cyclobenzaprine


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relaxant

 [re-lak´sant]
1. causing relaxation.
2. an agent that causes relaxation.
muscle relaxant an agent that specifically aids in reducing muscle tension.

cyclobenzaprine

/cy·clo·ben·za·prine/ (si″klo-ben´zah-prēn) a skeletal muscle relaxant, used as the hydrochloride salt.

cyclobenzaprine

(sī′klō-bĕn′zə-prēn′, sĭk′lō-)
n.
A drug, C20H21N, that is a skeletal muscle relaxant used in the form of its hydrochloride to relieve muscle spasms.
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Cyclobenzaprine has not been studied in patients with CPP.
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