arbutamine


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arbutamine

 [ahr-bu´tah-mēn″]
a synthetic catecholamine used as a diagnostic aid in cardiac stress testing in patients unable to exercise sufficiently for the test; administered as the hydrochloride salt.

arbutamine

/ar·but·amine/ (ahr-bu´tah-mēn″) a synthetic catecholamine used as a diagnostic aid in cardiac stress testing in patients unable to exercise sufficiently for the test; administered as the hydrochloride salt.

arbutamine

[ahr-bu′tah-mēn′]
a synthetic catecholamine used as a diagnostic aid in cardiac stress testing in patients unable to exercise sufficiently for the test; it is administered as the hydrochloride salt.