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cor·rec·tive

(kō-rek'tiv),
1. Counteracting, modifying, or changing what is injurious.
2. A drug that modifies or corrects an undesirable or injurious effect of another drug.
Synonym(s): corrigent
[L. corrigo (conr-), pp. -rectus, to set right, fr. rego, to keep straight]
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corrigent

An obsolete, nonspecific term for a drug that "corrects" the adverse effects of another drug.
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