ethoheptazine

ethoheptazine

 [eth″o-hep´tah-zēn]
an analgesic, used as the citrate salt to control mild to moderate pain; administered orally.
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Chow later claimed that Lee was allergic to Equagesic, an analgesic containing meprobamate, aspirin and ethoheptazine. Eventually, a verdict of death by misadventure was pronounced, listing the cause of death as oedema, or swelling, of the brain.