy-phenyl]-methanol (1) and 4-(3-bromo propoxy)-3-methoxybenzaldehyde (2)
7,445,644 B2 P&G has been awarded a patent for a composition that is comprised of a catechol having one or more sulfonate groups and a water-soluble, soil-suspending polymer selected from saccharide derivatives comprising at least three hydroxy moieties, at least one of the hydroxyl moieties comprising an alkoxy moiety selected from the group consisting of ethoxy, propoxy and butoxy and mixtures thereof, and wherein at least one of the alkoxy moieties has an anionic capping unit, and mixtures thereof, e
Mass fragmentation pattern showed a peak at m/z 221 due to the loss of propoxy group (C3H7O) from the molecular ion indicating the presence of propyl ester of substituted benzoic acid.
In this work, polyphosphazenes were synthesized with side groups such as propoxy, pentoxy, hexoxy, octoxy, isostearyloxy, and 2-(2-methoxyethoxy)ethoxy (MEE).